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And hardly shall I carry out my side, Her husband being alive. Now, then, we’ll use His countenance for the battle, which being done, Let her who would be rid of him devise His speedy taking off. .. Stands on me to defend, not to debate.” that he can’t. Edmund knows that as long as both of the sisters live he won’t be able to enjoy himself with any of them because he knows their reactions if he chose one over the other. Edmund also understands he can’t choose Goneril as long as Albany is alive so he plans on getting one of the sisters to eliminate him after the battle is over. Edmund also explains how after he has won and captured King Lear and Cordelia he won’t show them mercy. “Away, old man. Give me thy hand. Away! King Lear hath lost, he and his daughter ta'en. Give me thy hand. Come on.” Pg 233 (R) In the following passage Edgar is advising Gloucester that they should leave because King Lear’s forces were defeated and King Lear and Cordelia were captured. From Edgar’s actions and his concern for his father we can conclude that although he was banished and caused to flee he still worried about his father even though he had been deceived by Edgar. Throughout the text we can conclude that the characters that were mistreated, such as Cordelia, Kent, and Edgar, find themselves forgiven the people that treated them wrong and end up caring for them. “What, in ill thoughts again? Men must endure Their going hence even as their coming hither. Ripeness is all. Come on.” Pg 235 (C) Since Gloucester is depressed and wants to die, Edgar tries to encourage him by saying that he won’t leave him there to die and that he will die but when the time comes. In the real world when most people feel suicidal or want to die most people, to encourage them, tell them that we will all die when our time comes. Also other people view death as sleeping eternally and my father sometimes tells me, he’s not worried about sleep that much because he’d rather get things done because he knows that once he dies he will be able to sleep as much as he wants. “Come, let’s away to prison. (Q) Although Cordelia suggested
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We two alone will sing like birds i' th' cage. When thou dost ask me blessing, I’ll
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