When Cornwall is about to gouge out Gloucester's second eye, a servant opposes him and fights Cornwall and wounds him. This opposition demonstrates the effects of the chaos and Regan comments "A peasant stand up thus?"(3.7.80). This is the beginning of many events where servants stand against their lords and begin to act on their own...
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This is the beginning of many events where servants stand against their lords and begin to act on their own. This is demonstrated when the other two servants decide to "follow the old earl, and get the Bedlam/ To lead him where he would" (3.7.105-106) and also to "fetch some flax and white eggs/ To apply to his bleeding face" (3...