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Introduction part one lX
The structure of the play
The language of the play
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A. C. Bradley action Alack Albany Albany's appear astrology audience Bedlam beggar beginning blind bring Burgundy calls chud Cornwall daughters death disguise dost Dover duke Duke of Albany Duke of Cornwall Earl of Gloucester Edgar Edmund Edmund Act Enter evil Exeunt Exit eyes father favour fear feel follow fool fortune gentleman give Gloucester plot gods Goneril hath heart heaven honour human i.ii justice Kent Kent's kill King Lear King of France kingdom knave L. C. Knights Lear and Cordelia Lear plot Lear's letter look lord madam madness matter means mind nature night nuncle Oswald perhaps pity play poor reference Regan scene seems sense servant Shakespeare shows sister sorrow speak speech stage storm style suffering tell theatre thee things thou thought tragedy traitor trumpet turn unkind v.iii villain word