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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Superprodukcja by William Shakespeare. Superprodukcja , please sign up. Answered Questions 6. Did anyone else like Edmund? Munqith Gharib I like all Shakespeare's bad-boys. Why does this masterpiece--yes, a true masterpiece--continue to collect dust on library shelves? I'm almost finished not reading but studying its verbal tapestry, so intricately woven with the emotions of its characters.

The play holds together, where no thread can be pulled from it. King Lear is Shakespeare's best play. Perhaps this work is neglected, because it requires thinking on the reader's part. Sad--so sad Natalie Chickey I think it is Shakespeare's finest work, but, as a high school British literature teacher, I choose to teach Hamlet or Macbeth, as I believe they are …more I think it is Shakespeare's finest work, but, as a high school British literature teacher, I choose to teach Hamlet or Macbeth, as I believe they are more approachable for that age group.

If I can excite my students to the great works of Shakespeare and I am sure that I do! Can anyone offer some insight as to how easily Edmund tricked Edgar into fleeing Glaucester's castle? It doesn't seem realistic. Steve Edgar slips into madness quickly because he's faking it. Right after he leaves, he almost gets caught, and decides to act like he's insane Tom of Bed …more Edgar slips into madness quickly because he's faking it.

Right after he leaves, he almost gets caught, and decides to act like he's insane Tom of Bedlam, if I recall. My opinion: 1 Edmund is so easily successful because he is so evil-minded and determined like Iago in Othello for a similar sociopathic character. Dad falls for it because of the shallowness of his understanding of love and loyalty parallel to Lear's weaknesses -- a central theme of the play. Why does the Fool suddenly disappear from the play?

Did I miss something? Does anyone mention where he goes or why? Hannah Grimshaw The Fool is a symbol of both humour and reality in the play. The irony is he is he is of course employed to be a fool yet he seems to be the only pers …more The Fool is a symbol of both humour and reality in the play. The irony is he is he is of course employed to be a fool yet he seems to be the only person fully aware of what is happening around him and is not going mad.

Furthermore, the fool is supposed to provide entertainment for the audience as his riddles can be funny. As the plot darkens there is no place in the play anymore for a character which brings light the way in which the fool does. Price of the book? Load 1 more question. Unanswered Questions 3. I am confused. Goodreads lists this book as merely an alternate edition of Lear, which it obviously is not, as it has a separate ISBN it is even available on Amazon.

Can Goodreads amend this edition to be a totally separate entry, not just a different edition? A play about the love between two daughters and their father and their fight for property. Isn't it interesting?

King Lear is considered Shakespeare's greatest play. It's worthy of study. I've read it before twice; but as a writer I must revisit its excellence, absorb its brilliance again. It's pieced together beautifully through actions and characters. Does anyone out there feel my passion for this masterpiece? Ask and answer questions about books! Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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