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    can we discuss this yet?
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    (Original post by PixieSmiles)
    Our teacher thinks the storm on the heath scene is likely to come up.
    Yeah, good shout from him, he's good at that kinda thing.
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    Have a look on project gutenburg - http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/1794/pg1794.html - has the whole play for free.

    Use Ctrl + F to find keywords and enter to fly through them.

    In 2 mins, I found for e.g 'fool'.:
    Knight. Since my young lady's going into France, sir, the fool
    hath much pined away.
    Lear. No more of that; I have noted it well. Go you and tell my
    daughter I would speak with her. [Exit Knight.] Go you, call
    hither my fool.
    [Exit an Attendant.]Enter [Oswald the] Steward. O, you, sir, you! Come you hither, sir. Who am I, sir?
    Osw. My lady's father.
    Lear. 'My lady's father'? My lord's knave! You whoreson dog!
    you slave! you cur!
    Osw. I am none of these, my lord; I beseech your pardon.
    Lear. Do you bandy looks with me, you rascal?
    [Strikes him.]
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    what was the question in the end? id like to know as im doing this one this year
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    (Original post by charlieecooperr)
    what was the question in the end? id like to know as im doing this one this year
    me too, I'm hoping it will be Lear's descending madness but then again that's way to easy..
 
 
 
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