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King Lear




King Lear: Act 2 Scene 4

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Lines 1-58: Kent is still in the stocks. Lear and one of his knights and the
fool approach. Lear is outraged by Kent being in the stocks. He refuses to
believe that Cornwall and Regan put…

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King Lear




Lines 152-154: Lear is being sarcastic by mocking Regan's suggestion that
he should apologise to Goneril, he makes it sound like a stupid suggestion.
Line 156: "return..." imperative verbs suggest Regan is being very
controlling of Lear, she is overpowering him.
Lear uses a lot of predatory animals…

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