☆ King Lear (Macmillan Collector's Library, Band 42) Â Download by ñ William Shakespeare
☆ King Lear (Macmillan Collector's Library, Band 42) Â Download by ñ William Shakespeare In This Thrilling And Hugely Influential Tragedy, Ageing King Lear Makes A Capricious Decision To Divide His Realm Between His Three Daughters According To The Love They Express For Him When The Youngest Daughter Refuses To Take Part In This Charade, She Is Banished, Leaving The King Dependent On Her Manipulative And Untrustworthy Sisters In The Scheming And Recriminations That Follow, Not Only Does The King S Own Sanity Crumble, But The Stability Of The Realm Itself Is Also Threatened This Macmillan Collector S Library Edition Of William Shakespeare S King Lear Is Illustrated Throughout By Renowned Artist Sir John Gilbert , And Includes An Introduction By Dr Robert MighallDesigned To Appeal To The Booklover, The Macmillan Collector S Library Is A Series Of Beautiful Gift Editions Of Much Loved Classic Titles Macmillan Collector S Library Are books To Love And Treasure So I m not exactly a Shakespeare scholar, but I still loved this tragedy I think it s one of the best one, and it s a pity so few are put on live action show the recent Hamlet,Henry V,Richard III,Midsummer Night s Dream, and other movies were great Unfortunately, some complain that it is not an official tragedy because, according to A.
C Bradley, who s supposed to be some real genius, requires that Fate have little to do with any good tragedyYet King Lear DOES include Fate cf Gloucester s laments about the gods playing with human lives So much of it that I think it s one of the main themes of the play Unlike Bradley, I think this inevitability only INTENSES the depressing mood of the play, and to people suffering from chronic depression like myself , the play really speaks out Generational gaps and treatment of seniors are very relevant to our society, yet the question of Fate and the Nothing will come of nothing the fatal line Lear utters to Cordelia sums up the entire play The wizened king believes he is urging Cordelia not to refrain from expressing her love for him when in fact he is unwittingly prompting her to use the same insincere flattery as her sisters When Cordelia refuses to acquiesce to Lear s wishes, he banishes her from the kingdom and divides it among her nefarious sisters Goneril and Reagan In doing this Lear accepts their empty flattery instead of Cordelia s austere profession of paternal love Goneril and Reagan quickly betray Lear and then turn against each other Thus Lear s preference for empty flattery nothing destroys his authority and embroils his kingdom in civil st In der Produktbeschreibung ist zwar Paavo Cajander erw hnt, der tats chlich Shakespeare bersetzt hat, aber dieser finnische King Lear ist eine Computer bersetzung, d.
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2016 ffentlich gemacht samt Zitaten aus dieser angeblichen bersetzung , mit der Folge, dass die finnische Buchhandelskette, die das Buch vertreibt Suomalainen kirjakauppa , s mtliche Erzeugnisse An annoying old fool named King Lear doesn t know the true character of his own children He divides all of his property between his two disloyal daughters simply because they flatter him, and he gives nothing to his loyal daughter because she refuses to play the flattery game In retrospect I can t blame the two flatterers for their behavior, considering that their father is an obnoxious fool He gets his just desserts in the end the short end of the stick So there s a happy ending after all Shakespeare wrote it with sympathy for the old king He excuses arrogance in kings I don t The hell with King Lear.