Various Interpretations of “Nature” in William Shakespeare’s King Lear

Various Interpretations of “Nature” in William Shakespeare
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Sub Topics: William Shakespeare’s King Lear as a drama of ideas essentially preoccupied with Nature in all its vastness

Key Words: King Lear, William Shakespeare, drama of ideas, Nature, Morality plays, Shavian plays, Elizabethan thought, Coleridge

It is possible to look upon King Lear as a drama of ideas embodying forth “the meanings of the single word Nature”, being essentially preoccupied with Nature in all its vastness. It is not, however, a drama of ideas in the sense of the medieval Morality plays or modern Shavian plays; it is a peculiar creation of Shakespeare, his Novum Organum of Elizabethan thought and times.
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