King Lear

What does Lear's plan to grant his largest bounty to the daughter that loves him the most say about his character?

he want to give his land to the daughter that loves him the most. He makes his daughters tell him how much they love him.

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He's actually quite sure that his plan will guarantee that his favorite daughter will inherit his kingdom. He knows she loves him the most, and he's willing to fix the end result. The only thing he doesn't plan on is the fact that he will misunderstand her answer....... she doesn't say what's expected, although, she is the child who loves him the most.