1 Lear arrives at Gloucester's castle wondering why Kent didn't come
back with Regan and Cornwall's message explaining their movements.
2 Lear is shocked at the sight of Kent in stocks
3 The Fool mocks Kent while Lear refuses to believe that
Cornwall and Regan were to blame for his servant's shame
4 Lear questions Kent how this came to pass and Lent explains he
was bring the letter of his arrival to Regan, but interrupted by
Goneril's messenger Oswald. We also learn that Cornwall and
Regan left home immediately after receiving Goneril's letter
5 The Fool maks a vigorous expression which is then followed by
Kent's narration of imagery of wild geese and winter that suggests
there is worse to come. The Fool continues to speak in riddles
about fathers and daughters, but Lear doesn't pay attention to him
because he is more concerned with his own mental state.