Titles from KING LEAR

William Dyce: King Lear and the Fool in the Storm

(Allusion to characters in the play)
  • M. Bradley Kellogg & William B. Rossow: Lear's Daughters, two-book series title (The Wave and the Flame and Reign of Fire)
  • Rebecca B. Gauss: Lear's Daughters: The Studios of the Moscow Art Theatre 1905-1927
  • And your large speeches may your deeds approve, That good effects may spring from words of love. (I,i)

    Cordelia's Portion
    Ford Madox Brown: Cordelia's Portion
  • Pearl S. Buck: Words of Love
  • Benjamin Whitley, comp.: Words of Love
  • Eileen Winwood: Words of Love
  • Connie Harrison: Words of Love
  • Tina Reed: Words of Love
  • Tina Reed: Words of Love II: The Romance Continues: Expressions of Affection and Desire
  • Michael Blake, ed.: Words of Love: A Collection of Winning Short Stories, Essays, and Poems by America's Young Writers
  • Jordan L. Linfield, ed.: Words of Love: Romantic Quotations from Plato to Madonna
  • Susan Kelz Sperling: Lost Words of Love
  • Richard Sutphen: Sometimes the Words of Love Have No Words
  • Jacy Showers: Sunshine and Shadows: Words of Love and Loneliness
  • What, in the least,
    Will you require in present dower with her,
    Or cease your quest of love? (I,I)
  • Jacquetta Hawkes: Quest of Love
  • These late eclipses in the sun and moon portend no good to us. Though the wisdom of Nature can reason it thus and thus, yet Nature finds itself scourged by the sequent effects. Love cools, friendship falls off, brothers divide. (I,ii)
  • Dayton D. Foster: The Wisdom of Nature
  • Robert Augros: The New Biology: Discovering the Wisdom of Nature
  • W. Edward Blain: Love Cools
  • Edmund Fuller: Brothers Divided
  • Turn all her mother's pains and benefits
    To laughter and contempt; that she may feel
    How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is
    To have a thankless child! (I,iv)

    Folger Library
    King Lear frieze, Folger Library
  • Simon R. Green: Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth
  • Marthedith Furnas: A Serpent's Tooth
  • Bithia Mary Croker: A Serpent's Tooth
  • Robert E. Swindells: A Serpent's Tooth
  • Christopher P. Andersen: The Serpent's Tooth
  • Diana L. Paxson: The Serpent's Tooth
  • Catherine Lim: The Serpent's Tooth
  • Margaret Bacon: The Serpent's Tooth
  • Sara Woods: Serpent's Tooth
  • Denis Kilcommons: Serpent's Tooth
  • Franklin W. Dixon: The Serpent's Tooth Mystery
  • Roger Milliss: Serpent's Tooth: An Auto- biographical Novel
  • Faye Kellerman: Serpent's Tooth: A Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus Novel
  • Doug Moench: James Bond 007: Serpent's Tooth
  • Frank Swinnerton: Thankless Child
  • Th' untented woundings of a father's curse
    Pierce every sense about thee! (I,iv)
  • Honoré de Balzac: A Father's Curse and Other Stories
  • Alphonse M. Grussi: The Father's Curse
  • Touch me with noble anger,
    And let not women's weapons, water drops,
    Stain my man's cheeks.
    . . .
    What they are, yet I know not; but they shall be
    The terrors of the earth. (II,iv)
  • Doris G. Bargen: A Woman's Weapon: Spirit Possession in The Tale of Genji
  • Stanton Forbes: The Terrors of the Earth
  • Shut up your doors, my lord; 'tis a wild night.
    My Regan counsels well. Come out o' th' storm. (II,iii)

    Edwin Austin Abbey: King Lear
  • Elinore Denniston: Wild Night
  • Rae Foley: Wild Night
  • L. J. Washburn: Wild Night
  • Arthur LeRoy Kaser: Out of the Storm
  • Jan S. Doward: Out of the Storm
  • Grace Livingston Hill: Out of the Storm
  • Patricia Willis: Out of the Storm
  • Michael Thorpe: Out of the Storm
  • Catherine George: Out of the Storm
  • William Hope Hodgson: Out of the Storm: Uncollected Fantasies
  • Noah Andre Trudeau: Out of the Storm: The End of the Civil War, April-June, 1865
  • Michael deCourcy Hinds: The Troubled American Family: Which Way Out of the Storm?
  • Who's there besides foul weather? (III,i)
  • George Fort Gibbs: Foul Weather
  • Strives in his little world of man to outscorn
    The to-and-fro conflicting wind and rain. (III,i)
  • J. B. Bamborough: The Little World of Man
  • Rian James: Little World
  • Stella Benson: The Little World
  • Millicent Peppard De Mone: The Little World
  • Cooper Edens: The Little World
  • Ida R. Outhwaite: The Little World of Elves and Fairies
  • Manly Palmer Hall: The Little World of PRS: A Field Tour of the Philosophical Research Society
  • David Cannadine: This Little World: Value of the Novels of Francis Brett Young as a Guide to the State of Midland Society
  • Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! Rage, blow! (III,ii)
  • Wanda von Kettler: Blow, Wind
  • I am a man
    More sinned against than sinning. (III,ii)
  • John L. Carleton: More Sinned Against Than Sinning
  • In such a night
    To shut me out! Pour on, I will endure.
    In such a night as this! (III,iv)
  • Oswald McCall: In Such a Night As This
  • Babette Deutsch: In Such a Night
  • Anthony Quayle: On Such a Night
  • Zella Wallace: On Such a Night
  • Norah Kelly: On Such a Night
  • Bless thy five wits! Tom's a-cold. (III,iv)
  • John Collier: Tom's A-cold
  • Served the lust of my mistress' heart and did the act of darkness with her.
    . . .
    False of heart, light of ear, bloody of hand...(III,iv)
  • John Peale Bishop: Act of Darkness
  • Francis Henry King: Act of Darkness
  • Jane Haddam: Act of Darkness
  • Phyllis Hastings: An Act of Darkness
  • Elizabeth Hewitt: False of Heart
  • Keep thy foot out of brothels, thy hand out of plackets, thy pen from lenders' books, and defy the foul fiend. (III,iv)
  • John Collier: Defy the Foul Fiend
  • Lear. So, so. We'll go to supper i' th' morning.
    Fool. And I'll go to bed at noon. (III,vi)
  • Stephen Haggard: I'll Go to Bed at Noon
  • As flies to wanton boys, are we to the gods,
    They kill us for their sport. (IV,i)
  • Derek Lomas: As Flies to Wanton Boys
  • Richard Oke: Wanton Boys
  • Mark Oliver: The Wanton Boys
  • Humanity must perforce prey on itself,
    Like monsters of the deep. (IV,ii)
  • Thomas Helm: Monsters of the Deep
  • Stewart Ross: Monsters of the Deep
  • Saviour Pirotta: Monsters of the Deep
  • Norman S. Barrett: Monsters of the Deep
  • William Wise: Monsters of the Deep
  • Eulalia Garcia et al.: Giant Squid: Monsters of the Deep
  • Gardner Soule: Mystery Monsters of the Deep
  • Ay, every inch a king;
    When I do stare, see how the subject quakes. (IV,vi)
  • Celia E. Gardner: Every Inch a King
  • Josephine C. Sawyer: Every Inch a King
  • John Cargill: Every Inch a King
  • Gary Graves: Every Inch a King
  • Princess Pilar and Desmond Chapman-Huston: Every Inch a King
  • Sergio Correa de Costa: Every Inch a King: A Biography of Dom Pedro I, First Emperor of Brazil
  • Joan Fleming: Every Inch a Lady: A Murder of the Fifties
  • Beatrice Lilly: Every Other Inch a Lady
  • Douglas J. Cock: Every Other Inch a Methodist
  • Joseph Wilson Turner: Every Inch a Man
  • Henrietta Stannard: Every Inch a Soldier
  • John Strange Winter: Every Inch a Soldier
  • William P. Head: Every Inch a Soldier: Augustine Warner Robins and the Building of U.S. Airpower
  • Plate sin with gold,
    And the strong lance of justice hurtless breaks. (IV,vi)
  • John MacArthur Maguire: The Lance of Justice: A Semi-Centennial History of the Legal Aid Society
  • O, matter and impertinency mixed!
    Reason in madness! (IV,vi)
  • M. D. Niv: Reason in Madness: An Existential Approach to Psychiatric Disorders
  • When we are born, we cry that we are come
    To this great stage of fools. (IV,vi)
  • Leonard Merrick: This Stage of Fools
  • Charles Andrew Brady: Stage of Fools
  • You do me wrong to take me out o' th' grave;
    Thou art a soul in bliss; but I am bound
    Upon a wheel of fire. (IV,vii)
  • Thomas Joseph Campbell: Out of the Grave: The Discovery of Fort St. Charles in 1908
  • John Van Houten Dippel: Bound upon a Wheel of Fire: Why So Many German Jews Made the Tragic Decision To Remain in Nazi Germany
  • Arlo Bates: A Wheel of Fire
  • Hugo Seelig: Wheel of Fire
  • Victor Valle: Calendar of Souls, Wheel of Fire
  • Men must endure
    Their going hence, even as their coming hither;
    Ripeness is all. (V,ii)
  • Eric Linklater: Ripeness Is All
  • V. Sivaramakrishnan, ed.: Ripeness Is All: N. Raghunatha Aiyar Birth Centenary Commemoration Volume 1893-1993
  • So we'll live,
    And pray, and sing, and tell old tales, and laugh
    At gilded butterflies.
    . . .
    And take upon 's the mystery of things,
    As if we were God's spies. (V,iii)
  • Philippa Pullar: Gilded Butterflies: The Rise and Fall of the London Season
  • Akeji Sumiyoshi: The Mystery of Things: Evocation of the Japanese Supernatural
  • Don Nigro: God's Spies
  • Upon such sacrifices, my Cordelia,
    The gods themselves throw incense. (V,iii)
  • Isaac Asimov: The Gods Themselves
  • The wheel is come full circle. (V,iii)

    1608 Quarto

    George Romney: Lear

    Tom o' Bedlam
    John Hamilton Mortimer: Edgar

    William Blake: Lear and Cordelia in Prison

    Death of Cordelia
    James Barry: King Lear Weeping
    over the Dead Body of Cordelia
  • Margaret Gadd Fowlkes: Come Full Circle
  • John H. Crowe: Coming Full Circle
  • E. L. Jones et al.: Coming Full Circle: Economic History of the Pacific Rim
  • Nancy VanArsdall: Coming Full Circle: Honoring the Rhythms of Relationships
  • Peter Matlon, ed.: Coming Full Circle: Farmers' Participation in the Development of Technology
  • N. Cohen: Coming Full Circle: Successful Recycling Today
  • Joe Ryan: Coming Full Circle: A Journey of Self-Discovery and Growth
  • John Collier: Full Circle
  • Henry Cecil: Full Circle
  • Alicia Brandon: Full Circle
  • Grace Lumpkin: Full Circle
  • Jim Crager: Full Circle
  • Loretto Rose Lawler: Full Circle
  • Rhoda Hoff: Full Circle
  • Charles J. Quirk: Full Circle
  • Hendricka Elizabeth Palmer: Full Circle
  • Elinor Mordaunt: Full Circle
  • Allan Burgis: Full Circle
  • Sydney Fairbairn Rowell: Full Circle
  • Violet L. Gregory: Full Circle
  • Rosemary Hammond: Full Circle
  • Hilda Winifred Lewis: Full Circle
  • Pat Mitchell: Full Circle
  • Sheila Macey: Full Circle
  • Janet Kent: Full Circle
  • Peter Straub: Full Circle
  • Mary Agnes Hamilton: Full Circle
  • Sheelagh Coleman: Full Circle
  • Rosanne Bittner: Full Circle
  • Carin Rafferty: Full Circle
  • Alicia Brandon: Full Circle
  • Paula Riggs: Full Circle
  • Helene L. Owens: Full Circle
  • Judith Saxton: Full Circle
  • Mike Seabrook: Full Circle
  • Collin Wilcox: Full Circle
  • Gila Diamond: Full Circle
  • Ye Read: Full Circle
  • Danielle Steel: Full Circle
  • Martina West: Full Circle
  • Margaret Yorke: Full Circle
  • Michael Carte: Full Circle
  • Algernon Blackwood: Full Circle
  • Dick Joie: Full Circle
  • Kay Thorpe: Full Circle
  • Halcyon C. Backhouse: Full Circle
  • Edward Loring Black: Full Circle
  • William Curran Reedy: Full Circle
  • Yoshiko Uchida: The Full Circle
  • Erich Maria Remarque: Full Circle, A Play as Adapted by Peter Stone
  • Mary Casey: Full Circle: Poems
  • Alexandra Seddon: Full Circle: A First Collection of Poems
  • Andrew Harvey: A Full Circle: Poems
  • Dorothy Dennison: Full Circle: A Novel
  • Renato Amato: The Full Circle of the Traveling Cuckoo: Stories
  • Wycombe District Arts Association Creative Writing Competition 1987: Full Circle: An Anthology
  • Michael Palin: Full Circle: A Pacific Journey
  • Edward Haskell, ed.: Full Circle: The Moral Force of Unified Science
  • Cliff Masterson: Full Circle: A One-act Rock Opera
  • Carole Morgan: Full Circle: The Life of Llew E. Morgan
  • Barbara Leech: Full Circle: City of Cardiff High School for Girls 1950-1970
  • Radek Sikorski: Full Circle: A Homecoming to Free Poland
  • Stephen E. Fugate: Full Circle: Gunsmoke Western Series
  • Bayliss Prater: Full Circle: Restoring Your Habitat to Wilderness
  • Mary L. Cummings: Full Circle: Stories of Mennonite Women
  • Edward Haskell, ed.: Full Circle: The Moral Force of Unified Science
  • James Edgar Johnson: Full Circle: The Story of Air Fighting
  • Anthony Eden: Full Circle: The Memoirs of the Rt. Hon. Sir Anthony Eden
  • Barbara Harris & Lionel Bascon: Full Circle: Near-death Experience and Beyond
  • Judith Lee-Hoffer: Full Circle: Experiences with an Aging Parent
  • Dan Jansen: Full Circle: An Autobiography
  • Penelle Chase: Full Circle: A New Look at Multiage Education
  • Bob Hill: Full Circle: The Story of Old Ed and His Friends
  • Ulrich Steinhilper: Full Circle: The Long Way Home from Canada
  • Judith Maxwell: Full Circle: Phase II Manual: A Support Group Guidebook Guidebook for Battered Women
  • Lois Cunningham: Full Circle: A Celebration of Billings Past and Present in Photographs
  • Basil Pao: Full Circle: The Photography and Design of Basil Pao
  • David R. Mains: Full Circle: The Creative Church for Today's Society
  • Josephus Nelson & Judith Farley: Full Circle: Ninety Years of Service in the Main Reading Room
  • Nena Bryans: Full Circle: A Proposal to the Church for an Arts Ministry
  • Maria Dobozy: Full Circle: Kingship in the German Epic: Alexanderlied, Rolandslied, "Spielmannsepen"
  • Arthur Magill: Full Circle: A Collection of Poems
  • Kenneth Snelson: Full Circle: Panoramas of France, Italy and Japan
  • Dave Forman: Full Circle: Song of Ecology and Earthen Spirituality
  • Luis Sepulveda: Full Circle: A South American Journey
  • Richard English: Full Circle: Around the World with a Motorcycle and Sidecar
  • Derek E. Ostergard: George Nakashima: Full Circle
  • Janet Baker: Full Circle: An Autobiographical Journal
  • Teddy Milne, ed.: Full Circle: An Anthology of Poetry on Friendship
  • Kevin H. Kirkland: Full Circle: A Spiritual Therapy for the Elderly
  • Lone Wolf Circles: Full Circle: A Song of Ecology and Earthen Spirituality
  • C. V. Pedroche: Full Circle: A Literary Journey to This Moment
  • Syd Ralph: Full Circle: A One-Act Rock Musical
  • Ron Welburn: Full Circle: The Jottings of a Scarborian
  • Martha E. Munzer: Full Circle: Rounding Out a Life
  • Digby C. Anderson, ed.: Full Circle?: Bringing Up Children in the Post-Permissive Period
  • Alan S. Miskin: Full Circle -- My Plan for Stimulating a Paradigm Shift in the Structure of Education in America for the 21st Century...with Recommendations for the Future
  • A. Moin Zaidi, comp.: Full Circle, 1972-1975: The Dynamics of a Social Revolution, the National Emergency
  • Hywel Jones, ed.: Full Circle into the Future?: Britain in the 21st Century
  • Deborah Jude-York et al.: Full Circle Feedback
  • Robert J. Murley: Full Circle Marketing: An In-depth Analysis of the Franchise Phenomenon
  • Rebecca Eastman: Full Circle Fitness: Be Your Own Personal Trainer
  • Maurice W. Britts, ed.: Full Circle Two
  • Vivian M. Loken, ed: Full Circle Three
  • Ginny Knight, ed.: Full Circle Four
  • Maurice W. Britts, ed.: Full Circle Five
  • Phyllis J. Sloan, ed.: Full Circle Six
  • Leon Knight, ed.: Full Circle Seven
  • Yvonne Lewis: Almost Full Circle
  • J. Lloyd: Full Circle Summer
  • Judi Emm: Olivia's Full Circle
  • Felicity Hayle: Love's Full Circle
  • Lurlene McDaniel: Love's Full Circle
  • Cedric H. Whitman: Euripides and the Full Circle of Myth
  • Leah Douglas: Richard H. Reinhardt: Full Circle: A Legacy of Metalwork
  • Gala Nettles: Don Dodge: Full Circle the Way It Was
  • Molly G. Proctor: Honnors: A Century Full Circle -- A Maidstone Corn and Seed Merchant's Story
  • J. G. Van der Walt: Physiology: Has It Come Full Circle?
  • Malcolm Goldstein: Sounding the Full Circle: Concerning Music Improvisation and Other Related Matters
  • Ino Rossi, John Buettner Janusch, & Dorian Coppenhaver, eds.: Anthropology Full Circle
  • William Feigelman, ed.: Society Full Circle: Contemporary Readings on Society
  • Rosemary Thorpe: Latin American Development Models: Coming Full Circle?
  • Rodney Atkinson: Europe's Full Circle: Corporate Elites and the New Fascism
  • Carolyn Seval Brooks & Kathleen Fitzgerald Rice: Families in Recovery: Coming Full Circle
  • Kenneth E. Read: Return to the High Valley: Coming Full Circle (Studies in Melanesian Anthropology)
  • Ann Awalt: Moon Set Full Circle
  • Patricia Reckrey: Her Circle Comes Full
  • Merwyn Borders: The Circle Comes Full: New England Southern Baptists, 1958-1998
  • Howl, howl, howl, howl! O, you are men of stones;
    Had I your tongues and eyes, I'd use them so
    That heaven's vault should crack. (V,iii)
  • Rex Warner: Men of Stones
  • Zdenka Novak: When Heaven's Vault Cracked
  • Is this the promised end? (V,iii)
  • Gordon Jackson: The Promised End: A Century of Observations on the Philosophy and Pattern of Story
  • Stanley Edgar Hyman: The Promised End: Essays and Reviews, 1942-1962
  • I might have saved her; now she's gone for ever. (V,iii)
  • Jon Hieatt-Smith: Now She Is Gone
  • Edward S. Caldwell: She's Gone
  • All friends shall taste
    The wages of their virtue, and all foes
    The cup of their deserving. (V,iii)
  • Christopher Percival Wren: The Wages of Virtue
  • Stanley Middleton: Wages of Virtue
  • Moreland Hogan: The Dragon's Yule, or, The Wages of Virtue
  • The oldest hath borne most: we that are young
    Shall never see so much, nor live so long. (V,iii)
  • Irene Rathbone: We That Were Young
  • Sara Woods: Nor Live So Long
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    Last updated 13 March 2006.