This popular play entertains and inspires in alternating comic scenes and serious ones and is the birthplace of one of the theater's greatest characters, Sir John Falstaff. Young Prince Hal rebels against his father the king until he must go to the king's aid to stamp out the rebellion of nobles.ESSAY. TOPICS. AND. REVIEW. QUESTIONS. 1. In what sense are there two kings of England in this play? 2. In terms of debits and credits, what are the chief facets of Falstaffa#39;s character? 3. What is the chief contribution made respectively by:anbsp;...
|Title||:||CliffsNotes on Shakespeare's Henry IV|
|Author||:||James K Lowers|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 1999-03-03|