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Blindness in King Lear

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On August 12, 2019
King Lear is regarded as one among the greatest tragedies of Shakespeare believed to have written between 1603 and 1606. Shakespeare adopted the story of the play from Holinshed’s chronicle that deals with the story of King Lear and his daughters. He has also adopted another story, Gloucester and his sons, from another source which […]

Tragedy of King Lear

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On June 30, 2019
1) Edgar is forced to run for his life after he is betrayed by Edmund, his half-brother. Edgar meets up with his father in Act 4, sc Gloucester has been blinded by Cornwall. “Bless thy sweet eyes,” Edgar says, “they bleed”. Gloucester doesn’t know that his son is right in front of him. He asks […]
Introduction The role of women in “King Lear” Introduction King Lear is deservingly considered to be the one of the greatest works by William Shakespeare. A representation of the attractive and strong personalities of the main heroes is so bright that no reader stays indifferent after reading the play. The play makes us think about […]
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