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What is the setting of "King Lear"?
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The play "King Lear" is based on the legend of a king of Britain in ancient times. Much of the action takes place in Lear's palace. Other settings include Gloucester's castle and a farmhouse near it, the Duke of Albany's palace, a forest, a heath, and a field near the town of Dover where both the British and the French armies have set up encampments.
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Posted by linda-allen on November 12, 2008 at 4:49 AM (Answer #1)
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