1. In his soliloquy, what does Edmund want to take from his legitimate half-brother Edgar?
2. What is the piece of paper Edmund is supposedly hiding from his father? What does it say?
3. What is Gloucester’s reaction to the letter?
4. Give an example of alliteration in Edmund’s soliloquy.
5. What does Edmund think of his father’s view of nature?
6. What does Edmund tell Edgar about his father?
7. What does Edmund tell Edgar he must do if he intends to walk in public?
8. Where is Edgar instructed to...
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