Shakespeare quarto Facsimiles King Lear 2 quarto

Good for no more , chese are ynfightly cricks , Recurne you to my lifter , Lear . No
Regan , She hath ... Lear . This is a llaue , whose eaGe borrowed pride Dwels E
3 Dwels in the fickle grace of her he followes , The History of King Lear . II . iv .

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Pew , iii . 4. 53 . Picture , ii . 1. 83 . Pight , ii . 1. 66 . Pillicock , iii . 4. 74 . Pinfold , ii .
2. 8 . Plainness , i . 1 119 . M Madams , i . 2. 9 . Majesty ( dissyll . ) , i . 1. 82 .
Makes up , i . 1. 197 . Marry , iv . 2. 68 . Plate ( vb . ) , iv . 6. 139 222 KING LEAR .

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Pope , " evening " ) ; II . ii . 1 . DISCOMMEND , disapprove ; II . ii . 115 . DAY AND
NIGHT , an oath ; I . iii . 4 . DISCOVERY , reconnoitring ; V . i . 53 DEAR , precious
, valued ; I . iv . 294 . DISCRETION , common sense , wisdom , = - important ; III ...

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the great Ephemerides of God , besides the philosophical assignment of the
cause , it may admit a Christian apprehension in the signality ' ( i . 2 ) . We learn
also from Bishop Burnet that Lord Shaftesbury believed in astrology , and thought
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King Lear Macbeth Timon of Athens Antony and Cleopatra Pericles Troilus and Cressida Coriolanus Winter s tale Cymbeline The tempest King Henry VIII Two noble kinsmen Edward III

At his return , 2 Gent . I am sorry for ' t . No doubt , he will requite it . This is noted ,
1 Gent . So are a number more . And generally ; whoever the king favours , 2
Gent . But , pray , how pass'd it ? The cardinal instantly will find employment , 1 ...

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King Lear Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare. ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE THIRTEENTH VOLUME . PAGE
1. Lear , Edgar , King , and Fool , ( King Lear ) from a Painting by Smirke .
Frontispiece . KING LEAR . . 2. Lear , Goneril , Regan , Cordelia , & c . — Fuseli . .
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APPENDIX 2 LINEATION It is not always easy to distinguish between prose and
verse in the play, especially in some of the later scenes; in 4.6, for example,
Lear's longer speeches are a mixture of verse and prose, but scholars disagree
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A definitive edition of one of Shakespeare's most powerful, moving and eternally popular plays.

An Index to the Works of Shakspere

2 ; a tide that leads to , Julius Cæsar , ir , 3 ; we are not the button on the cap of ,
Hamlet , ii . 2 ; turn Turk , Hamlet , iii . 2 ; men that are not a pipe for , Hamlet , iii .
2 ; a good man's , King Lear , ii . 2 ; ne'er turns the key to the poor , King Lear , ii .

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Romeo and Juliet , iii . 1 ; King Lear , iv . 6 ; changes of , Timon of Athens , i . 1 ;
every step ( grise ) of , Timon of Athens , iv . 3 ; at odds with , Timon of Athens , iv .
3 ; in a merry mood , Julius Cæsar , iii . 2 ; a tide that leads to , Julius Caesar , iv .

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2 ; a tide that leads to , Julius Cæsar , iv . 3 ; we are not the button on the cap of ,
Hamlet , ii . 2 ; turn Turk , Hamlet , iii . 2 ; men that are not a pipe for , Hamlet , iii .
2 ; a good man's , King Lear , ii . 2 ; ne'er turns the key to the poor , King Lear , ii .

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Topical Index to the Booklovers Edition of Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet , iii . 1 ; King Lear , iv . 6 ; changes of , Timon of Athens , i . 1 ;
every step ( grise ) of , Timon of Athens , iv . 3 ; at odds with , Timon of Athens , iv .
3 ; in a merry mood , Julius Cæsar , iii . 2 ; a tide that leads to , Julius Cæsar , iv .

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An Index to the Works of Shakespeare

3 ; King Lear , iv . 6 ; dropsy , The Tempest , iv . 1 ; 1. Henry IV . , ii . 4 ; epilepsy ,
the , allusions to , Julius Cæsar , i . 2 ; Othello , iv . 1 ; fevers , Comedy of Errors , v
. 1 ; Measure for Measure , v . 1 ; King John , 1. 3 ; II . Henry IV . , il . 1 ; Henry V.

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King Lear Romeo and Juliet Hamlet Othello

2- All friends shall taste The wages of their virtue , and all foes The cup of their
deservings . - 0 , see , see ! Lear . And my poor fool is hanged ! 3 No , no , no life ;
Why should a dog , a horse , a rat , have life , And thou no breath at all ? O , thou
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We have had • hold antipathy , ' in ii . 2. 93 , and hold friendship , ' Love's Labour '
s Lost , ii . 1. 141 . 241. to slack you , to be negligent in their attendance upon you
. See i . 3. 9 , and compare Othello , iv . 3. 88 : ' Say that they slack their duties ...

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2 . 269 ; and iii . 2 . 41 , iii . 5 . I , of this play . Hecate ' s offerings ' are offerings
made to Hecate . They were made with certain rites , hence the use of the word '
celebrate . ' See King Lear , ii . 1 . 41 , and compare act iii . scene 5 of the present
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