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Dylan EricksonKing LearActs 2, 3, and 4Re-reading act 2 of King Lear, I really understand that this play is all over the place. I feel that it is somewhat of a complicated story. It keeps transitioning between Edmund’s story line, King Lear, and the daughters. For being separate story’s they are all connected by each other. Edmund is connected to all the other characters by Gloucester. I also predict that the story line of Edmund will pretty soon intermingle with the main story of King Lear. I have no idea how it will work out for King Lear in the end, but it is looking bleak. I can see the true cleverness of Edmund. I could see it is distain for religion as well. Having no moral ethics can really turn someone into an evil person. His cleverness and lies has been the bane of all of the good characters in the story. He tells him that Cornwall is mad at him for siding with Albany. Edmund is basically just giving him more and more reasons to leave and forget about the inheritance. Edmund even fights with his half-brother and cuts his arm off in the process. Adding