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46 Bedlam and beggars 114 A performance at the court before the King 125 King Lear as tragedy 183 Shakespeare's themes and techniques Soliloquies and asides 36 Dramatic irony 44 Thinking about appearance and reality 63 A word about ...
It is full of workshops and young apprentices and you notice an overly high number of beggars. It is also the location for five of London's prisons, including that most notorious prison: the Clink. Panorama ofLondon by Claes Van ...
In the meantime Edgar is forced to discard his expensive clothes and take on the persona of a mad beggar to protect his identity. Act 3 While Lear commands the storm to rage, the Fool and Kent plead with him to take shelter.
9 Who becomes a mad beggar to conceal his identity? Why does he have to do this? Why is Kent placed in the stocks overnight? What issue do Lear and his daughters argue over? How does Lear respond to the storm?
Hence, 'Tom o' Bedlam' is a generic name for a beggar or madman. Fa, sol, la, me: Musical notes; the modern version of the standard scale of notes is do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do (as sung most famously by Maria in The Sound ofMusic).
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