I linguaggi di Lear
The essay explores King Lear’s diverse languages, particularly focussing on the Fool’s use of puns – which, not coincidentally, becomes prominent after Lear’s division of the kingdom. By exposing the rupture between appearance and substance, between truth and meaning, the play’s linguistic games reveal the semantic, ethical and ontological crisis that is inherent in the birth of modernity.
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