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Essay heading: Macbeth, King Lear and Much Ado About No
 
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Issue: Shakespeare
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Date added: June 30, 2009
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Lear doesn't do what Shakespeare expects: he no longer loves Cordelia after she confesses she loves him only to the extent a daughter should. All of his love is for Regan and Goneril because both of them tell their father what he wants to hear: that they love him more than anyone in the world. Family members should not act greedily and unlovingly, and parents should never favor or trust one child more than another...
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All of his love is for Regan and Goneril because both of them tell their father what he wants to hear: that they love him more than anyone in the world. Family members should not act greedily and unlovingly, and parents should never favor or trust one child more than another. Lear chooses Regan and Goneril and exiles Cordelia...
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