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Works Cited

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  2. Arden Shakespeare CD-ROM: Texts and Sources for Shakespeare Studies. Thomas Nelson, 1997.
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  28. Shakespeare, William. King Lear (1970). Director: Peter Brook. Principal actors: Paul Schofield, Cyril Cusack, Tom Fleming, Patrick Magee, Alan Webb, Irene Worth. Black and white film. Filmways, Inc., in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company, released by Columbia Pictures.
  29. ------. King Lear (1984). Director: Michael Elliot. Principal Actors: Laurence Olivier, Colin Blakely, Anna Calder-Marshall, John Hurt, Jeremy Kemp, Robert Lang, Robert Lindsay, Leo McKern, Diana Rigg, David Threlfall, Dorothy Tutin.
  30. ------. King Lear (1988). Tony Davenall. Principal actors: Patrick Magee, Ray Smith, Wendy Allnut, Ann Lynn, Beth Harris, Ronald Radd, Patrick Mower and Robert Coleby. Thames Television.
  31. ------. King Lear (1998). Director: Richard Eyre. Principal actors: Ian Holm, Barbara Flynn, Amanda Redman, David lyon, Michael Simkins, Victoria Hamilton, Adrian Irvine. BBC and the Royal National Theatre.
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