child-changed “father—This,” KING LEAR, iv. 7. 17. “That is, changed by his children; a father, whose jarring senses have been untuned by the monstrous ingratitude of his daughters” (MALONE) . “That is, changed to a child by his years and wrongs; or perhaps reduced to this condition by his children” (STEEVENS) .
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