The Mistreatment In King Lear

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King Lear written by Shakespeare, emphasises on elder mistreatment shown through two elderly characters who were mistreated by their own children. Isolation and neglect are the two contributing factors leading to the mistreatment of these elders are visible throughout numerous scenes. In today's society, the importance of youth, fame and success produces conflict to the concerns of those who deserves more attention. Therefore, the elders in today's society are not appreciated enough of their value. The mistreatment in King Lear’s emphasizes Lear to his two oldest daughters, Gloucester to Edmund, and the linking of Lear's treatment to today's society.
The mistreatment of King Lear from his two oldest daughters had established a problem in

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