Lord of the Flies

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Laura Amy Schlitz

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10. Final Analysis: The Real Tragedy.

King Lear

William Shakespeare, 1608
Famous for: Betrayal, madness, death … and the squelching of freshly-plucked eyes.

No joke. Dark as King Lear may be, we actually found ourselves laughing our way through at least part of this play. (All the death and drama and blood and betrayal started to seem like black comedy after a while, you know?) But Act Five changed all that. Here’s the Recap on the true tragedy of Lear.

 

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