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Surname 1NameInstructorCourseDate Analysis of King Lear in Act IIThe decisions that people make have a lot of influence on their journey through life. In the tragic play of William Shakespeare, King Lear is a flawed man who cannot determine the truth and this leads to his downfall. The journey of King Lear in the play takes him from denial to isolation leaving him broken. The denial of King Lear emerges when he failed to see the true colors of his daughters. This denial causes so much rage especially when he perceived that Cornwall and Regan were thoughtless of his leadership. As a result, King Lear results in isolationas he hopes he will be able to redefine himself. Lear moves through the different stages of life and he later becomes a victim of his own poor decisions. This paper will examine the transformation of King Lear throughout Act II. It is in this scene where the emotions of King Lear that caused his unexpected circumstances will be defined. The essay will also discuss the transformation of Ling Lear from the rage of denial to isolation which occurred in a single act.Denial is an insentient defense mechanism that is used to get rid of anxiety by denying

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