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McEvoy
the tragedy is that through violent desctruction can the nature of that unjust society be re
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C.Beauclerk
Edmund is is essentially an actor, who uses the language of an old for his political ambitions
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C. Hanley
there is no reality but power and power is a result of ruthlessness , ferocity and cuning
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A.C.Bradley
the business of the gods was not to torment him, but lead him to attain the very end and aim of life
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C.Hanley
Lear`s madness is a device for stripping away the narcissistic illusory of royalty
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G.W.Knight
the tragedy is most poignant in that it is purposless and unreasonable
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