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Early Act 2, Scene 2, Oswald says to Kent: “Why, what a monstrous fellow art thou.” What reasons does Oswald have for saying this?
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Kent has not given Oswald a generous welcome.
Kent has just led Oswald’s horse into the mud.
Kent has just listed off a catalogue of disparaging epithets describing Oswald.
Oswald does not remember that he and Kent fought outside of Albany's palace just two days ago, and Kent has responded antagonistically to his apparent forgetfulness.
Kent has threatened violence against Oswald.