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Passage of the storm in King Lear Act III
The techniques employed by William Shakespeare enhance a feeling of not only acrimonious irresolution but also of dithering misery. In shunning Cordelia, Lear generates a disruption in the great chain of being, causing both imbalance in his own mind and subsequent anguish upon himself. Feelings of both frustration with Lear and a sympathy for him inevitably come over the reader as they try to understand what Lear is suffering. Lear finds himself in a place of indecisiveness as he tries to decide the action to take in his tormenting situation. Vacillating between wanting to punish his…
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