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By the time of Lear’s re-entrance at the close of Act 5, Scene 3, his madness is such that
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he cannot distinguish between a dead body and a living one.
he accuses the play’s most compassionate characters of pitilessness.
he accuses the play’s most loyal characters of treachery.
he is reduced to repetitive speech.
his subjects question whether the world is ending.