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Lear et scurra procellosi.

King Lear est tragoedia a Gulielmo Shakesperio docta. Descensum per gradus in furorem Lear senis pingit postquam regnum, blandimentis corruptus, in partes binis e suis filiis tribus tribuit, qua pro causa omnes damno miserabiliter afficiuntur. Ludus, e fabula traditionali ortus de quodam Leir Britannico, mythologico rege Celtico, qui antequam Romani advenerant regnabat, latissime ad scaenam pelliculasque accommodatus est, primis partibus a pluribus e perpolitis orbis terrarum histrionibus cupide appetitis.

Tragoedia confecta est inter annos fere 1603 et 1606, edita in quarto anno 1608, et in editione in folio (titulo Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories & Tragedies) anno 1623 complexa.

Historia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Lear est octogenarius Britanniae rex. Frustra conatur rerum perturbationem defugere, unde regnum tripartito dividit, filiis Goneril, Regan, et Cordeliae tradens.

Trivia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Opera "Lear" tragoediam Shakesperii sequens a compositore Ariberto Reimann annis ab 1976 ad 1978 facta est.

Nexus interni

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King Lear : Index personarum
Gulielmus Shakesperius
Lear, rex Britanniae · Rex Franciae · Dux Burgundiae · Dux Cornubiae · Dux Albaniae · Comes Cantiae · Comes Glocestriae · Edgar, Glocestriensis comitis filius · Edmund, Glocestriensis comitis filius nothus · Curan, aulicus · Oswald, procurator Goneril · Senex, Glocestriensis comitis vilicus · Medicus · Scurra regis Lear · Capitanus Edmundi sectator · Ingenuus Cordeliae minister · Nuntius · Servi ducis Cornubiensis

Goneril, Regan et Cordelia, filiae regis Lear

Equites sectatores Lear, ingenui, nuntii, milites, ministri