Understanding Shakespeare: King Lear


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Shakespeare's great tragedy explained in plain and simple prose! In the first scene of "King Lear," the King warns the Earl of Kent to “come not between the dragon and his wrath.” King Lear is referring to himself as the dragon, and his wrath is both extensive and dangerous. Although it would be a gross oversimplification to state that the play of "Lear" is about wrath, that powerful emotion is the catalyst that sets all of the events in motion.

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Robert A. Albano

Understanding Shakespeare series (16 volumes)

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