Henry IV part one: How Do Hal, Hotspur, and Falstaff Regard Honor?
How Do Hal, Hotspur, and Falstaff Regard Honor?
"It was just him and me. He fought with honor. If it weren't for his honor, he and the others would have beaten me together. They might have killed me, then. His sense of honor saved my life. I didn't fight with honor... I fought to win." In I Henry IV, William Shakespeare agrees with Orson Scott Card that one may fight smarter when they only have to defend their life. Hal, Hotspur, and Falstaff are three characters who have different ideas for gaining honor. Their search remains for great respect, brought on by special merit. These three…
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