ANALYZING KING LEARíS TRAGIC FLAWS
King Lear is a play about a tragic hero, by the name of King Lear, whose flaws get the best of him. A tragic hero must posess three qualities. The first is they must have power, in other words, a leader. King Lear has the highest rank of any leader. He is a king. The next quality is they must have a tragic flaw, and King Lear has several
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s arrogance causes him to make ignorant decisions like the ones stated previously. Finally, both arrogance and ignorance pay tribute to his poor judgements. At the end of the play, King Lear stares his tragedy face to face. Soon after his startling mistakes, he dies. To sum it up, King Learís flaws, arrogance, ignorance, and misjudgments, leads to his destruction in this Shakespearean tragedy.
Shakespeare, William. King Lear. New York: Pocket Books, 1993.