Lear is a tragedy, where two men, one a king and the other a nobleman, are betrayed by their children. The main plot is that of King Lear, who gives his power over to two of his three daughters, who in the end turn their backs on him. After Lear is thrown out into a severe storm by Gonreil and Regan, his daughters, he curses them and tells the weather to do its worst. “But yet I call you servile ministers,/ That will with two pernicious daughters join/ Your high-engender'd battles 'gainst a head/ So old and white as ... ... middle of paper ... ...y Online. N.p., n.d.
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