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The final play in Shakespeare's political tetralogy, this story concerns young Prince Hal, who is now King Henry V and has to adjust to his life and kingdom. To retain power, he finds he must lead his soldiers in battle to reclaim French lands.
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In CliffsNotes on Henry V (the final play in Shakespeare's political tetralogy), you once again meet young Prince Hal who is now the ideal Christian monarch, King Henry V. To retain power and increase revenue, he finds he must lead his soldiers in battle against France to reclaim land and titles.
A character study on King Henry V and a close look at sixteenth century politics shed light on the Bard's intentions for the play. You'll also explore synopses of the three related history plays that lead up to Henry V. Count on CliffsNotes on Henry V for detailed summaries and commentaries on every scene to help you appreciate the complexity of the play.
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Table of Contents
Life of Shakespeare.
Background of Henry V.
A Brief Synopsis of Henry V.
List of Characters.
Summaries and Critical Commentaries.
Character Summation: King Henry V.
Sixteenth-Century Political Theory.
Questions for Review.