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Kent, (in disguise): Tis I, not Kent. Please let me work for you.
King Lear: Sounds good.
Fool: "... I am better than thou art now: I am a fool, / thou art nothing." (I.IV.189-190)
King Lear: Into her womb convey sterility" (I.IV.275)
Scene 4: Kent has entered Albany's palace in a questionable disguise, and asks to work for Lear. The Knight questions why Goneril's servants are not attentive to him now.
Albany: "How far your eyes may pierce I cannot tell." (I.IV.344)
The Fool ridicules the King for not being able to take care of his kingdom, and essentially, turning into nothing.
King Lear: Gloucester will help me.
Fool: Look who's the fool now.
Lear is angered by Goneril's decision to lessen his knights. He curses her and wishes sterility upon her for being so cold to him.
Albany tells his wife to discuss the matter with Regan, as he is worried about her behavior, but Regan agrees with Goneril.
Scene 5: The Fool returns to pester King Lear, after he has ordered his new servant (Kent), to deliver messages to Gloucester.
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