King Lear (Act 5, Scene 3)

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  • I'm older, so I'm in charge !
  • No ! I'm in charge. Edmund is mine
  • It's over Edmund, you lose
  • This frame represents the moment Lear and Cordelia were captured and sent to prison by Edmund who had a guard in charge of secret instructions to kill both Cordelia and Lear. Cordelia wants to ask her sister's questions, but Lear refuses to see his two daughters who betrayed and used him.
  • This frame represents Goneril and Regan’s fight over who gets Edmund and being in charge. Regan stepping up to the plate quickly announces to everyone that her and Edmund are together. Which then lead to him being arrested by Albany.
  • This frame represents the fight in progress between Edgar and Edmund. If they are to settle the hatred, then why not fight. Edgar calls his brother a traitor for everything he did to him and his father. Edmund falls and loses the battle.
  • This frame represents Edgar and Gloucester’s death. Edgar speaks about how he took care of his father threw it all, becoming broken and lost in life. Gloucester died from happiness, he was too weak to handle the excitement or joy.
  • This frame represents the jealousy and death of the two sisters Goneril and Regan. There jealousy towards each other and over Edmund lead to Goneril poisoning Regan and Goneril stabbing Regan before the poison kicked in. They both died in the end.
  • This frame represents the death of Edmund, Cordelia and Lear. Lear kills the guard who hanged his daughter Cordelia. Lear says his daughter Cordelia didn’t deserve to die, his broken heart killed him.
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