Sight and perception in King Lear

Sight and perception in King Lear. Analyze the characters’ failure to recognize one another, both physically and morally. For example, Gloucester and Lear fail to see their children as evil/virtuous; Lear fails to penetrate Kent’s disguise; Gloucester does not recognize his son under various disguises. What does all this mean in the play What does this motif contribute

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