The Resource Patriarchy, mutality and forgiveness in King Lear

Patriarchy, mutality and forgiveness in King Lear

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Patriarchy, mutality and forgiveness in King Lear
Title
Patriarchy, mutality and forgiveness in King Lear
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Novy, Marianne
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Shakespeare, William
Label
Patriarchy, mutality and forgiveness in King Lear
Instantiates
Note
In: Love's Argument: Gender Realtions in Shakespeare. 1984 pp.150-163
Contents
Examines the balance of power in King Lear through the relationships of Lear, as a father, with his three daughters, and through his role as King and his relationship with his subjects and country. Lear's journey from self-interest to self-knowledge and understanding, and his need for forgiveness is analysed. Curriculum area: English
Control code
cls00042373
Extent
14p
Issn
0807816086
Label
Patriarchy, mutality and forgiveness in King Lear
Note
In: Love's Argument: Gender Realtions in Shakespeare. 1984 pp.150-163
Contents
Examines the balance of power in King Lear through the relationships of Lear, as a father, with his three daughters, and through his role as King and his relationship with his subjects and country. Lear's journey from self-interest to self-knowledge and understanding, and his need for forgiveness is analysed. Curriculum area: English
Control code
cls00042373
Extent
14p
Issn
0807816086

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