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Essay | Textual Integrity of King Lear

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Textual Integrity of King Lear

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "King Lear, the bard's textual integrity allows it to be understand and relevant generations later. Textual integrity can be defined as a universal meaning and values that any generation can understand.
"KING LEAR has, and continues to be valued, because it possesses a sense of textual integrity." How has the textual integrity of the play allowed it to be read and received in a variety of contexts"

From it's first production in 1605 in London before the court of James I, until it's modern representation by Brian Blessed's in 1999, Shakespeare's King Lear exists as a play that may be interpreted and valued in a variety of ways. It is the composer's coherent use of language and dramatic form, namely the textual integrity, provoking audience's for several hundreds of years which makes this play capable of being read and received from the 17th to the 21st century. These techniques have effectively produced an integrated text in terms of meaning and values, allowing different interpretations to emerge through the ages.

The multifaceted composition of King Lear, with the various...

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