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Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear

ed., with notes and introduction by Philo Melvyn Buck, jr
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
New York, The Macmillan company [1907]
Language
English
Uniform Title
King Lear
Variant Title
King Lear.
Series
Macmillan's Pocket American and English Classics
Summary
Lear, the aging King of Britain, has chosen to lay aside the care of kingship and divide his kingdom between his three daughters. Their share is to be determined by their love for him. Two daughters speak with grandiose expressions of love while the third daughter finds nothing to say. The courts disinherit the third daughter, Cordelia. Much treachery, murder, and deceit ensued and Lear and Cordelia are captured and sentenced to death.
Description
lxx, 257 p. front. 14 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Bibliography: p. lxix-lxx.
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