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CORRECTS THE LEAR QUOTE In this photo provided by Albania's National Coastline Agency shows a sketch drawn from Edward Lear, the English artist known mainly for "The owl and the pussy-cat" and other literary nonsense, put at an exhibition in the Tirana. The National Coastline Agency on Thursday, June 8, 2017 opened an exhibition of Lear's sketches made in 1848 during his first trip to Albania. (National Coastline Agency via AP)

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CORRECTS THE LEAR QUOTE In this photo provided by Albania's National Coastline Agency shows a sketch drawn from Edward Lear, the English artist known mainly for "The owl and the pussy-cat" and other literary nonsense, put at an exhibition in the Tirana. The National Coastline Agency on Thursday, June 8, 2017 opened an exhibition of Lear's sketches made in 1848 during his first trip to Albania. (National Coastline Agency via AP)

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Noah Lear (Image: https://www.facebook.com/Battle-of-the-Lear-222737081408680/?fref=nf)

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This Oct. 18, 2012 photo released by The Royal Shakespeare Company shows a performance of The Royal Shakespeare Company presents "King Lear" for students at the Park Ave. Armory in New York. The Royal Shakespeare Company is currently on an international tour with a stripped-down version of the play that's targeted to children as young as 8, most whom have never seen any Shakespeare. Instead of a four-hour "Lear," this one clocks in at just 75 minutes. (AP Photo/The Royal Shakespeare Company, Stephanie Berger)

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This Oct. 18, 2012 photo released by The Royal Shakespeare Company shows a performance of The Royal Shakespeare Company presents "King Lear" for students at the Park Ave. Armory in New York. The Royal Shakespeare Company is currently on an international tour with a stripped-down version of the play that's targeted to children as young as 8, most whom have never seen any Shakespeare. Instead of a four-hour "Lear," this one clocks in at just 75 minutes. (AP Photo/The Royal Shakespeare Company, Stephanie Berger)