Motiff of King Lear

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Edgar redeems his integrity and his father's, by slaying Edmund and bringing the truth in front of all. He reveals himself to be of sound mind, and describes to all his heroic deeds as a "mad beggar." King Lear's storm of emotions comes to a sorrowful end as he passes away on the deathbed of his own beloved daughter...
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Edgar redeems his integrity and his father's, by slaying Edmund and bringing the truth in front of all. He reveals himself to be of sound mind, and describes to all his heroic deeds as a "mad beggar." King Lear's storm of emotions comes to a sorrowful end as he passes away on the deathbed of his own beloved daughter...
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