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Edmond Prideaux (1601—1659) lawyer and politician

Edmond Rostand (1868—1918) French dramatist and poet

Edmond Richer (1559—1631)

Edmond Vergnet (1850—1904)

Edmond Warre (1837—1920) headmaster

Edmond Lachenal (b. 1855)

Edmond Malinvaud

Hall Edmond

James Edmond (1859—1933)

Lauris Edmond (1924—2000)

Murray Edmond (b. 1949)

Edmond Hoyle (1672—1769) writer on card games

Edmond Jabès (1912—1991)

Edmond Jaloux (1878—1949)

 

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The Earl of Gloucester's son by his mistress, vows to supplant his older half-brother Edgar in The Tragedy of King Lear (spelled ‘Edmund’ in The History of King Lear).

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Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.


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