Need online help King Lear: Discuss the claim that King Lear is too

 

  1. Discuss the claim that King Lear is too full of improbabilities to be believable.
  2. Examine Act 1 Scene 2 from Gloucester: ‘These late eclipses ..’ to Edmund: ‘Fa, sol, la, mi.’ What impressions of Gloucester’s and Edmund’s state of mind and character are created here, and by what means? Comment in detail on the language and movement of these two speeches.
  3. ‘At the beginning of the play, Lear is a King, a father, a master and a man. As the action develops, the first three roles are stripped from him and he is forced to consider what the last of them means.’ Show how Lear is stripped of his roles and evaluate the truth and significance of the claim that Lear is forced to consider what it means to be a man
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