What does "To liberty and not to banishment " means?  It is with referrence to Celia

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nirmita | Student, Grade 10 | (Level 1) Honors

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May be Celia says these lines because of the temperamental attitude of her father. And also because of the attitude that he carrys for Orlando after knowing that he was Sir Rowland, as he had extream enemity for him.

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