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Also well known to this audience was the intriguing fact that Cornwall and Albany, who in the play are the husbands of Regan and Gonerill respectively, were the real-life titles ...
... a lower rank Thou: You Thy: Your Treason: Betrayal or extreme disloyalty (particularly to the sovereign or the state) Wherefore: Why Wit: Intelligence, wisdom or reasoning The characters THE DUKE OF ALBANY Husband of EDGAR/ EDMUND.
characters. THE DUKE OF ALBANY Husband of EDGAR/ EDMUND TOM O' BEDLAM Son of Illegitimate son of Servant of OSWALD THE EARL OF GLOUCESTER GONERILL Adviser to Daughter of Daughter REGAN of ...
In the meantime, Albany begins to have doubts about his wife's actions and his attitude leads the two of them to argue. Regan, who is now a widow, and Gonerill, who is still married, begin to compete for Edmund's affection.
By the end of this scene they are already plotting ways to further limit their father's power. • A pun is a play on words. It may. Characters Lear Kent Cordelia Gonerill Regan Gloucester France Burgundy Albany, Cornwall (a half line ...
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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 ... Přečíst celou recenzi