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|Event:||FS-15 King Lear|
|Time:||10:00 to 3:30|
|Location:||Seabury Heritage Hall|
|Presenter:||Milla Reggio, Professor of English, Trinity College|
|Lecture and group discussion on Shakespeare's King Lear. The course will be an all-day program with a viewing of King Lear DVD/Video in the morning. There will then be a one and half hour lunch break; participants will return after lunch for the lecture and group discussion. King Lear is Shakespeare's most powerful study of aging - focusing on a man who acts rashly as he retires from his kingship, and then is treated horribly by two of his daughters, while the Duke of Gloucester is deceived and abused by his son. Both are redeemed by a loving child.|