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Summary: Shakespeare's King Lear - The Fool in King Lear is, in actuality, not a Fool at all. He has characteristics that make him one of the most intelligent characters in the play.

Troubles occur everywhere, with anyone, and about almost anything. Some of them are extreme and need to be dealt with immediately, while others are less savage and can endure time for meticulous contemplation. It is during times like these when we like to ask for advice, whether it be from our parents, our friends; employers or counselors, and sometimes even professional advice from an advisor. These are all people we look up to, wish to be like, or trust implicitly. The best advisors, whoever they might be, give advice not only for particular situations, but advice that can be transferred to any aspect of one's life. "Have more than thou showest. Speak less than thou knowest. Lend less than thou owest. Ride more than thou goest. Learn more than thou trowest. Set less than thou throwest. Leave thy drink and thy whore, and keep in-a-door, and thou...

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