Harvard Classics: King Lear, Act IV – Shakespeare

Aloha Promises Forever has previously discussed the life and importance of English playwright William Shakespeare.  King Lear is a tragedy written by Shakespeare that depicts King Lear’s descent into madness after disposing his kingdom and bring tragedy to all involved.  It is a tale derived from the legendary Leir of Britain – a pre Roman Celtic king.    The first known performance of this story was on St Stephen’s Day, December 26, 1606.

You may read Act IV of  King Lear here:

http://www.bartleby.com/46/3/44.html

Alternatively, you may listen to this in an audiobook format here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Harvard Classics: King Lear, Act IV – Shakespeare

  1. LittleFears says:

    The perfect Tarantino Shakespeare crossover. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Not enough sleaze for that, LittleFears lol. But, I could see how it could be transformed 😉

    Like

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