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1. Bring this letter to my Regan, tell her more and no less than what I have told you.
2. Yes, sir!
2. Regan will take good care of me. I hope!
1. You know, snails keep their shells on their backs so they don't give it away and go homeless. Haha
End of Act I
Lear sends his new servant, which is actually still Kent, in disguise to deliver a letter to Lear's daughter, Regan. In the town of Gloucester, Kent rushes down Regan.
The Fool continues to make fun of Lear's unwise leadership. Lear cry's because he knows the Fool is not wrong, nothing is going as he planned.
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