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|In response to her father's solicitations, Cordelia has said nothing. Literally, “|
Nothing.” “Nothing?,” Lear asks dumbfoundedly. “Nothing.” But nothing can
possibly come from nothing, says Lear, summoning the many great minds before
|Nevertheless, although neglected by critics unfamiliar with the dramatic |
importance of the Renaissance religious milieu, Lear's repeated exclamation in
the first-act exposition, "Nothing will come of nothing" recalls a meaning that was
|Chapter 2 MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING IN THE RUBÁIYÁT Daniel Karlin In the |
opening scene of King Lear, at the climax ... Nothing will come of nothing, speak
again.1 Lear's retort plays on a familiar axiom in classical philosophy, ex nihilo ...
|The sweet and bitter fool will presently appear, The one in motley here, the other |
found out there. lear Dost thou call me fool, boy? fool ... ''Nothing can be made of
nothing'' echoes Lear's reply to Cordelia: ''How, nothing will come of nothing.
|1805Songs for Nursery 3 The north wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, |
And what will poor Robin do then? Poor thing! 1980A. T. ELLISBirds of ... If you
have none, the learned gentleman here knows nothing can come of nothing.
|His aim is to invert our ordinary understanding of the concepts "truth" and "|
nothing." Lear's admonition to Cordelia in the first scene was, "Nothing will come
of nothing." Now the Fool would have Lear reconsider what really was nothing in
|Shares provocative and revelatory answers to such philosophical conundrums as the origins of the universe and how it will end, offering scientific explanations about the immense process through which life evolved.|
|From the moment that Lear removes his crown and kingship, he starts down a |
path that leads toward “nothing,” a key word ... Lear: Nothing? Cordelia: Nothing.
Lear: Nothing will come of nothing. Speak again. (1.1.86–90) Like the repetition
|of Lear's staged divestiture in a halting exchange of the word 'nothing': L647'. . . . |
what C811 YOU say IO CIIQW A third more opulent than your sisters? Speak.
Cord. Nothing, my lord. Lear. Nothing? Cord. Nothing. Lear. Nothing will come of
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