Describing major similarities and differences in a sequence of recurring events in King Lear and discussing the significance of such events.
In the play King Lear, the recurring theme of betrayal is a central part of the work, used to connect characters and events. The theme of betrayal proves to be very significant in the sense that it ultimately conveys a lesson that those who stay true to their loved ones will live happily and those who betray will suffer a fate of demise. Shakespeare also uses this lesson in the play as a reflection of the morals of the time period, and the morals of humanity in general.
Early in the play, Gloucester is tricked into believing that his legitimate son, Edgar, is slowly plotting to take over h…
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