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Second Pagee
Updated: 9/26/2019
Second Pagee
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Storyboard Text

  • 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.
  • LE FIN.
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