Question: English & Literature

king lear is more sinned against than sinning?

In English & Literature | Asked by surbhi4
Asked from the King Lear study pack

This quote" I am a man more sinned against than sinning" occurs in Act 3, Sc ii and takes place when Lear is caught in a terrible storm. He's bargaining with the gods of the storm to spare him, telling them that more people have sinned against him than anything horrible that he's ever done to others. 

MHood2 | 1238 days ago