King Lear Beyond Reason: Love and Justice in the Family

Schwehn, Mark R.
October 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct1993, Issue 36, p25
Presents a contextual analysis of the poem "King Lear," by William Shakespeare. Difficulties involved in managing a union of love and justice in the family; Weakness and credulity of the Duke of Gloucester; Impact of stories and plays on understanding matters of love and justice.


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