1. What does Edmund produce as evidence of Gloucester’s treason?
2. What important information does the letter contain?
3. How does Cornwall reward Edmund for being his informant against Gloucester?
4. Why does Edmund call upon the heavens?
5. What will Cornwall do to Gloucester for his crime of treason?
6. What is Edmund’s main ambition?
7. What does Cornwall think might have been the cause of Edgar’s plot to murder his father?
8. What does Cornwall promise to do to replace Edmund’s loss of his...
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