King Lear: Quotes, Themes and Literary Devices

I am a man More sinned against than sinning. Justice: King Lear
Now, gods, stand up for bastards! Justice: Edmund
As flies to wanton boys are we to the gods. Justice: Simile/Hyperbaton: Gloucester
We have no such daughter. Appearance vs Reality: Hyperbole: King Lear (about Cordelia)
Have more than thou showest, Speak less than thou knowest. Appearance vs Reality: Aphorism: Fool (to Lear)
Sir, I love you more than words can wield the matter. Appearance vs Reality: Hyperbole: Goneril
Nothing can come of nothing: speak again. Chaos vs Authority: Aphorism: King Lear
The younger rises when the old doth fall. Chaos vs Authority: Aphorism: Edmund
‘Edgar’ I nothing am. Chaos vs Authority: Hyperbaton: Edgar
Time’s plague when madmen lead the blind. Chaos vs Authority: Aphorism: Gloucester
I am bound Upon a wheel of fire Compassion & Reconciliation: Simile: King Lear (to Cordelia)
The wheel is come full circle. I am here. Compassion & Reconciliation: Aphorism/Metaphor: Edmund(to Edgar)
Burst Smilingly Nature: Gloucester
Thou, Nature, art my goddess. Nature: Edmund
[Plucks Gloucester’s beard] Betrayal/Vengeance: Regan
A man may see how this world goes with no eyes. Blindness: Aphorism: King Lear
I have no way, and there want no eyes. Blindness: Metaphor: Gloucester
See better, Lear Blindness: Metaphor: Kent
Come not between the dragon and his wrath. Madness/Deterioration: Metaphor: King Lear (to Kent)
the basest and most poorest shape. Madness/Deterioration: Edgar
More sinned against than sinning Madness/Deterioration: Lear
We two alone will sing like birds in the cage. Parent & Child: Aphorism: King Lear (to Cordelia)
My old heart is cracked Parent & Child: Amplification: Gloucester (about Edgar)
His knights grow riotous The knights being loud and riotous is grinding on her, in her domain they have become drunk and rowdy – reference to king james creating hundreds of new knights indiscriminately when he became king?