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King Lear: Act 2 Scene 2 revision notes


Kent attacks Oswald and Gloucester tries to break them up. Cornwall tries to find
out why they were fighting and is offended by Kent and therefore wants him to be
punished and orders that he is put in the stocks and…

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Line 169: metaphor for the idea that Kent's luck will change. He also
personifies fortune as he feels his fortunes will change.


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