The Cronicle History of Henry the Fift (Ebook) BY William Shakespeare


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  1. says:

    Sure it's a jingoistic pageant but it's a great jingoistic pageant and besides it is the most melancholyironic self aware and laugh filled jingoistic pageant ever staged In Act V Henry tells Katherine that together

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    Henry V Wars of the Roses #4 William ShakespeareHenry V is a history play by William Shakespeare believed to have been written near 1599 It tells the story of King Henry V of England focusing on events immediately before and after the Battle of Agincourt 1415 during the Hundred Years' War تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دهم ماه ژانویه سال 1993 میلادیعنوان هنری پنجم؛ نوی

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    A young dynamic king in his late twenties very ambitious wants and needs to become ruler of two significant nations the Kin

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    On my initial read this was likely my least favorite of the long cycle of plays from Edward III to Richard III But with time my opinion has improved It starts and ends with a chorus and is primarily about Henry V's short violent reign his defeat of the French at Agincourt and his death I realize the Harry was a mighty warrior but his tendency to kill every man woman and child after a battle wore on me The best moment for me was when he is d

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    Henry V is indeed the grand finale of Shakespeare’s second historical tetralogy right after Henry IV Part 2 So here exit Falstaff whose death is recounted by Mistress uickly in the first act and we are now in the presence of a conuering and “warlike Harry” who is like chalk and cheese when compared with his former self the dis

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    Do I hear the drums of war? Hal has drawn all the attention away from divided England with a time honored ploy of kings of any unsure stripe Let's kick the shit out of FranceEven though Henry V is a bright light and his fortunes burn ever brighter it's hard to go through this story without feeling a lot of heavy sorrow for how he burned up

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    “We few we happy few we band of brothers For he to day that sheds his blood with me shall be my brother” ― William Shakespear

  8. says:

    If ever I had to have a crush on an actual English King it might have been Henry V It probably would have been in vain since he doesn't seem

  9. says:

    This is probably my favourite Shakespeare play As always the language and poetry is amazing I love reading Shakespeare as I often find my head swaying in time to the rhythm of the verse I sometime speak it out loud too and hope I don

  10. says:

    Henry V is often uite disturbing at times but in my opinion it's one of Shakespeare's best and most original plays

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The Cronicle History of Henry the Fift

Laced on pages facing the text of the play Scene by scene plot summaries A key to the play’s famous lines and phrases An introduction to reading Shakespeare’s language An essay by a leading Shakespeare scholar providing a modern perspective on the play Fresh images from the Folger Shakespeare Library’s vast holdings of rare books An annotated guide to further readi. We few we happy few we band of brothers For he to day that sheds his blood with me shall be my brother William Shakespeare Henry V Act 4 Scene 3It is hard to find fault with Henry V It isn t Shakespeare s BEST but his best are almost mythicly high and unassailable But Henry V is pretty damn good and it owns one of the greatsest and most memorable monologues ever Hal s St Crispin s Day speech It also has French imbeded into it than any other Shakespeare play than I can think of So while I applaud the Tennis diplomacy scene I m not a huge fan of the Katherine learning English from Alice Meh Not every serve goes over the net Will But still taken as a whole it is a great play The Battle of Agincourt is high drama and seems to match the drum of the audiences heart with the drum beat of war Everytime I read Act 4 I feel moved inspired transfixed Shakespeare might not have caught Livy as the world s greatest composer of fictionalized historical speeches but he was definitely a gifted second to Livy Some of my favorite lines for coward dogsMost spend their mouths when what they seem to threaten runs far before them Act 2 Scene 3 In peace there s nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility But when the blast of war blows in our ears Then imitate the action of the tiger Stiffen the sinews summon up the blood Disguise fair nature with hard favour d rage Act 3 Scene 1 I am afeard there are few die well that die in battle for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument Act 4 Scene 1 There is some soul of goodness in things evilWould men observingly distill it out Act 4 Scene 1 Let life be short else shame will be too long Act 4 Scene 5 Nice customs curtsy to great kings Act 5 Scene 2 Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, rare books An annotated guide to further Homewrecker read Act 4 I feel moved inspired transfixed Shakespeare might not have caught Livy as the world s greatest composer of fictionalized historical speeches but he was definitely a gifted second to Livy Some of my favorite lines for coward dogsMost spend their mouths when what they seem to threaten Make your own model forts & castles runs far before them Act 2 Scene 3 In peace there s nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility But when the blast of war blows in our ears Then imitate the action of the tiger Stiffen the sinews summon up the blood Disguise fair nature with hard favour d Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury rage Act 3 Scene 1 I am afeard there are few die well that die in battle for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument Act 4 Scene 1 There is some soul of goodness in things evilWould men observingly distill it out Act 4 Scene 1 Let life be short else shame will be too long Act 4 Scene 5 Nice customs curtsy to great kings Act 5 Scene 2

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Henry V is Shakespeare’s most famous “war play”; it includes the storied English victory over the French at Agincourt Some of it glorifies war especially the choruses and Henry’s speeches urging his troops into battle But we also hear bishops conniving for war to postpone a bill that would tax the church and soldiers expecting to reap profits from the conflict Ev. A young dynamic king in his late twenties very ambitious wants and needs to become ruler of two significant nations the King Henry v of England by a dubious claim has come to conueror France in the name of peace he destroys His father Henry IV an usurper murdered his own first cousin to gain the throne a traitor for sure however winners write the history books an are accepted as heroes it will always be this Nevertheless dies from a horrible disease soon after justice maybe But a conspiracy develops to assassinate the English sovereign before even leaving Southampton on his uest The determined son must overcome not a good looking man or as noble as he is portrayed here in fact no charmer still a great military leader the royal women aren t uite let us be frank pun intended attracted to doesn t write poetry or dance wellreuires respect some other way but has a passion for greatness and by slaughter This can be achieved only many will perish as the past and unforeseen days to come relentlessly shows a few men s dark dreams demolish the numerous other ones The huge foreign army from across the nearby stormy channel marches on victorious and unstoppable relentlessly bloodily yet a little uncomfortable what are they doing here One man s desirethe seemingly endless hundred years war continues forever Charles v1 the mad a very capable monarch of France when not insane doesn t appear a lot in Shakespeare s play Henry V not in best of shape in 1415 A great famous though brutal battle to determine the future of these two mighty nations is fast approaching Agincourt Henry s family gives him loyal support brothers and uncles cousins take a major role he trusts themwith his life The French are fatally overconfident chiefly the Dauphin historically inaccurate and future ruler of his country he believes not technically in command of French forces the Constable of France is still very influential with a numerous powerful army on their own land the people hate the invaders how can they lose And all because William the Conueror of Normandy a foreigner from ironically France in 1066 stole the English crown from the rightful native king Soldiers not law make everything possible Or the beautiful daughter of King Charles Catherine could marry Henry and settle the conflict And Joan of Arc The Maid of Orleans won t arrive on the scene for almost 15 yearsThe Bard of Avon William Shakespeare s the magnificent the peerlessbetter plays written over 400 years ago imagine What is moral the perennial uestion asked and probably the answer never entirely satisfies everyone rememberpeople wear different shades of clothes

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En in the speeches of Henry and his nobles there are many chilling references to the human cost of warThe authoritative edition of Henry V from The Folger Shakespeare Library the trusted and widely used Shakespeare series for students and general readers includes Freshly edited text based on the best early printed version of the play Full explanatory notes conveniently p. Do I hear the drums of war Hal has drawn all the attention away from divided England with a time honored ploy of kings of any unsure stripe Let s kick the shit out of FranceEven though Henry V is a bright light and his fortunes burn ever brighter it s hard to go through this story without feeling a lot of heavy sorrow for how he burned up his friends in his rise and how he shed no tears as he learned of all his youthful adventurer s deaths save one and he was only a boy in a skirmish after the war had been wonTruly this play is the rock star legend played in blood honor and glory He burns so bright that he snuffs himself out in practically no time Who knows what kind of king he would have been had he lived to know his son shiver What kinds of tragedies might have been avoided such as losing France sending England into a 30 year civil strife and so much grief and poverty besidesAnd yet this is the story of the greatest King of England the one that captures all our hearts and minds and me I m not even English and I don t particularly care a whiff for royalty at all Henry IV part 1Yet herein will I imitate the sunWho doth permit the base contagious cloudsTo smother up his beauty from the worldThat when he please again to be himselfBeing wanted he may be wondered atBy breaking through the foul and ugly mistOf vapors that did seem to strangle himThe sun shook off the base clouds indeed to clothed the world in his naked splendor seeing Falstaff dead by hanging and nearly all his chums in the ground Is his early death his fate for having dishonored the dishonorable sigh

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  • The Cronicle History of Henry the Fift
  • William Shakespeare
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  • 22 August 2019
  • 9780743484879

About the Author: William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare baptised 26 April 1564 was an English poet and playwright widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre eminent dramatist He is often called England's national poet and the Bard of Avon or simply The Bard His surviving works consist of 38 plays 154 sonnets two long narrative poems and several other poems His plays have been tr