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Shakespeare's King Lear / An Analysis of all the things King Lear Learns
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In 5 pages, the author analyses all the thinks that King Lear learns in William Shakespeare's King Lear. "'The Tragedy of King Lear' is, as its title claims, a tragedy that was written by William Shakespeare. Both the primary plot and the sub-plot in the play contain tragic elements and great suffering. It is the story of fate stepping in and deciding Lear's actions for him. Lear's fate was not a good one. Unlike some of Shakespeare's protagonists, Lear thought himself great. He was wrong. He had an eye-opening experience, but by then, it was too late. During his journey though life, King Lear learned a great many things. In order to fully understand the play, these things must be analyzed." Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Comparison of Dante from 'Inferno' and King Lear from Shakespeare's 'King Lear'
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In 5 pages the author discusses the similarities and differences between Dante and King Lear. ''King Lear' is a tragedy that was written by William Shakespeare. 'Inferno' is part one of a three-part story, which was written by Dante Alighieri. Although both stories are tragedies and contain great suffering, Dante is without a doubt the stronger of the two characters. The men share a commonality of fate stepping in and deciding their actions for them. Dante's fate, however was a much better one than Lear's was. Dante thought himself unworthy and Lear thought himself great. They were both wrong. Both men had eye-opening experiences. In Lear's case, it was too late.'
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A Critical Analysis of William Shakespeare's "King Lear"
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A 7 page paper which specifically examines how Lear is to blame for the tragedies which befall him; how Lear's suffering forces him to change and show pity; the point at which Lear discovers who really loves him; how the Gloucester/Edmund/Edgar subplot parallels the primary plot of Lear and his daughters; what Lear learns with Cordelia's death; and how authority transfers from Lear to Edgar, and how Edgar learns what Lear learned, which is why he becomes the legitimate ruler of the kingdom at the play's conclusion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and Groucho Marx’ “Duck Soup”
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This 5 page report makes a comparison between Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and Grouch Marx’s “Rufus T. Firefly” from the 1933 movie “Duck Soup.” Both rely on the audience’s expectations as part of the larger story. In “King Lear” those expectations are justifiably founded. In “Duck Soup,” expectations are turned upside down and made ridiculous. “King Lear” serves as one of Shakespeare’s darkest tragedies in terms of the madness, intrigue, and political warfare that takes place in the context of the rule of just one man. The madness, intrigue, and warfare of “Duck Soup” demonstrate the ludicrous nature of vanity and its results. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Richard VIII And King Lear
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A 5 page evaluation of the roles these two kings played within the confines of their individual plays. 'King Lear' by Shakespeare, and 'A Man or All Seasons' by Robert Bolt are the plays under examination. The evaluation of the two kings is in context of their effectiveness in relationship to those around them. Being that they are both kings of great influence they are incredibly effective in most regards. This, of course, is not to say that their effectiveness could be deemed as positive in most cases, but that their personalities and their positions predestined them to effectiveness. No additional sources cited.
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