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In the conversation between King Lear and his knight in Act 1, Scene 4, what social/relational shift do both characters profess they have perceived?
That Lear is no longer treated with the deference with which he was once treated.
That the Duke of Albany is not treating either Regan or Goneril with as much kindness as he used to.
That Regan and Goneril have both become jealous of each other’s claims to the kingdom.
That Lear himself has become jealous of his daughters’ increasing influence.
That the fool has been grieving since the moment Oswald and the other servants began treating Lear disrespectfully.