Sajid Malik In: Drama Write a note on Feminism in King Lear by Shakespeare. Write a note on Feminism in King Lear by Shakespeare. King LearShakespeare 1 Answer Lucifer Morningstar When angels fall, they also rise 6 Questions 268 Answers 126 Best Answers 1,309 Points View Profile Lucifer Morningstar When angels fall, they also rise Added an answer on July 27, 2019 at 11:40 pm Feminism in King Lear explores two different strands of womanhood. On one hand is Cordelia, caring and compassionate and adhering to the popular image of womanly behaviour. On the flip side are Goneril and Regina who are barbaric and ambitious. They are devoid of emotions and are even more lustful and aggressive than their husbands. the seemingly despondent reaction of Lear when he learns about his dependence on his daughters may also point at the unacceptability of women as wise and just rulers. This creates a rather masculine portrayal of the female gender and a dismissal of them as worthy leaders in society. 1 Login to Reply Share Share Share on WhatsApp Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Select as best answer Sorry, you do not have a permission to answer to this question.