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King Lear and Cordelia
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A 5 page essay exploring the irony of Cordelia's continued love and loyalty for and to her father, King Lear, despite his mistreatment of her. The irony is seen in the fact that when Lear finally realizes and can admit his mistake to Cordelia, it is too late. His curse of her has been acted upon. This writer supports the opinion that the Fool is actually Cordelia in disguise and cites text that suggest this is, in fact, true. No additional sources cited.
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The Problems of Old Age in King Lear
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A five page paper which considers the ways in which the attributes and problems of old age in modern society are dealt with in Shakespeare’s King Lear, both in terms of the character of Lear himself and his interaction with his family. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Shakespeare's King Lear and the Apocalypse
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This 7 page paper considers the views of society regarding the apocalypse and how we can see these perceptions which originate from the bible brought to life in the literary works of the time. The example chosen is King Lear, a pagan king who has many flaws. The bibliography sites 5 sources.
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King Lear & His Multi-faceted Personality
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A 7 page paper examining King Lear in terms of the statement 'The power of Shakespeare's plays is that they present man simultaneously in all his aspects.' It argues that in Lear Shakespeare created a character who encompasses good and evil, power and weakness, greed and generosity -- in short, all human attributes -- within one personality, and does so convincingly. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Hamlet, King Lear and Oedipus Rex/A Comparison
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A 5 page comparison of "Hamlet," "King Lear," and "Oedipus Rex." The writer argues that while the three plays are, of course, totally different as to plot and characterization, they also have points of similarity. While such things as deception, murder and revenge create the prime motivating factors for tragedy, when these factors combine with the intense feelings that occur within familial relationships, they serve to intensify the tragic aspects of a narrative line. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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