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Caffrey Francis November 28, 2010 Dr. Mcquillan T/Th /Time: 4:30-5:45 For your third and final reflection paper, I would like you to consider the possibility of self-transformation. Does Lear change as a result of his night in the storm? Does Alcibiades change as a result of his encounter with Socrates? Why and how do these experiences change Lear and Alcibiades? What are the consequences of their respective transformations? a then comments, "my wit begins to turn", i.e., he realizes he is going crazy -- in literature, becoming insane is often a metaphor for changing the way you look at yourself and the world; W notices the jester is cold, and comments that he is also cold; this is the first time Lear has been responsive to the needs and concerns of someone else; When he sees the hut, and before seeing the lunatic(s), King Lear realizes that what is happening to him now is what he has allowed to happen to the poor throughout his reign. He suddenly realizes that his luxuries have been maintained at the expense of his poorest
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