What do Goneril and Regan demand of Lear that causes him to curse them and run into the heath?
Ushered to the scene by Gloucester, Regan greets her father with seeming affection, and Lear details the sorrow that Goneril has caused him. Regan urges Lear to restrain himself and behave as befits a man of his age. Regan also advises Lear to seek Goneril's forgiveness, which provokes the king to anger and cursing.
Who is Edmund's father in King Lear?
He is the illegitimate son of the Earl of Gloucester, and the younger brother of Edgar, the Earl's legitimate son. Early on in the play, Edmund resolves to get rid of his brother, then his father, and become Earl in his own right.
How was Regan rewarded by her father?
When it was Regan's turn to answer her father's question, she said, "Sir, my love for you is no less than Goneril's. I too love only you." Her words pleased her father very much and she was rewarded handsomely too.