Why is King Lear important?
The plot is well known. Lear is the ruler of Britain, a self-centered ancient man, who chooses to isolate his kingdom among his three girls concurring to their communicated fondness for him. Goneril, who is hitched to the duke of Albany, and Regan, hitched to the duke of Cornwall, deceptively declare luxurious cherish for him. The single Cordelia is legitimate is saying she cherishes him concurring to her obligation. Lear furiously gives her parcel of the kingdom to her sisters. The two sisters, after taking over, turn against their father, inevitably hurling him out of their entryways into a storm.
Lear cries against the destinies, banters with his trick, and loses his intellect. The earl of Gloucester who stands up for the ancient ruler has his eyes put out. Lear is taken by another loyal master to Dover, where Cordelia who has hitched the ruler of France gets him. Goneril and Regan got to be rivals and both kick the bucket in a murder-suicide. The French attack Britain but are vanquished.
The conclusion we know nowadays has Lear detained and Cordelia hanged. Lear passes on from guilt-ridden melancholy, his dead daughter’s body in his arms, within the final miserable scene.