Well, we've finally reached the end of King Lear. Thanks for sticking with me! It's taken a long time. In case you've forgotten everything that's happened over the past two months, here is a quick one-page summary:
I think that covers most of the highlights.
Before I leave King Lear, I must do my obligatory "Death and Marriage" count. As you know, the rule with most Shakespeare plays is that if everyone dies, it's a tragedy, whereas if everyone gets married, it's a comedy. Let's take a look at how King Lear measures up:
(Thanks to Josh Freeman for reminding me about the Captain. I forgot all about him.)
Join me again on Wednesday, when I'll have... actually, I'm not sure what I'll have up on Wednesday, but it sure as heck won't be King Lear. Toodles!