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  • I ought to join the team of tracks at this rate...
  • 2.1
  • Yes, you are so right. I will run for the thing I didn't know I did.
  • "My father watches. O sir, fly this place!"
  • Daddy! Edgar cut me!
  • Must be one of Lear's.
  • Hey Mr. Bigshot. You are "a knave, rascal, an eater of broken meats..." Fight me bro.
  • 2.2
  • Coming!
  • 2.2
  • Aw come on. He is so awful, I am doing you all a favor. Oh a letter from Cordelia, I should read this later.
  • Yea! What he said!
  • Let's just let Lear deal with him.
  • "Fetch forth the stocks! You stubborn ancient knave , you reverend braggart..."
  • In Scene 1, Edmund convinces Edgar to run away using lies about his father being angry and finding his hiding spot. Edmund then cuts himself with his sword and tells everyone that this was done by Edgar. Gloucester turns on Edgar and Reagan is led to believe that Edgar is with King Lear.
  • 2.3
  • "...Poor Tom! That's something yet! Edgar nothing I am."
  • Let's kill him.
  • In Scene 2, Kent bashes Oswald and calls him all these awful names. He then draws his sword on Oswald and he reacts my calling for help. Reagan, Cornwall and Gloucester come running to his aid.
  • 2.4
  • Daddy you can stay with me! All you have to do is give up at least half your men.
  • The three who arrived to help Oswald then question the two to find out what really happened. They find Kent to be guilty and Reagan and Cornwall want him in the stocks, but Gloucester things Lear should decide his punishment. It ends with Kent reading a letter from Cordelia.
  • 2.4
  • Edgar thinks he will be caught soon so he changes his whole appearance and adopts the name "Poor Tom."
  • In Scene 4, Lear comes to find out that Cornwall and Reagan locked up Kent which angers him and on top of that, neither of his "loving" daughters will house him without him making the sacrifice of his men, the only thing he was left.
  • "Who stocked my servant?" And which one of you want to house me?
  • After his disagreement with his daughters, Lear exits the castle into a dangerous storm that began brewing during their argument. He also curses his daughter who turned out to be much more selfish then he thought.
  • I curse Reagan and Goneril! My own daughters and they used me!
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