History Heartwarming / KingLear

6th Sep '16 6:21:28 PM MisterDrBob2
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* After spending every moment on stage being a real jerkass, during the storm, Lear finally shows compassion for another human being when he asks his fool if he's cold, and lets him into the hovel first. As Charles Hutt put it in an episode of ''Series/SlingsAndArrows'':
-->''He's losing his mind, but on the way, he's finding his heart.''
10th Dec '12 7:34:58 PM Kingault
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* The scene where Lear reunites with Cordelia, especially when Cordelia reveals that she is ''not'' bitter as Lear had expected her to be.
17th Oct '12 7:19:21 PM Abodos
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* People will think I'm crazy, but I find the King of France's proposal to Cordelia in ''Theatre/KingLear'' to be truly sweet, romantic, and heartwarming, probably because he shows such staunch support for her in what (up until then) must be the most painful moment of her life.
** As this troper watched the production with Ian McKellen, she found the sheer fact that he loved her as the frank person she is and could care less about a dowry.

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* People will think I'm crazy, but I find the The King of France's proposal to Cordelia in ''Theatre/KingLear'' to be is truly sweet, romantic, and heartwarming, probably heartwarming because he shows such staunch support for her in what (up until then) must be the most painful moment of her life.
** As this troper watched the production with Ian McKellen, she found the sheer fact that he loved her as the frank person she is and could care less about a dowry.----
23rd Jun '12 4:18:25 AM FELH2
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* People will think I'm crazy, but I find the King of France's proposal to Cordelia in ''KingLear'' to be truly sweet, romantic, and heartwarming, probably because he shows such staunch support for her in what (up until then) must be the most painful moment of her life.

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* People will think I'm crazy, but I find the King of France's proposal to Cordelia in ''KingLear'' ''Theatre/KingLear'' to be truly sweet, romantic, and heartwarming, probably because he shows such staunch support for her in what (up until then) must be the most painful moment of her life.
26th Nov '11 7:26:12 PM CarolC
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** As this troper watched the production with Ian McKellen, she found the sheer fact that he loved her as the frank person she is and could care less about a dowry.
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