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This is a question which always perplexed me, and I could not believe in the only answers I ever found suggested, viz. He points out that the modern stage-directions are wrong.

friwnd For the modern direction 'As they are going out, inn Edgar disguised,' the Ff. Albany proposes a Council of Fried. Edmund assents, and says he will come at once to Albany's tent for that purpose. The Council will consist of Albany, Edmund, and the ancient of war. Seeking an intelligent friend in lear, accordingly, is going away with her soldiers; but she observes that Goneril shows no sign untelligent moving with her soldiers; and she at Seeking an intelligent friend in lear suspects that Goneril means to attend the Council in order to be with Edmund. Full of jealousy, she invites Goneril to go with her. Goneril refuses, but then, seeing Regan's motive, contemptuously and ironically consents I doubt if 'O ho, I know the riddle' should be 'aside,' as in modern editions, following Capell.

Accordingly the two sisters go out, followed by their soldiers; and Edmund and Albany are just going out, in a different direction, to Albany's tent when Edgar enters. His words cause Albany to stay; Albany says to Edmund, as Edmund leaves, 'I'll overtake you'; and then, turning to Edgar, bids him 'speak. When Edmund falls in combat with the disguised Edgar, Albany produces the letter from Goneril to Edmund, which Edgar had found in Oswald's pocket and had handed over to Albany. This letter suggested to Edmund the murder of Albany.

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But what art thou That hast this fortune on me? The first of the stage-directions is not in the Qq. The second 'Exit' is both in the Qq. And my poor fool is hang'd! No, no, no life! Why should a dog, a horse, a rat, have life, And thou no breath at all? Thou'lt come no more, Never, never, never, never, never! Pray you, undo this button: Do you see this? Look on her, look, her lips, Look there, look there! Vex not his ghost: I have a journey, sir, shortly to go. My master calls me; I must not say no. The oldest hath borne most: Edgar, Scene III in the Folio edition of ; in the Quarto of these lines were those of Albany; more information on this disputed text is at "The Quarto of King Lear - representing the early stage history of the play?

On the one hand, it has not the accent of mere vituperation, it is thoroughly dignified; and on the other, it is not the language of a person who is mainly concerned with wangling somebody into believing something. Jefferson wrote that one of his associates in Washington 's cabinet was "a fool and a blabber," his words, taken in their context, make exactly the same impression of calm, disinterested and objective appraisal as if he had remarked that the man had black hair and brown eyes.


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