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Cycles The Universe is a cycle and all the galaxies and stars are part of its cycle A star forms from dust and gases and continues its life cycle until its destruction These ruins of dead stars form new stars and the Universe continues its cycle The story of King Lear and Oedipus the King are related to this concept King Lear and Oedipus the King are part of a larger cycle moreover their story is divided into many sub cycles In both plays like the Universes rejuvenating cycle order is broken there is destruction and then everything is restored in the end The different cycles of the characters are sub-cycles of both protagonists who are part of the gods cycle The larger cycle that controls the life cycle of both King Lear and Oedipus The King are the gods In King Lear by William Shakespeare the King is a very powerful and mighty person who controls everyone under him But above the King there is an even more powerful and strong figure-The Almighty The possession of this power and might makes the king very close to the gods The God controls the life cycle of the King who is part of the greater order of the Universe The king controls the people and the kingdom which are part of his cycle In King Lear dividing the kingdom among the daughters banishing Cordelia and Kent leads to the destruction and downfall of Lear because the gods the king the people and nature are links of a chain When the order is broken in King Lear it affects the bond which affects the gods on top of the chain In a Shakespearian play if the order is broken it must be restored at the end and the people who are responsible for breaking the order must be punished Since the gods control the order of the Universe they punished king Lear for
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