With our theory I feel that the most important character to look at would be Cordelia. Cordelia is representative of a new perspective because she is not worried about getting married, and says she doesn't want to marry Burgundy if all he cares about is her dowry. The King of France recognizes Cordelia's many virtues despite her lack of a dowry. Cordelia is also a good character for feminist theory because in the beginning she is King Lear's favorite because she is feminine and beautiful yet when she sticks to her believes and doesn't play the "how much do you love me game" King Lear sees her as worthless because she refused to be a fortune hunter like her two sisters Goneril and Regan. Towards the end I believe it is easy to see how the older sisters don't fit the feminist theory because they fight over Edmund simply because he obtains the most power. I look forward to diving into our theory's connections to King Lear more next week.