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King Lear King Lear is a tragedy unlike any other works written by William Shakespeare This play focuses on so many aspects that the audience can relate with and it creates a bond between the characters and the audiences especially with Cordelia It shows what can happen when evil gains momentum and over throws good One aspect of the play audiences may relate to is the blindness of King Lear even though it was not physically blind Love is blind is a quote that could be used to describe the blindness of King Lear King Lear is blind when it concerns his two eldest daughter Goneril and Regan He is blind to the fact that the two daughters are using him for his land and title It takes Lear a very long time to realize that this two seemingly precious daughters have swindled him Unfortunately King Lear does not see the true Goneril and Regan in time because evil has already taken its toll The audience can probably relate to being in love with someone and not truly seeing them for who they really are Evil is connected with the downfall of King Lear and Cordelia Like most destruction in the world evil plays a hand in it When it gains momentum nothing is spared until the evil can end Once King Lear overcomes his blindness it is too late to stop the evil because it was give too much time to take over and conquer and it finds its way to the most innocent of all characters Cordelia The audience becomes emotionally attached to Cordelia throughout the play She is someone the audience takes an instant liking to because of her truthfulness I can not name another character that I felt so much respect and admiration for Cordelia is portrayed as a sweet honest loving good person that is unfortunately an innocent victim of evil In the world there are too many
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