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Justice in King Lear

Summary: Analyzes the William Shakespeare play, King Lear. Explores the theme of justice in the play. Describes how Shakespeare portrayed strong Christian values and formed the bases for existentialist man.
Justice in Shakespeare's King Lear and its productions, has a bleak and uncertain outcome, for it can either uphold the Christian belief of `divine justice' or it can embody the concept of Existentialist man. These concepts are reflected through the observation of language and dramatic techniques in the play, and theatrical and film techniques in productions of the work. When observing language in the play or its productions, it is apparent to the viewer that the context in which the play is depicted is in poetry or prose. The characters of Lear and Edmund in the play and it's productions reflect the concept of the individualist. Whereas Edgar, is the model for the concept of Christianity, for he exemplifies the values of endurance, forgiveness, hope, patience and love. It is also reflected through Edgar and Edmund's relationship, the link between Cain and Abel, and how this...

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