Which scene in Shakespeare's King Lear is known as the "heath scene"?

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The "heath scene" you're referring to in Shakespeare's King Lear is most likely Act 3, Scene 2, in which King Lear and his Fool wander on a heath in the midst of a terrible storm. This scene is perhaps one of the most important moments in the play, as it focuses on one of the play's most...

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