He states that the question of life is "To be, or not to be? Other scholars note that the term "second-best bed" often refers to the bed belonging to the household's master and mistress — the marital bed — and the "first-best bed" was reserved for guests.
It is only achievable through death, and it is useless to the dead. Believing his claim to the throne to be ironclad and divinely mandated, Richard finds himself at odds when he returns from war to find he has lost his power over England.
In this case, the children, Romeo and Juliet, get lost and confused, leading to their ultimate deaths. He wanted his audience to look beyond the obvious to find the deeper meanings.
Conversely, some criticism has pursued a vigorously iconoclastic line of interpretation.
Within these sonnets he largely explored romantic love, not the love of God. Philological research established a more reliable chronology of the work than had been hitherto available.
Literally, the quotation transcends to good is bad, and bad is good; however, it actually implies that one cannot assume anything. In these, Shakespeare's characters present vivid impressions of human temperament that are timeless and universal. Even though Horatio dismisses the idea of a ghost, the guards start to retell the previous nights' encounters The story also contains two plots, a main plot with King Lear, and a subplot with a character referred to as Gloucester.
The play can be seen on a realistic plane as a tale of political power and social responsibility. However, there is very little evidence the two had a difficult marriage.