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Introduction The following version of King Lear is based on the text in the authoritative Oxford Edition of Shakespeare's works, edited by W. The text numbers the lines, including those with stage directions such as "Enter" and "Exit. Characters King Lear : King of England and the main character, or protagonist. He is a headstrong old man who is blind to his weaknesses and misjudges his three daughters, believing that the two evil daughters have his best interests at heart and that his good and selfless daughter opposes him.
He undergoes great suffering that opens his eyes and ennobles his character. Whether there was a historical Lear is uncertain. Goneril, Regan : Selfish, greedy daughters of Lear who pretend to love him when he announces that he will gives them shares of his kingdom.
Later, they treat him cruelly. Cordelia : Loyal and unselfish daughter of Lear. He disowns her after confusing her honesty with insolence. She continues to love her father in spite of his rejection of her. Duke of Burgundy : Suitor of Cordelia. He decides to reject her after Lear disowns her. King of France : Suitor of Cordelia. He marries her even though Lear has disowned her. Duke of Cornwall : Regan's husband, who is just as cruel as she is.
Duke of Albany : Goneril's husband. He turns against her when he realizes that she is an evil schemer. Earl of Kent : True and honest friend of Lear who remains loyal even after the king banishes him. Like Lear, he is old and self-important; like Lear, he misjudges his children and undergoes suffering that makes him a better man. However, Gloucester is less forceful and demanding than Lear and more given to compromise.
Such qualities make him a foil of Lear. Edgar : Gloucester's loyal son and heir. He resembles Cordelia in his loyalty to hid father. Edmund : Gloucester's evil bastard son. He resembles Goneril and Regan in his disloyalty to his father. Fool : Jester loyal to Lear and Cordelia. The fool is a walking paradox—that is, he is the wisest character in play in that he is the only character who understands the motivations of Lear, his daughters, and other characters.