William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 1
A lively, in-depth discussion of HENRY IV, PART I. Students are taken on an exciting journey of discovery through every scene or chapter. Also included are unique text notes, ideas for term papers, notes on the author's life as well as a glossary.
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Archbishop of York asks banish Bardolph battle of Shrewsbury behaving behavior calls Falstaff carriers challenge characters counterfeit court coward crown crusade discuss disorder Douglas Eastcheap Elizabethan English father fight foot soldiers Francis friends Gad's Hill Gadshill Glendower Glendower's Hal and Poins Hal promises Hal's heir Henry's honor horse hostess Hotspur and Falstaff imagery insult John John of Gaunt joke King Henry king of England King Richard king's army kingship Lady Percy Lines live London look lord messenger moral Mortimer Northumberland NOTE Notice old knight Perries play plot political politician Prince Hal Prince of Wales readers rebel leaders rebellion royal scene Scene iii Shakespeare Shrews Sir John Falstaff sound speech spur spur's staff stage steal stolen talk tavern world tell Hotspur thee themes There's thieves thou throne trick true prince usurper Warkworth Castle Westmoreland Worcester Worcester's words York young