How would an audience react to "Henry" at the end of Act 1, Scene 2?
In the history play, Henry V by William Shakespeare, Henry is portrayed as being a good orator and he has all of the qualities of a good king. He is patriotic, cunning, diplomatic and strategic in war. This helps him in inspiring his troops and comeback from the insults said by the Dauphin. In the play there are many references to Henry's youth and it is shown how much he has matured since then.
Henry won the battle of Agincourt because he had the qualities of a good king. He was very optimistic in ruling France. He says, "Ruling in large and ample empery o'er France and all her almost ki…
- How would an audience react to "Henry" at the end of Act 1, Scene 2?
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