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King Lear - More sinned against than sinning Watch

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    you could follow a structure of lear's sins, how he is not to blame for his sins/how he is redeemed/punished for his sins /how he learns from them and then a few paragraphs on how he is sinned against, conclusion, he is a sinner yet this is outwayed by the sins done untoward him and his redemption/punishment and that way you would present a balanced argument and still reach a conclusion
 
 
 
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