http://www.chicagoshakes.com/res/TeacherHandbooks/TH_AYLI_10-11.pdf Relationship chart for As You Like It from the Chicago Shakespeare Theater's Teachers' Handbook for that play. It looks like the key is incorrect, so the boots mean "in the service of" and the heart means romantic interest.
Four Ages of Man. oil on panel, late 16C. sold by Christie's, 11th July 1986, lot 55. The Ages are given as 21,40, 63, 100 -- but in fact begin with a cradle and end with a coffin. This is unusual in being a 4 Age Staircase of the Ages. The verses are first found in Tusser (1577), but copied by Trevilian in 1608 and 1616, and are found on Jenner's 1630s staircase print. For the 4 symbolic animals see Verse transcribed in COMMENT (below)
Happy Birthday, Milton Glaser: The Greatest Graphic Designer Alive on Art, Purpose, and the Capacity for Astonishment by Maria Popova “That’s the great benefit of being in the arts, where the possibility for learning never disappears.
“Many a true word hath been spoken in jest.” “How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!” Considered one of the greatest tragedies of all time, this play does not end well for many people.