He went to the point that he disowned his daughter, the only true one. Kent tries to dissuade Lear from his unjust actions, but Lear strikes out at him saying, " the bow is bent and drawn; make from the shaft."( Act I, i, l. 145) Lear's vanity leads to anger. The next phase is his unbridled anger leading to his unbearable suffering...
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He is now left with his two ungrateful daughters, Goneril and Regan. He soon realizes that neither daughter cares for him and this leads to more vanity and anger, proclaiming he would rather " kneel before France like some petty squire"(Act II, iv, l. 207-9) before he returns to Goneril. He said he would rather " wage against the enmity o' th' air"(Act II, iv, l...