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Express different points in king lear

Shakespeare uses all sorts of images to express different points in King Lear. One of those images is animals and I believe they are the most powerful images in the whole play. Shakespeare’s imagination is that of wild and menacing creatures with very cruel instincts. One of these creatures just so happens to be a dragon. Dragons are very possessive and always full of fire. No greater example of this would be in Act 1, Scene 1 where Lear compares himself to a dragon when he states “come not between the dragon and his wrath”. With this line, Shakespeare has managed to establish with the audience that Lear is a human version of a dragon.

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