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Welcome to Mrs. Jee's King Lear Wikispace!

"I am a man more sinned against then sinning." (3.2.63-64)

Expectations are shattered, causing the characters of King Lear to undergo intense suffering as they enter a tumultuous world where kings are fools and honest men are condemned as traitors.

This page has been created as a resource during our study of King Lear. Use the discussion boards as a way to voice your thoughts, questions, and musings. Let us hear thine voice, for nothing will come of nothing.

Links on Lear

**Click here for a character list.
*Click here for a list of quotations from King Lear.
*Click here for some interesting facts about King Lear and the Elizabethan era.
*Click here for a great essay about King Lear and the nature of disguise.

Stuff about Shakespeare

*Click here for Absolute Shakespeare, a comprehensive guide to all things Shakespeare, including Will's biography, pictures, trivia, poems, and films.
*Click here for some random facts about the Bard.
*Click here to learn how to speak like a proper Elizabethan. Generate your very own Elizabethan insult!