ACT 4, Scene 4: the “Suicide Scene”: “Earl (Lear) Ed de Vere”, hemlocke

King Lear (Q1, 1608), 4.4., Earl Ed de Vere, weed, #1Fig. 1 King Lear (Q1, 1608), 4.4., plaintext, suicidal behavior?, #2Fig. 2:   Note:  “As mad as the vent sea . . . ”  = 17 letters.   King Lear (Q1, 1608), 4.4., ereV ed:VERE, hemlock, suicidal ideation?, #3Fig. 3 King Lear (Q1, 1608), 4.4., VERE:EREV ed, helpe him, #4Fig. 4 Is Act 4, Scene 4 — in fact, the entire play itself — a cry for help? King Lear (Q1, 1608), 4.4., plaintext, Cordelia, 5Fig. 5 King Lear (Q1, 1608), 4.4., VERE's distress, rage, #6Fig. 6

VIII. XI. MMXIV      

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