Essay heading: Motiff of King Lear
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June 30, 2009
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Edgar actually saves his father's life in this act, still pretending to be mad the entire time. Gloucester cries out in one instance, "'T is the times' plague when madmen lead the blind." Edgar is extremely benevolent and encourages the unfairly persecuted Gloucester to continue his life; he gives him value...
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At the conclusion of the act, Gloucester, feeling he is in the most pathetic state of his life, states "Better I were distract: So should my thoughts be sever'd from my griefs." He notes that the king is mad, and feels he would be better off if he were insane as well, if it would allow him not to have any knowledge of the pains inflicted on him...
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