Penguin, 1 janv. 1972 - 344 pages
One of the later plays, King Lear is such a powerful depicition of suffering and redemption it is now thought by many to be Shakespeare's greatest creation. When King Lear abdicates his throne and divides his kingdom between his three daughters, he offends both the law of family and law of kingship. Spiritually blind and on the brink of madness he begins to recognize the faults that lie within his soul and as the drama reaches its cathartic conclusion, to make amends for them. The New Penguin Shakespeare offers a complete edition of the plays and poems. Each volume has been newly prepared from the original texts and includes an introduction, a list of further reading, a full and helpful commentary, and a short account of the textual problems of the play. 'This heart Shall break into a thousand flaws Or ere I'll weep'.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE TEXT
WORDS FOR MUSIC IN KING LEAR
action Albany answer appears arms base bear begin cause character clear comes Cordelia CORNWALL corrected daughters death draw Duke duty Edgar Edmund effect Elizabethan Enter Exeunt Exit eyes falls father fear feel fiend Folio follow Fool fortune France give given GLOUCESTER Gloucester's gods Gonerill grace hand hath head hear heart hold honour i'the idea keep KENT kind King Lear Lear's less letter live look lord madam master means mind moral nature never night omitted Oswald perhaps person play poor possession present presumably probably reading reason refer Regan scene seems sense servant Shakespeare sister sound speak speech stage direction stand suggests tell thee things thou thought true turn wind
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