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Archtypical Fathers. King Henry IV by Shakespeare and Wyndham by Joseph Strorm
An ideal father is one who is both caring and understanding. To fit this mould, one must
express these characteristics. The outlook and actions of King Henry IV (Shakespeare, Henry IV
Part 1) and Joseph Strorm (Wyndham, The Chrysalids), suggest characters who do not match the
mould of the archetypical ideal father. King Henry IV was a father who thought not much of his
son. He sees his son as a riotous, irresponsible young man. King Henry tells Westmoreland that he
is envious of Lord Northumberland's son, Hotspur, and that he wishes he could be more
honorable. It shows…
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