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Essay heading: The Nature of Loyalty
 
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Issue: Shakespeare
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Date added: June 30, 2009
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He is brutally honest when he says "Be Kent unmannerly When Lear is mad. What wouldst thou do, old man? Thinkest thou that duty shall have dread to speak When power to flattery bows?" (Shakespeare 17). This statement show the reader two things about the nature of loyalty. The first is that a truly loyal person is not afraid to use brutal honesty, if that's what's needed to get the point across...
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This statement show the reader two things about the nature of loyalty. The first is that a truly loyal person is not afraid to use brutal honesty, if that's what's needed to get the point across. This is seen later on with the Fool, another character who is loyal to Lear, and who is certainly not afraid to be honest with him...
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