Continuing the discussion with a former student of mine on the allegorical Catholic presence in King Lear, she has asked me about the significance of the Duke of Albany. Her questions and thoughts are below. My response follows afterwards.
To the gracious members of The Inner Sanctum, join me and gather around the hearth for the 13th podcast for "Home is Where the Hearth is."
I was deeply moved by this address by William Fahey, President of Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, which warrants the fifteen minutes of time that watching it entails.
I’ve received an e-mail from a former student of mine discussing her present studies, including the misreading of Lear by her professors. My reply follows.