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The Illegitimacy of King Lear

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interferes by asking Lear to reconsider his rash action. The shares should be equal, but Lear clearly loves Cordelia more. One of the most infamous bastards is the Arthurian traitor Mordred, usually portrayed as the illegitimate son.

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Kent's interference on Cordelia's behalf leads to another outburst from Lear. Edmund If the matter were good, my lord, I durst swear it were his; but, in respect of that, I would fain think it were not. The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner (1929) Miss Quentin, Caddys illegitimate daughter, is portrayed as wild and promiscuous. The Dukes bastard son, Spurio, becomes embroiled in the plot to undo the Duke and his family. The first scene ends with Regan acknowledging that Lear isn't just weak because of old age, but that he has never really known himself or his daughters. The fear that a foreign king might weaken England (and a Catholic monarch made it worse) would have made Lear's actions seem even more irresponsible to the audience. Richard III by William Shakespeare (1591 richard, Duke of Gloucester, usurps the throne by claiming that the young princes are both illegitimate. Lear's choice will provide one clear benefit: Albany and Cornwall will be in charge of the outlying areas of his kingdom, which have not been easily governed. Gloucester Hath he never heretofore sounded you in this business? Shakespeares other llegitimate characters included Don John in Much Ado About Nothing, Caliban in The Tempest and Phillip Falconbridge in King John. Today were talking about books featuring people born out of wedlock, not bastard titles (which is another matter entirely). .