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Douglas Murray: King Lear by William Shakespeare

PragerU The Book Club with Michael KnowlesMar 23, 2021

Broken families are detrimental to society— it’s been proven throughout history. Douglas Murray and Michael Knowles summarize William Shakespeare’s tragedy, King Lear, and its themes of power, justice, blindness, and chaos played out through the severed relationship between a father and his children.

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