“They told me I was everything; tis a lie” p236
“Of Gloucester’s treachery and the loyal service of his son [Edmund]” p.217 inversion of the truth and justice.
Regan about Gloucester “Blind traitor” p229
Gloucester to Regan “Unmerciful lady as you are, I am true” p206
“Ancient love” p214
Goneril and Regan betrayal: We shall further think on’t. / We must do something, and I’ th’ heat.” P116
Kent: “A very honest hearted fellow and as poor as the king”
Cordelia: “No blown ambition doth our arms incite, but love, dear love and our aged father’s right” p227
Reconciliation Lear and Cordelia: “When thou dost ask me blessing, I’ll kneel down and ask of thee forgiveness; so we’ll live” poignant – tragedy bound to die.
Edmund forgives Edgar for killing him, an attempt at reconciliation “If thou beest noble, I do forgive thee”
“Pray now, forget and forgive” p250