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Lear's Fool refers to the looking-glass as a symbol of what? a)self-knowledge...

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Lear's Fool refers to the looking-glass as a symbol of what?
a)self-knowledge
b)self-discovery
c)beauty
d)vanity

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Vanity. Look at Act III, scene 2. There he comments on how beautiful women always look at themselves in mirrors.

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self-confident

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beauty

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self-discovery

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