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Gloucester upoznaje svog nezakonitog sina, Edmunda. Lear pobijesni i odrekne se Cordelie. Udaje se za njega. Lear se bori sa Regan i Cornwall, koje su jasno stale na stranu Goneril.

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Shelves: shakespeare , book-to-film Thou shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise. There is a hope, of course, for many of us to become wiser as we become older. In most cases, this does work, but sometimes we exchange naivete for senility, with too few years of graceful wisdom in between.

King Lear with his daughters. The cast of the movie. King Lear makes the decision to split his kingdom between his three daughters. A magnanimous decision if viewed one way, but a very foolish decision if one considers the normal course of human behavior when a vacuum of power occurs.

Fool: All the other titles thou hast given away; that thou wast born with. There is a part of me that feels that Lear may have felt the gears of his mind begin to slip in the worn out grooves of their passage. He may have believed he was doing his kingdom a favor by stepping down in favor of the youth of his loins. Of course, there is a rub from the very opening of the play.

Cordelia, his youngest daughter and most precious, does not give him the reassuring answers he wishes to hear. In a fit of madness, he banishes her. The two older daughters, Goneril and Regan, are more astute in their proclamations of love and devotion, telling their father what they know he wants to hear.

It is obvious that they, too, have suffered under the increasingly more unpredictable madness of King Lear. The theme of the play revolves around madness and blindness. The kissing cousins of afflictions. He is not alone. The Earl of Gloucester proves equally blind in the assessment of his two sons, Edgar and Edmund. Edgar is the dutiful son.

Edmund, the bastard, is suffering from numerous resentments which are, unfortunately, being fed by his naked ambition. A credulous father, and a brother noble, Whose nature is so far from doing harms That he suspects none; on whose foolish honesty My practices ride easy! I see the business. It is their fault for being so gullible. He proclaimed his pleasure in his making to anyone who cared to listen. For me, what makes this play so brilliant is the shifting sympathies I feel as the plot progresses.

What I once believed is revealed to be untrue. Characters prove unreliable even to the point that several are going around disguising their identities. Those most true are those most reviled. Who is responsible for all of this? Well, we could say Lear, but really it is his wisdom eroded by madness that causes such dreadful devastation to the kingdom. The oldest hath borne most: we that are young Shall never see so much nor live so long.

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Na kraju, spletke Edmunda budu raskrinkane, ali ne stignu spasiti Cordeliju od smrti. Kralj Lear umre nad mrtvim tijelom Cordelije. Grof Kent i grof Gloster razgovaraju s Edmundom, Glosterovim kopilanom. Ne treba nagliti s odlukom. Kralj u nekoliko navrata upozori Kenta neka ga ne nagovara da pusti svoj bijes.

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Shelves: shakespeare , book-to-film Thou shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise. There is a hope, of course, for many of us to become wiser as we become older. In most cases, this does work, but sometimes we exchange naivete for senility, with too few years of graceful wisdom in between. King Lear with his daughters. The cast of the movie. King Lear makes the decision to split his kingdom between his three daughters. A magnanimous decision if viewed one way, but a very foolish decision if one considers the normal course of human behavior when a vacuum of power occurs.

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