|4/7: I am bound Upon a wheel of fire, that mine own tears Do scald like molten lead.
||Compassion & Reconciliation: Simile: King Lear (to Cordelia)
|5/3: Thou’st spoken right. ‘Tis true. The wheel is come full circle. I am here.
||Compassion & Reconciliation: Aphorism/Metaphor: Edmund(to Edgar)
|1/1: Come not between the dragon and his wrath.
||Madness/Deterioration: Metaphor: King Lear (to Kent)
|1/4: Thou hast pared thy wit o’ both sides and left nothing in the middle.
||Madness/Deterioration: Fool (to Lear)
|1/3: Old fools are babes again.
||Madness/Deterioration: Aphorism: Goneril
|2/3: I will (…) take the basest and most poorest shape.
|5/3: We two alone will sing like birds in the cage.
||Parent & Child: Aphorism: King Lear (to Cordelia)
|1/4: The hedge sparrow fed the cuckoo so long, That it had it head bit off by its young.
||Parent & Child: Metaphor: Fool
|2/1: My old heart is cracked; it’s cracked.
||Parent & Child: Amplification: Gloucester (about Edgar)