What possesses King lear to banish Cordelia for not confessing her love for him?Stefanie Zapata
What possesses King lear to banish Cordelia for not confessing her love for him?-Kenia Reyes
What is the natural order?-Tiffany De la rosa
Who betrays, and who is betrayed in this play, and how does it effect them?When does King Lear learn the truth about himself, and the truth about what has happen to his kingdom, and how does it effect him emotionally?
What possesses King lear to banish Cordelia for not confessing her love for him?Yunrui
How does King Lear's blindness lead him from having everything to having nothing? How does his nothing lead him to truth?
How does the reoccurring theme of blindness push the story line forward using the example of King Lear, Gloucester and Albany?How does power rule over emotion in this play and how is the power passed around?
What was Lear's biggest lesson? How does the lesson connect to the moral of the story?
Which characters are affected by their own egotism? How does King Lear's solipsism lead to his self discovery?
How is the abuse of power protrayed in King Lear?
How is Cordelia and King Lear's relationship similar to the relationship between Edgar and Gloucester?
how does king lear feel about his daughters now?why does king lear only want the title of "king" and none of the responsibilities?
How did king Lear fully achieve enlightenment? What steps did he have to go through?
I think that Yunrui's question was amazing!! :D:D:D:D::D
How is Lear's relationship with Cordelia different and alike to the one of Glouster and Edgar? Where does betray come in in these relationships?
Does regan and Goneril have any jealousy when it comes to the love their father has for Cordelia?
what over all is the message that each character send to the audience ?? victor J.