King Lear (Madness)

“Nothing will come of nothing: speak again” Lear does not accept Cordelia’s answer in the ‘love test’ and demands her to answer again.
“O let me not be mad, not mad, sweet heaven!” Lear compares his madness to the torments of hell and struggles frantically to retain his wits.
“Let it be so, thy truth then be thy dower” Lear banishes Cordelia from the kingdom and leaves her with nothing.
“Well then legitimate Edgar, I must have your land” In his soliloquy, Edmund is determined to get all of his brother’s possessions.
“Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks!” Lear is out on the Heath and is asking the weather to destroy the earth.
“I’ll see their trial first” Lear is mad in the hovel and pretends his daughters are on trial.
“His wits are gone” As Lear is asleep, Kent confesses to Gloucester that Lear had turned mad.
“This feather stirs; she lives” Lear is devastated when Cordelia is dead that he becomes so desperate and makes himself believe she is still alive.