Cordelia In Shakespeare's King Lear

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Cordelia who was not known to express her feelings because she hated extend in the words, despite the deep love that the Secretary has hidden to her father and her country. It was Cordelia ridiculous reply, stupid awareness, such as Ophelia in Hamlet, although knowledge of corruption, subtle and lied sisters, they did not provide the challenge and resistance, for its part, and the duty of pious to confront the forces of corruption and thwart his plans and revealed his lies. Colderidge has committed on beheviour of Cordelia 'There is something of disgust at the ruthless hypocrisy of her sisters, and some little fault of pride and sullenness in her'.(MecDonald,2004:28). As well as, the true love crushed by two Machiavellian sisters of Cordelia. …show more content…
This clear vision is given by Shakespeare in his characters throughout the artistic drama, parallel in behaviours both Iago in Othello and elders' daughters in king Lear' in crushing the true love by villains characters. Harrison has pointed out of view 'It was to him infinity pitiable that the ideal love of Desdemona and Othello should be fouled and destroyed by such a creature as Iago; that Lear, for all his follies, should be tortured by his evil daughters; that the bastard Edmund should cause the death of …show more content…
Likewise, Harmon observes the most problems in Shakespeare's plays is referring to the significance of law for solving the most problems in his artistic drama like is in Measure for Measure, Troilus, and Cressida, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Merchant of Venice, Henry V, and etc… . ' It is my contention that Shakespeare’s problem plays illuminate ameliorative roles that law can play in the drama'.(2004:3). The important subject as long as minds filled of the critics and philosophers this question "was Shakespeare as a lawyer". The scholar Edmond Malone in the eighteenth century has suggested that ;Shakespeare before becoming an actor might have spent some time as a lawyer's clerk, thus, this clear reflected the law in his plays, the plays contain a good deal of legal to terminology which is a reference to the law. Although, his plays may be simply but ensures an obvious role of law directly for catering to the interests of his audience and reader.(Armstrony,2011:9). So to the question “was Shakespeare a lawyer?” we must reluctantly answer, “probably not”. Nevertheless, Shakespeare has influenced the law for four centuries thus far and will continue to do so, perhaps for eternity.

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