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Module C Comprehensive King Henry Scene Analysis

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This is a scene by scene comprehensive analysis for Module C, People and Politics. Covered are techniques, quotes and ideas relating to the core concept.

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Module C Comprehensive King Henry Scene Analysis
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Henry IV of England Henry V of England Shakespearean histories Fiction Literature Entertainment Henry IV, Part 1 Falstaff Ned Poins Bardolph William Shakespeare Henry IV, Part 2 Hal Henry IV John Falstaff
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Henry IV of England Henry V of England Shakespearean histories Fiction Literature Entertainment Henry IV, Part 1 Falstaff Ned Poins Bardolph William Shakespeare Henry IV, Part 2 Hal Henry IV John Falstaff
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• Henry uses dramatic monologue to express both his and the countries exhaustion with the civil war or ‘civil butchery.’ He reinforces this with the reference to ‘children’s blood.’ • He longs for peace, forming the dramatic irony of the play considering it dwells on conflict that is both personal and national. • The King looks for shared conflict. • Argument can be made going on a crusade is to rid himself of his guilt of overthrowing Richard 2, or to establish himself as a righteous King. • His alignment of walking in the feet of Christ and his crucifixion can be seen as Machiavellian. • Henry’s view of Hotspur is also established. • A comparative is formed to Hal, showing the King’s weakness, although Hotspur is keeping prisoners of war which belong to the King. 1.6 Act...
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