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Kent is holding a letter from Cordelia at the end of Act 2, Scene 2.
What does it say?
That Kent ought not to be concealed in such a shameful way.
That time, in its natural course, will rectify the situation.
That she is on her way from France to support Kent however she can.
That her union with France was a most fortunate turn of events.
That she will find a way to set right the circumstances at home.