King Lear Act 4


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  • Created on: 01-02-15 16:58
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  • Act 4
    • Scene 1
      • "As flies to wanton boys are we to th'gods"
      • "I stumbled when I saw"
      • "'Tis the time's plague when madmen lead the blind."
    • Scene 2
      • "You are not worth the dust which the rude wind blows in your face."- Albany
      • "Like monsters of the deep."- Albany
      • "Yours in the ranks of death"- Edmund
    • Scene 3
      • "The holy water from her heavenly eyes"- Cordelia
      • "burning shame"- about Lear
      • "It is the stars"-Kent
    • Scene 4
      • "As mad as the vexed sea"- about Lear
      • "But love, dear love and our aged father's right"- why Cordelia is going to war
      • "virtues of the earth spring with my tears"-Cordelia
    • Scene 5
      • "Your sister is the better soldier" about Albany
      • "In pity of his misery, to dispatch his nighted life"- Edmund gone to kill Gloucester
      • "Why should she write to Edmund?"- Regan about Goneril, letters hide secrets
    • Scene 6
      • "Robes and furred gowns hide all"
      • "A man may see how this world goes with no eyes"- Lear
      • "The natural fool of fortune"-Lear
    • Scene 7
      • "this child-changed father!"- Cordelia
      • "You have some cause"- Lear saying Cordelia should hate him
      • "heaviness of sleep"- first sleep for Lear all play

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