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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nosajeel - LibraryThing
I won't review the play itself, except to say that for some reason I found the scenes of Gloucester and his sons, especially his attempted suicide, much more moving than anything with King Lear and ... Read full review
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I decided to overcome longstanding feelings of inadequacy which had until now kept me away from Shakespeare's plays, which I had never studied in school and which seemed indecipherable to me. There is ... Read full review