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Summary: Within King Lear, symbolism is, well, king. It's everywhere. It's subtle, it's bold, it's funny, it's sad, but it's what helps tie everything together. A majority of the symbolism in King Lear is portrayed through nature and animal symbolism.
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Within King Lear, symbolism is, well, king. It's everywhere. It's subtle, it's bold, it's funny, it's sad, but it's what helps tie everything together. A majority of the symbolism in King Lear is portrayed through nature and animal symbolism. Shakespeare uses the symbolism to help strengthen the many themes of play and to help allow the viewer a more invigorating experience.

Nature is used to symbolism a number of things within King Lear. One of the major uses of nature as symbolism would be the storm in King Lear. The storm represents a number of things throughout the novel. Lear, of course, is the focus of the symbolism. For Lear, the storm represents a whirlwind of hidden meanings, and themes. It represents his rage, anger, power, his loss of control, his blindness and his instability. It also represents the inner turmoil of...

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