Word Cloud for "King Lear" by William Shakespeare.

Word Cloud for "King Lear"



This book was authored by William Shakespeare. (1564 - 1616)

Area, genre or subject: Tragedies.






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The Bag of Words In "King Lear" (Main Words):


seeme appeares dukes often yong mother sent remember attend lords gloster word childe breath onely sense alone highnesse remaine marre right obey marry peace rest kind cals effects addition fall lear dutie answere loose breake durst fare wilt bids shape present ought displeasure therefore almost vnnaturall purpose grace lost cordelia sorry farewell eies stood shame iudgement yeares disposition plague honest either hope brothers taste faine maintaine worse dare writ feele find moone twixt goes farre gentleman grow answer said lookes plaine seene going teach another marke sweet hadst left forth whereof trouble beate teares cause plucke kinde each ones side smell comming sword defend blood bound spirits bold whether strength darke neither knowes flesh ancient dead same behold once something edgar tooke chance sound seruant twas horse food worst shut blow hard shew white talke seemes weepe proud ayre ready earle glouster edmund done pitty change leade madam drum appeare yond name trumpet

husband knaue came france shake businesse long speech euen true sure faire last againe least fortunes returne backe sisters hand carry betweene hence hundred part royall power feare gods fiue found liues within little leaue pardon beseech many reason without want knowne beene stands cast face worth himselfe further blame sleepe liue brought matter heard winde late wisedome vnder brother instant told serue knights through stay shalt slaue rather hither none needs weare gaue whipt lady fire prythee else small giues about course house gone things fortune gainst meanes death strange send letters heauens aske fiend friends proue

thought king more duke then which that make haue this sonne cannot being some though world before there good must know noble lord loue better hath away shall enter time from them toward lesse will daughters great made their heere tell since both doth where nature with speake first what much father makes these thee thine finde very comes selfe other most your deere poore whose draw nothing come heart into those they when take halfe neuer like whom hold well thou daughter here giue fathers call euer master best life against still vpon foule dost heare hast place turne thus such would should thing sister thinke night full looke bring pray stand letter seeke till were owne downe after mine follow strike euery keepe foole fellow head beare mans eyes could might



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