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The Storm in "King Lear"

Summary: Symbolism of the vicious storm in "King Lear, a drama by William Shakespeare.
In "The Tragedy of King Lear' the audience is presented with a vicious storm. This is widely regarded to not only associate with King Lear's descent into madness but also represent some kind of divine intervention; therefore, the storm is seen as one of the most vital turning points in William Shakespeare's play. In the following, items such as; how the audience is exposed to the fact that the storm represents Lear's descent into madness, his thoughts on his two eldest daughters and how he finally realises that they do not love him, and finally, the chaos and torment the Kingdom is forced to endure as a result of these factors are addressed.

From the outset of this play, the audience is made aware that all is not stable in Lear's prime-evil Kingdom in England. It seems as though the youngest and most pure daughter has had enough...

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