King Lear, Wisdom, Morality, Success
Wisdom is the accumulated knowledge and the trait of utilizing that knowledge and experience with common sense and insight. Morals are standards of what are right and wrong assessed by an individual and how one might abide by them. Many characters in the play King Lear written by William Shakespeare possess these characteristics. Some characters abuse their qualities, while others stay true to themselves. Wisdom may provide opportunity, but morality is needed to achieve true success.
A great virtue for one to hold is wisdom. …
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