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Unhappy that I am I cannot heave my heart into my mouth I love your Majesty according to my bond no more nor lessCordelia is banished She is disclaimed of all paternal care and is now held as a stranger in her fathers heart Kent is also banished for having disagreed with the Kings decision concerning his daughter What did Cordelia do to anger her father so immensely What could she have possibly have done to turn off in an instant her fathers toggle switch of love for her And what of poor Kent At one time he was considered to be a valued friend and good adviser but because of this difference of opinion he is instantly cast away Throughout this play there are many tragedies which are webbed together indirectly yet barely touch such as the triangles of Gloucester and his two sons Edmund and Edgar in which Gloucester indirectly turns Edmund against Edgar and himself and is clueless up until the end of Edmunds hatred and resentment towards Gloucester and Edgar Theres the triangle of Goneril Regan and Edmund in which the two sisters fight the battle of love over Edmund and lose it with their lives There is also the triangle of Regan Goneril and Cordelia in which the two sisters hated Cordelia and did not wish her well Then there is the triangle of the Goneril Regan and the King in which the two daughters cared for nothing more than getting there land and being rid of Lear Our story begins with the Earl of Gloucester publicly introducing his bastard son Edmund to Kent Yet for all of Edmunds life Gloucester has always kept Edmund in the dark He was always ashamed
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