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Shakespeare's Tragic Vision in "King Lear": A Religious Perspective with Rev. David Robb William Shakespeare, widely regarded as the greatest English dramatist of all time, is especially noted for his originality and experimental genius in several known genres of dramatic literature: Perhaps "King Lear" appears to rise above many of his other great works, especially in our contemporary situation, because, of all his plays, it appears most able to reflect the spiritual dilemmas of our time.
In many ways, "King Lear" is a religious drama—not because Shakespeare presents us with clear dogmatic religious options. But the play forces us to confront profoundly our own spiritual dilemmas—life and death,power and sacrifice, madness and truth, violence and compassion—in compelling ways. This spring, Glenda Jackson, the great English actress, will bring her interpretation of this role—a first for a female actress—to New York after her highly acclaimed performances this past year in London.
It seems then a particularly pertinent time to revisit this very powerful work of one of the most imaginative and insightful dramatists of all time.
King Lear, Acts 2 and 3 Rev. In addition to his ministry with All Souls, he is also a licensed psychotherapist and pastoral counselor with a practice in New York City, and an Associate of Kenwood Psychological Services.
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