When Coleridge claimed that watching Edmund Kean act was like “reading Shakespeare by flashes of lightning,” he meant:
A) Kean was a brilliant Romantic interpreter of Shakespeare;
B) Kean had rare flashes of emotion that were electrifying;
C) Kean was usually drunk as a skunk on stage;
D) Kean was especially good at playing King Lear.
E) A, B, & D