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King Lear- Act 2, Scene 4

tis worse than murder, to do upon respect
Lear- respect

fathers that bear bags shall see their children kind
Fool- sycophant daughters

we are not ourselves when nature, being oppressed, commands the mind to suffer with the body
Lear- natural emotions

thy half o’th’kingdom hast thou not forgot
Lear- debt of Regan

I pray you, father, being weak… you will return and sojourn with my sister
Regan- authorative

but yet art my flesh, my blood, my daughter, or rather a disease that’s in my flesh
Lear- rejection of Regan

What need you five and twenty?
goneril- rejecting Lears demands

o reason not the need!
Lear- gluttonous

I will do such things- what they are, yet I know not
Lear- rage

shut up your doors, my Lord, tis a wild night
Cornwall- foreshadowing

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