king Lear Act #: scene 3 and 4

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  • Edmund
  • In this scene Gloucester has told Edmund that he has received a letter talking about the feud between Cornwall and Albany. Gloucester also says that he wants to help the king.
  • There's a division betwixt the dukes. And a worse matter than that: i have received a letter this night. 'Tis dangerous to be spoken. I have locked the letter in my closet.
  • Gloucester
  • After his father, Gloucester, has told him that he wants to help the king and also about the letter, Edmund tells himself to speak his father's treason to the duke.
  • This courtesy, forbid thee, shall the duke Instantly know, and of that letter too. This seems a fair deserving, and must draw me That which my father loses- no less than all. The younger rises when the old doth fall.
  • Edmund
  • After Kent has found the king and the fool he brings them to shelter out of the storm.
  • King Lear
  • Fool
  • Here is the place, my lord. Good my lord, enter. The tyranny of the open night's too rough for nature to endure.
  • Kent(Caius)
  • Kent pleads with the King to enter the hobble in order to get out of the storm. But the King refuses saying that the storm keeps his mind off of the chaos going on around him, his daughters.
  • King Lear
  • The tempest in my mind doth from my senses take all feeling else save what beats there- filial ingratitude. Is it not as this mouth should tear this hand for lifting food to 't? But I will punish home.
  • Kent(Caius)
  • King Lear finally meets Poor Tom inside the hobble. Edgar( Poor Tom) is pretending to be an escaped mental person I order to Keep alive while still in the kingdom.
  • Take heed o' th' foul fiend. Obey thy parents, keep thy word's justice, swear not, commit not with man's sworn spouse, set not thy sweet heart on proud array. Tom's a- cold.
  • Edgar(poor Tom)
  • King Lear
  • Gloucester has found where the king has been during the storm. He has also come to warn King Lear about how evil his daughters, Regan and Goneril, have become since they gained power.
  • Our flesh and blood, my lord, is grown so vile that it doth hate what it gets.
  • Gloucester
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