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William Shakespeare's King Lear tells the tragic story of the demiseof the British king as well as the fall of his three daughters At theplay's opening the aging king announces his decision to retire and hisplan to divide his land between his daughters Goneril Regan and Cordelia promising the greatest portion to the daughter who most convincinglydeclares her love for him in the presence of the girls Goneril's husband Regan's husband and his friends the Earls of Kent and Gloucester Whileboth of
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