King Lear by W. Shakespeare and A Brave New World by A. Huxley
...Brave New World by Albert Huxley, in more than one place, and in more than one form. In King Lear, a King that does not wish to be King any more splits his kingdom between his three daughters and then attempts to retire. Unfortunately, in splitting his kingdom, he has made a big mistake, and must accept the penalty that comes with it. Joining the Lear family is the Earl of Gloucester, with his two sons, Edgar and Edmund, one who is the legal heir to the house, and the other that wants it because he thinks he should have it. In A Brave... Irony, or what happens when something is said, or done, and what happens is the opposite of what was supposed to happen is found in King Lear, by Shakespeare, and A...