King Lear

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Erin Bianca MacKinno
Date: June 30, 2009
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Driven by his own blindness/lack of sight, Lear begins to make many mistakes, which later in the play, the audience sees him get his justice. He not only loses his daughter; in his darkened state, but probably the most loyal friend he had, Kent. His next words, to Kent, make the point clear...
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Driven by his own blindness/lack of sight, Lear begins to make many mistakes, which later in the play, the audience sees him get his justice. He not only loses his daughter; in his darkened state, but probably the most loyal friend he had, Kent. His next words, to Kent, make the point clear...
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