The Development Of Gloucester, Albany and Lear
People going through changes throughout their life is a universally known
concept. In many novels the authors attempt to trace the development of the characters.
By showing the evolution of the characters is what sometimes determines the quality of
the literary piece. It is on the agenda of great writing critics to critique the authors’
development of characters. Many lessons have been taught on the tragedy King Lear,
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of Gloucester, Albany and
Lear: from irrational to sensible, subservient to self-determined and from oblivious to
observant respectively. One of the reasons King Lear has been considered one of the
greatest literary pieces is because Shakespeare superbly shows the development of these
characters. It is the progression of his characters that makes the tragedy so interesting and
enjoyable. The concept that people go through changes thoughout their life is an
underlying theme throughout the play.