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King Lear

William Shakespeare, 1606

King Lear is a selfish old man
who wants his daughters to compete
for his love. When they do the story
gets filled with cruelty and some
meaningless terrible disasters.
In the end, we are left with a terrifying
uncertainty and thoughts that we
should probably avoid having daughters
or from becoming old and burden
on our children.

A retrospective wisdom:
"Now that I am blind, I can
see that I have a poor judgement
skills," King Lear

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en/books.txt · Last modified: 2013/04/04 09:48 (external edit)