1. Why does Kent prefer not to reveal his true identity to anyone except Cordelia?
2. In what way has the King’s attire been changed?
3. Why is the King able to sleep so well?
4. How long has it been since Cordelia has seen her father?
5. When Lear awakens, where does he think he has been?
6. Is Lear angry at Cordelia in this scene?
7. How does Cordelia feel when her father finally recognizes her as his daughter?
8. Why does the doctor want Cordelia and the others to leave the King alone after they have...
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