Clothes and Shakespeare; The Conspiracy
Shakespeare; The Conspiracy.
Nakedness and dress in Shakespeare's King Lear, represented the status of a
character. Many scenes use clothing to show one characters dominance over another.
The more opulent the clothing, the higher the status, or the lack of clothing, the lower the
status. A few characters go through many wardrobes. Lear and Edgar, both start the
beginning of the play wearing expensive, luxurious clothing, but each at different times
wear less glorious clothing or even no clothing at all.
Lear who is the most powerful and authoritive character in the beginning of the
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