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King Lear & His Multi-faceted Personality
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A 7 page paper examining King Lear in terms of the statement 'The power of Shakespeare's plays is that they present man simultaneously in all his aspects.' It argues that in Lear Shakespeare created a character who encompasses good and evil, power and weakness, greed and generosity -- in short, all human attributes -- within one personality, and does so convincingly. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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King Lear & The Question Of Man
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This 4 page paper examines the William Shakespeare play, King Lear in terms of how it inherently attempts to answer the question, "What is man?"
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King Lear / Always A Positive Outcome
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A 5 page paper discussing the view that no matter how much adversity Lear faced, there was always a way for him to rectify things, that he was always in control and each decision would ultimately reap a positive end. Argument uses only Shakespeare's play. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear / Analysis Of Double Plot
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A 5 page paper analyzing the twin plots of Shakespeare's play -- that of the dispossession of Lear by his two evil daughters, and the usurpation of Gloucester's lands and power by his illegitimate son. The paper shows that the moral of both stories is the same: that we do not always judge our children according to their merits, but rather by the show they put on -- and when we misjudge those closest to us in this way, disaster cannot help but result. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear / Appearance Vs. Reality
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A strong, 6 pages analysis of how King Lear is a study in duality. The theme of appearance versus reality is a reoccurring one throughout the play and as the writer demonstrates, nothing is as it seems. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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King Lear / Goneril's Soliloquy
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A 4 page paper in which King Lear's eldest daughter, Goneril, explains her wicked behavior toward her father; her husband, Edmund; and her sisters, Regan and Cordelia from her own, positive rationale. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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King Lear / Was He Truly Mad ?
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A 7 page paper discussing whether the protagonist of Shakespeare's play was really mad. The paper concludes that at the beginning of the play he was only mildly senile, but was gradually driven mad over the course of five acts from shock, humiliation, and grief. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear and Cordelia
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A 5 page essay exploring the irony of Cordelia's continued love and loyalty for and to her father, King Lear, despite his mistreatment of her. The irony is seen in the fact that when Lear finally realizes and can admit his mistake to Cordelia, it is too late. His curse of her has been acted upon. This writer supports the opinion that the Fool is actually Cordelia in disguise and cites text that suggest this is, in fact, true. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear and His Daughters
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This 6 page paper talks about the relationship that the king, of Shakespeare's King Lear, has with his daughters. The plot, as it concerns the relationships, is discussed. Goneril, Regan and Cordelia are each evaluated in terms of their personalities and how they relate to their father. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear as a Tragedy
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A 4 page paper which examines Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and illustrates how King Lear is a tragedy in many different ways. Bibliography lists 1 additional source.
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King Lear's Britain / A World Ruled by Evil ?
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A 10 page paper analyzing the twin plots and three character groupings in Shakespeare's play. The paper shows that each of Lear's characters has some goodness (or at least a readily-understood motivation for his misdeeds), and that it takes mitigating circumstances to bring out his or her wicked behavior. Thus, King Lear's Britain is not truly a world ruled by evil; it was Lear's sin in the beginning that sparks the later evil in the play. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources.
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King Lear/ Act II, Scene 4
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A 5 page essay that analyzes Act II, scene iv, lines 266-288, in which King Lear addresses his daughters in a speech where the reader/audience not only discern Lear's frustration and anger at not having his will obeyed, but also hear his mounting desperation and fear. While, on the surface, the dispute covered in this passage appears to be simply how many servants Lear can keep with him while residing with one of his daughters, a closer examination of this passage places it thematically with the various ways in which Shakespeare dramatizes the foibles in Lear's thinking. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear/A Journey
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A 5 page essay that examines Shakespeare's King Lear as a journey. The writer argues that the aging monarch goes on a journey of self-discovery that is both literal and metaphorical, in that Lear actually does "journey" in the narrative, as well as explore the depths of his own psyche and soul. Throughout this sojourn, different emotions serve to shape Lear's consciousness, affecting what he learns and the enlightenment that comes, which is his ultimate destination. No additional sources cited.
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King Lear: A Feminist Reading
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A 5 page paper which examines whether Shakespeare’s “King Lear” can offer the feminist reader anything more than restricted pleasure in reading or viewing. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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