|3 ways violence is portrayed within the play?
||-Lear cursing his daughters-Gloucester getting his eyes removed-Random, justly or not
|What way is violence conveyed when Lear threatens violence?
||Through hyperbolic language
|Quote of Lear threatening violence?
||“All the stored vengeances of heaven fall/On her ingrateful top! Strike her young bones,”
|What way is violence shown in Gloucester’s eye cutting?
||Graphic that it had to be censored sometimes
|Quote for Gloucester losing his eyes?
||“Out, vile jelly” and Regan plucks his beard
|What ways is random violence shown?
||Chaos and killing of anyone such as Cordelia and Edmund
|Quotes for just violence?
||“Thy arm may do thee justice: here is mine.”
|Quotes for unjust violence?
||“Why should a dog, a horse, a rat, have life,And thou no breath at all?”