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The Old Order in "King Lear" Natural, Personal, Divine, Familial, and Social
The old order was not destroyed in some ways, but in others, it was created anew. Many aspects lead up to creating this new order and many of them are family situations. They are not just based on King Lear himself, but the way he treats people and the way that the people react to him. King Lear is very confused and does not know what pain he is causing for his whole family by creating a new order.
King Lear creates a new family order and it is very unfortunate for his family because it is not fair to his daughters. King Lear is getting old, and he knows it. …
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