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Henry V ●

Summary Of Paper

Famous Lines

Excerpt

Translated Scene

Plot

New Versions

Background

Facts

Pictures


Paper Summary ●

Justice + Mercy ●

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Boy Advisers Henry

Irony –

Advisers ●

Treatment of –

Henry ●

Boy ●

Turns in friends for being cowardly Gets stuck with someone more so.

Condemned a drunk man of a small crime. If they would have felt pity they would have survived, however Henry killed them. Goes undercover to see what his men think. Many betray him and are severely punished.

Man always has the ability to save himself.


Excerpt (Fair Use)


Plot ●

Henry Is The Rightful Heir To Throne

French Deny

Henry Discovers Traitors (Kills them)

Take a city in France

Begin Taking Countryside

Bloody Battle

Henry Wins (French Astounded)

Henry Marries Katherine (To ensure peace)


Background ●

Early 1599

Published 1600

History


Famous Lines ●

Self-love, my liege, is not so vile a sin, As self-neglecting. ●

Dauphin, act ii, scene iv

(Believe Anti-war / Pride) I would give all my fame for a pot of ale, and safety. –

Boy, act iii, scene ii –

(Beginnings Of Regrets)


Famous Lines (ctd) ●

This story shall the good man teach his son; And Crispin Crispian shall ne'er go by From this day to the ending of the world, But we in it shall be remember'd, — We few, we happy few, we band of brothers. For he to-day that sheds his blood with me, Shall be my brother; ●

Henry V Act IV scene iii –

(Part Of The Great Speech, stark contrast to his pride elsewhere)


Translated Scene BARDOLPH: Howdy NYM: Mornin' BARDOLPH: Are you an Pistol friends again? NYM: Can't say I really do care. BARDOLPH: I'll get you a cup o Arbuckle's if it'll make you. How bout it? NYM: I'll live until I die. BARDOLPH: S' true that bunko artist, did a number on you, taking your girl.

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Arbuckle's = Coffee, Bunko artist = con artist


Translated Scene (Ctd) NYM: Things are as they are. BARDOLPH: Here comes the chiseler now. PISTOL: Just let it slide. PYSTOL AND NYM DRAW NYM: Better skedaddle Bardolph, you are going to meet with the devil today Pistol. â—?

Chiseler = cheater


Newer Versions ●

1944 ●

1989 ●

Not horrible, not great, realistic

Very Muddy

My Own Private Idaho (1991) ●

More of a propaganda film encourage men at Normandy

Some Elements Same

Falstaff (1967) ●

Parody


Facts ●

The main research for the play was done out of Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles Supposedly first play performed in Globe.


Pictures ●

Henry V

(Fair Use)


Pictures â—?

Contemporary Katherine


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Agincourt (Fair Use)


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Reprint of First Folio


Henry V