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By casting aside his most faithful daughter, it is suggestive that his two other daughters will treat him neglectfully. This reinforces the tragic genre, as the inevitable ill-treatment of Lear will be the beginning of his downfall. This reinforces Learís metaphorical blindness; a theme that runs throughout the play and is the flaw that instigates tragedy...
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This reinforces the tragic genre, as the inevitable ill-treatment of Lear will be the beginning of his downfall. This reinforces Learís metaphorical blindness; a theme that runs throughout the play and is the flaw that instigates tragedy. Shakespeare builds tension as it seems as if Goneril and Regan will discard their father now that they have inherited a considerable portion of land...
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  A Critical Analysis Of King Lear's Daughters'attraction To Edmund     tragedy of king lear   To what extent do you agree with the idea that King Lear deserves his fate?   role of the foll in shakespeare's "king lear"   The Important Contextual Influences On Shakespeare'S &Quot;King Lear&Quot;   Fathers and Daughters in Shakespeare   A Tragedy is a Play which Explores Human Weakness and Suffering, Leading to a Disastrous End. What are the Causes of the Tragedy in Romeo and Juliet and how does Shakespeare Dramatise them?   King Lear - Disruption Of Order In King Lear And The Causes   King Lear - Clear Vision In King Lear   King Lear Essay Lear's descent into madness and his subsequent recognition of his faults   King Lear - Act 1 - What changes occur as a result of Lear's actions to his court and family?   King Lear: Lear The Tragic Hero   King Lear - Parrellelism In King Lear  
 
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