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  • Sequences of King Lear Which Display Varying Perceptions of Different Characters

     

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Published: 01.11.1996.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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In Shakespeare's King Lear, there are several sequences which display the varying perceptions of different characters. The perceptions of the characters often differs because of what they are able to see and also in their nature. Such factors obstruct their vision, not allowing them to see clearly. One sequence which may illustrate this is the banishing of Cordelia after she refuses Lear's test of love. Another sequence is the gouging of Gloucester's eyes by Cornwall. A third sequence which shows the indifference of opinion within the characters is Lear's death at the end of the play.…

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