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Albany's Renovation

Summary: The following is a character analysis of Albany from the play "King Lear" by William Shakespeare.
In William Shakespeare's play King Lear, the character of Albany is a very complex one, who keeps the readers involved. Albany's character changes considerably throughout the play and is an interesting one to follow. His journey from coward to courageous man is one worthy of note.

Albany is described as a follower. He is easily persuaded when it comes to matters dealing with his wife. Albany tells the King that he is guiltless and ignorant to any situation to avoid getting into trouble. He has great respect for the King and is well liked by him. In the beginning Albany isn't heard from that much. What he did say were simple lines to keep the peace such as "pray, be patience." He didn't really choose sides. Instead, he just made sure no friction was started.

When Lear is staying with Goneril and Albany he mocks her when she...

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