King Lear

what are the judgements of mankind issued against Goneril and Regan in Lear's court?

act 3 sence 5

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Lear broods on Regan’s and Goneril’s ingratitude and tom refers to them as dogs. Regan and Goneril move ever closer to their tragic ends as they progress substantially in their evil, as evidenced through their desire to kill Lear and the blinding of Gloucester. Regan, thought at first to be the tenderer of the two by Lear, leads the charge against Gloucester.