The Role of Blindness played in King Lear
Blindness and decision making can be viewed upon as having the same similarities. Blindness can be seen as a physical flaw, and not the metal blindness as in the ability to recognize what one perceives. Decision-making, like blindness is related by the roles in which people play. Together blindness and decision-making are key elements in true caricatures of one's self.
In the play King Lear, Lear is the most profound character and he is the blindest person of all. Lear's social status of being an authoritative figure with great additions; was suppose to be able to distinguish good from…
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