The Concept of Sin (King Lear)
"I am a man
More sinn'd against than sinning." (Lear: III.ii.ll.54-5)
Sin and the evil it unleashes is one of the concerns of tragedy, since one character flaw or fault can set the protagonist/principle character in a play on a headlong course to disaster. His/her behaviour will also impact on others and may spawn/propagate/bring about further evils.
The ancient Greeks and the writers and philosophers of medieval times had been preoccupied by definitions of morality, sin and justice. Elizabethan writers like Shakespeare had inherited a body of opinion from the…
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