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The side notes really help you understand the play even more.
The title character King Lear disinherits his favorite daughter after she fails to flatter him when he asks each of his daughters how much they love him.
Read (or if possible watch) this wonder of Shakespeare, it will leave you satisfied and, hopefully, thinking.
I am using this text in class. Great footnotes help in understanding story.Published 1 month ago by joseph
How can you not rate a Shakespeare play highly? This play is particularly relevant to today's environment. A wonderful read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul A. Schumann Jr.
The only thing I did not like about this is that there are no line numbers.Published 1 month ago by nicolediana
A good representation of a classic play. However, there is something "lost in translation" reading the text and viewing the illustrations electronically compared to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bob Pond