King Lear Quote Analysis
“The art of our necessities is strange,’ That can make vile things precious.” (3.) 3.
A. Speaker Lear b. Context Lear is raging out in the storm, the Fool urges Lear to find shelter c. Significance While Lear is raging and letting his anger get to the best of hi m, he realizes hat giving all Of the power to Generic and Reagan were foolish decisions. He did don’t think about how ruling the kingdom granted him so much power, and realized this when he threw it all away foolishly. Lear learns that you can hate something or someone, until the mom entity need it most. L have no way, and therefore want no eyes; I stumbled when I saw. ” (4. 1) 4. A. Speaker Gloucester b. Context Edgar sees an Old Man leading Gloucester, who is remorseful ova ere hating on Edgar, whom he loves and misses. C. Significance Gloucester claims that he would rather be able to see people from the inside, rather than the outer appearance or how they seem. He wants to know the try HTH of everyone since he didn’t see the people for who they are, but saw them just from hearing ABA out them and assuming who they were.
Gloucester doesn’t want anymore misunderstanding gas, because that is what caused all of these trials. He realizes that you can only see a person for who they are by their actions. “The weight of this sad time we must obey;’ Speak what we feel, not what we ought to say. / The oldest hath borne most: we that are young/ Shall never see so much, nor live so long. (5. 3) 5. A. Speaker Edgar b. Context Albany, Kent, and Edgar discussing after the tragedy that had jug SST taken place. . Significance Edgar has came up with the conclusion that speaking what we feel and had time to think about it rather than just blurting out whatever is on our mind is t he wisest thing to do because it’ll end up in a tragedy such as this. Edgar also states that he, all Eng with Albany and Kent, can never see worst than the tragic events that occurred such as the De tats of Lear and his daughters, and his father and brother, Gloucester and Edmund.