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Essay heading: King Lear: A Lesson in Loyalty
 
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Issue: Shakespeare
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Date added: June 30, 2009
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Even though Cordelia knows Lear does not hear her good wishes for Lear, she nonetheless expresses them. This fact is proof that she displays this pure form of discrete loyalty. Edgar is the next character who displays loyalty to his father even after he has been outlawed and was forced to hide and disguise himself...
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Gloucester favors Edgar's evil half-brother Edmund, who deceives him into believing that it is Edgar who is disloyal. However, after Gloucester's eyes are plucked out he realizes his mistake when he is told that it is Edmund who has betrayed him. When the blind Gloucester is led to the disguised Edgar, his son agrees to lead him to the cliffs of Dover...
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