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Act 2 scene 4


Kent is still in the stocks and when Lear arrives he is outraged to find this and
refuses to believe that Cornwall and Regan put him there. Kent tells Lear of why
he is in the stocks.

The fool tells Lear that…

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Opposition of Tannen's gender theory as Regan and Goneril don't put
emotion ahead of fact and also use imperatives which is usually a
characteristic of male talk. They also use talk to show dominance instead of
seeking support which is also more of a male characteristic of…


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