Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 1995
Publisher: Washington Square Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
Henry V is Shakespeare's war play. While he often has wars in plays this plays focus is on war and also on Kingship. Shakespeare has always been interested in Kingship and is primarily interested in the character of Kings and what makes a good and bad King. To the extent that he has any political...
I actually really enjoy Shakespeare. Especially King Lear (of the few I've read so far) I just didn't like Henry V as a character, which severely stunted my ability to enjoy the play. Only the Saint Crispin's Day Speech stopped me from giving this just one star.I'm not altogether certain that I'm un...
I originally read this play because it was set during the Hundred Years War and I wanted to use it as a primary source. Unfortunately it is not a primary source since it was written 150 years after the events depicted and the essay was about the English Parliament's influence on the war, which this ...
I finished this edition today. This edition has the text on the right side, and the explanation on the left side. I saw this at the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona, MN. They used most of the text, which some the essays have said is unusual. The stage was bare, except for occasional tables...
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