"King Lea"r - Theme of Blindness.
In Shakespearean terms, blind means a whole different thing.
Blindness can normally be defined as the inability of the eye to see,
but according to Shakespeare, blindness is not a physical quality,
but a mental flaw some people possess. Shakespeare's most dominant
theme in his play "King Lear" is that of blindness. King Lear,
Gloucester, and Albany are three prime examples Shakespeare
incorporates this theme into. Each of these character's blindness was
the primary cause of the bad decisions they made; decisions which all
of them would eventually come to regret.
The blindest bat of al…
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