Henry IV, Part 1
Oxford School Shakespeare is an acclaimed edition especially designed for students, with accessible on-page notes and explanatory illustrations, clear background information, and rigorous but accessible scholarly credentials. In this edition of Henry IV Part 1, illustrations have been extended and updated; the preliminary notes have been expanded; reading lists have been updated, and include websites; and the classroom notes have been brought in line with recent practice. Henry IV Part 1is a set text for 11-14 year olds in England and remains one of the most accessible and popular of Shakespeare's plays for secondary students the world over.
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Act 2 Scene Anon arms army Ask students Bardolph battle blood breathe Carrier character cousin coward crown death devil dost doth drink Earl of Douglas Earl of March Eastcheap Edmund Mortimer Elizabethan England Enter Exeunt Act faith father fear fight Francis friends Gad's Hill Gadshill give grace hanged Harry Percy hath head hear heart Henry Bolingbroke honour horse Hostess Hotspur iambic pentameter Jack John of Lancaster Kate killed King Henry King's Lady Percy live look Lord John never night noble Northumberland Owen Glendower peace Peto play Poins Prince Hal Prince of Wales prisoners prithee rebellion rebels Richard robbery rogue sack Scot Shakespeare Sheriff Shrewsbury Sir John Sir John Falstaff Sir Walter Blunt soldiers speaks speech sweet sword tavern tell thee thieves thou art thou hast throne valiant Vernon villainous Welsh Westmoreland Worcester word young Zounds