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ughters lust for power and led, ultimately, to their betrayal.
It is at this point in the play when we see man not only as animal but poorer than one.
Yet out of all this decay and suffering man seems to triumph. Lear, having experienced in his personal world, the destruction of human right and order, thus gains insight into the injustices and frailties of mankind. In his madness Lear is able to see reality.