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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2 (B), Martin Luther University (Anglistics), course: Shakespear´s Plays, 15 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: King Lear was first published in 1608 and is one of the numerous tragedieswritten by William Shakespeare. However, it is not just any of his tragedies, thetragedy of King Lear ´´stands like a colossus at the centre of Shakespeare´sachievement as the grandest effort of imagination´´, says Foakes who is the Editorof the Arden Edition (Foakes 1997, 1). ´´In its social range it encompasses a wholesociety, from king to beggar, and invites us to move in our imagination between aroyal palace and a hovel on a bare heath´´ (Foakes 1997, 1). Nevertheless,´´complications have been kept to a minimum´´ (Brown 2001, 229) byShakespeare. Still, this tragedy ´´is as demanding as any of the others - in someways, it is the most epic of them all´´ (Brown 2001, 229).Between all the commotion in the plot, Lear´s story ´´is the one clear andindisputable element´´ (Brown 2001, 229). From the beginning to the end, ´´Lear´sstory is presented in stark and unavoidably physical terms´´ (Brown 2001, 231).The threefold dignity of a king, an old man, and a father, isdishonored by the cruel ingratitude of his unnatural daughters; theold king, who out of a foolish tenderness has given awayeverything, is driven out into the world a homeless beggar; thechildish imbecility to which he was fast advancing changes into thewildest insanity, and when he is rescued from the destitution towhich he was abandoned, it is too late. (Bates 1906))In a way that was new to himself and almost unknown in the theatreof his time, Shakespeare constantly drew attention to what his heroundergoes in body as well as in mind, in his senses as well as in histhoughts and feelings, achievements, and relations with otherpeople. (Brown 2001, 231)In this paper I am trying to follow Lear´s state of mind and thought. The Kinggoes from power to madness and from royalty to peasantry. But how does hearticulate his deep thoughts and feelings through language? How can the readerunderstand his change in mood? The following pages will give some insight onthese topics and will help to a better understanding of the character of King Lear. King Lear: Lear´s Language, Beginning vs. End of the Play Buch (dtsch.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, GRIN

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King Lear: Lear's Language, Beginning vs. End of the Play Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2 (B), Martin Luther University (Anglistics), course: Shakespear's Plays, 15 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: King Lear was first published in 1608 and is one of the numerous tragedieswritten by William Shakespeare. However, it is not just any of his tragedies, thetragedy of King Lear "stands like a colossus at the centre of Shakespeare'sachievement as the grandest effort of imagination", says Foakes who is the Editorof the Arden Edition (Foakes 1997, 1). "In its social range it encompasses a wholesociety, from king to beggar, and invites us to move in our imagination between aroyal palace and a hovel on a bare heath" (Foakes 1997, 1). Nevertheless,"complications have been kept to a minimum" (Brown 2001, 229) byShakespeare. Still, this tragedy "is as demanding as any of the others - in someways, it is the most epic of them all" (Brown 2001, 229).Between all the commotion in the plot, Lear's story "is the one clear andindisputable element" (Brown 2001, 229). From the beginning to the end, "Lear'sstory is presented in stark and unavoidably physical terms" (Brown 2001, 231).The threefold dignity of a king, an old man, and a father, isdishonored by the cruel ingratitude of his unnatural daughters; theold king, who out of a foolish tenderness has given awayeverything, is driven out into the world a homeless beggar; thechildish imbecility to which he was fast advancing changes into thewildest insanity, and when he is rescued from the destitution towhich he was abandoned, it is too late. (Bates 1906))In a way that was new to himself and almost unknown in the theatreof his time, Shakespeare constantly drew attention to what his heroundergoes in body as well as in mind, in his senses as well as in histhoughts and feelings, achievements, and relations with otherpeople. (Brown 2001, 231)In this paper I am trying to follow Lear's state of mind and thought. The Kinggoes from power to madness and from royalty to peasantry. But how does hearticulate his deep thoughts and feelings through language? How can the readerunderstand his change in mood? The following pages will give some insight onthese topics and will help to a better understanding of the character of King Lear. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-3-656-28110-8, GRIN

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Grin Verlag], Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2 (B), Martin Luther University (Anglistics), course: Shakespear's Plays, 15 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: King Lear was first published in 1608 and is one of the numerous tragedieswritten by William Shakespeare. However, it is not just any of his tragedies, thetragedy of King Lear stands like a colossus at the centre of Shakespeare sachievement as the grandest effort of imagination , says Foakes who is the Editorof the Arden Edition (Foakes 1997, 1). In its social range it encompasses a wholesociety, from king to beggar, and invites us to move in our imagination between aroyal palace and a hovel on a bare heath (Foakes 1997, 1). Nevertheless, complications have been kept to a minimum (Brown 2001, 229) byShakespeare. Still, this tragedy is as demanding as any of the others in someways, it is the most epic of them all (Brown 2001, 229).Between all the commotion in the plot, Lear s story is the one clear andindisputable element (Brown 2001, 229). From the beginning to the end, Lear sstory is presented in stark and unavoidably physical terms (Brown 2001, 231).The threefold dignity of a king, an old man, and a father, isdishonored by the cruel ingratitude of his unnatural daughters theold king, who out of a foolish tenderness has given awayeverything, is driven out into the world a homeless beggar thechildish imbecility to which he was fast advancing changes into thewildest insanity, and when he is rescued from the destitution towhich he was abandoned, it is too late. (Bates 1906))In a way that was new to himself and almost unknown in the theatreof his time, Shakespeare constantly drew attention to what his heroundergoes in body as well as in mind, in his senses as well as in histhoughts and feelings, achievements, and relations with otherpeople. (Brown 2001, 231)In this paper I am trying to follow Lear s state of mind and thought. The Kinggoes from power to madness and from royalty to peasantry. But how does hearticulate his deep thoughts and feelings through language? How can the readerunderstand his change in mood? The following pages will give some insight onthese topics and will help to a better understanding of the character of King Lear.2013. 28 S. 210 mmVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2 (B), Martin Luther University (Anglistics), course: Shakespear´s Plays, 15 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: King Lear was first published in 1608 and is one of the numerous tragedies written by William Shakespeare. However, it is not just any of his tragedies, the tragedy of King Lear ´´stands like a colossus at the centre of Shakespeare´s achievement as the grandest effort of imagination´´, says Foakes who is the Editor of the Arden Edition (Foakes 1997, 1). ´´In its social range it encompasses a whole society, from king to beggar, and invites us to move in our imagination between a royal palace and a hovel on a bare heath´´ (Foakes 1997, 1). Nevertheless, ´´complications have been kept to a minimum´´ (Brown 2001, 229) by Shakespeare. Still, this tragedy ´´is as demanding as any of the others - in some ways, it is the most epic of them all´´ (Brown 2001, 229). Between all the commotion in the plot, Lear´s story ´´is the one clear and indisputable element´´ (Brown 2001, 229). From the beginning to the end, ´´Lear´s story is presented in stark and unavoidably physical terms´´ (Brown 2001, 231). The threefold dignity of a king, an old man, and a father, is dishonored by the cruel ingratitude of his unnatural daughters; the old king, who out of a foolish tenderness has given away everything, is driven out into the world a homeless beggar; the childish imbecility to which he was fast advancing changes into the wildest insanity, and when he is rescued from the destitution to which he was abandoned, it is too late. (Bates 1906)) In a way that was new to himself and almost unknown in the theatre of his time, Shakespeare constantly drew attention to what his hero undergoes in body as well as in mind, in his senses as well as in his thoughts and feelings, achievements, and relations with other pe King Lear: Lear´s Language, Beginning vs. End of the Play Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 02.10.2012, GRIN, .201

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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2 (B), Martin Luther University (Anglistics), course: Shakespear´s Plays, 15 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: King Lear was first published in 1608 and is one of the numerous tragedies written by William Shakespeare. However, it is not just any of his tragedies, the tragedy of King Lear ´´stands like a colossus at the centre of Shakespeare´s achievement as the grandest effort of imagination´´, says Foakes who is the Editor of the Arden Edition (Foakes 1997, 1). ´´In its social range it encompasses a whole society, from king to beggar, and invites us to move in our imagination between a royal palace and a hovel on a bare heath´´ (Foakes 1997, 1). Nevertheless, ´´complications have been kept to a minimum´´ (Brown 2001, 229) by Shakespeare. Still, this tragedy ´´is as demanding as any of the others - in some ways, it is the most epic of them all´´ (Brown 2001, 229). Between all the commotion in the plot, Lear´s story ´´is the one clear and indisputable element´´ (Brown 2001, 229). From the beginning to the end, ´´Lear´s story is presented in stark and unavoidably physical terms´´ (Brown 2001, 231). The threefold dignity of a king, an old man, and a father, is dishonored by the cruel ingratitude of his unnatural daughters; the old king, who out of a foolish tenderness has given away everything, is driven out into the world a homeless beggar; the childish imbecility to which he was fast advancing changes into the wildest insanity, and when he is rescued from the destitution to which he was abandoned, it is too late. (Bates 1906)) In a way that was new to himself and almost unknown in the theatre of his time, Shakespeare constantly drew attention to what his hero undergoes in body as well as in mind, in his senses as well as in his thoughts and feelings, achievements, and relations with other pe King Lear: Lear´s Language, Beginning vs. End of the Play Buch (dtsch.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, GRIN

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