King Lear

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King Lear

goes mad as all desert him. [Brit. Lit.: Shakespeare King Lear]
See: Madness
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Halio suggests in a footnote in his edition of The Tragedy of King Lear (Cambridge and New York, 1992) that when the Fool addresses `Goneril' with `Come hither, mistress' (III.

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