Henry the fourth by William Shakespeare
In the play "Henry the fourth" written by William Shakespeare is triumphant and denial. There is a prince named Hal that does not act like a prince that you think a prince would and fat man named Falstaff that is his friend. In this play we see that the prince changes when his father and his country need him from a hooligan of a prince to a prince that is tough and noble. I will show in steps how prince Hal turns from "Pal Hal" to "Sweet hope".
In the starting of the play we see that the prince is a "playboy". He does not act princely. He is always drinking and having fun with his…
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