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King Lear

King Lear

  

by William Shakespeare

King Lear: Honesty Is Not The Best Policy True or False

1. To whom does Lear decide to leave his kingdom? -> His three daughters
2. To whom will Lear give the biggest piece of land? -> To whomever can prove they love him the most
3. Lear disowns one of his children - what does that child then do? -> Applies for a part in another Shakespeare play
4. Why does Gloucester make such an effort to ridicule his son, Edmund? -> Because he had wanted a daughter
5. What does Lear realize about Goneril and Regan? -> They’re no Sonny and Cher

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