Humor of King Lear in German by Mark Twain
Humor of King Lear in German by Mark Twain is adapted from his book A Tramp Abroad :
One day we took the train and went down to Mannheim to see "King Lear" played in German.
It was a mistake.
We sat in our seats three whole hours
and never understood anything but the thunder and lightning;
and even that was reversed to suit German ideas,
for the thunder came first
and the lightning followed after.
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