Henry V

by William Shakespeare | 25 June 2015
Category: Plays
'At one and the same time the greatest of all works of English patriotism and a searing critique of warfare' Jonathan Bate Young King Henry wages war on France. Tainted by his family's past crimes and with enemies among his own men, he must face the difficult responsibilities of kingship, unite his country and rouse his 'band of brothers' to battle at Agincourt. An heroic coming-of-age story and a work of stirring patriotic oratory, Henry V also has darker undercurrents that ultimately question the price of military victory. Used and Recommended by the National Theatre General Editor Stanley Wells Edited by A. R. Humphreys with an Introduction by Ann Kaegi
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'At one and the same time the greatest of all works of English patriotism and a searing critique of warfare' Jonathan Bate Young King Henry wages war on France. Tainted by his family's past crimes and with enemies among his own men, he must face the difficult responsibilities of kingship, unite his country and rouse his 'band of brothers' to battle at Agincourt. An heroic coming-of-age story and a work of stirring patriotic oratory, Henry V also has darker undercurrents that ultimately question the price of military victory. Used and Recommended by the National Theatre General Editor Stanley Wells Edited by A. R. Humphreys with an Introduction by Ann Kaegi
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'At one and the same time the greatest of all works of English patriotism and a searing critique of warfare' Jonathan Bate Young King Henry wages war on France. Tainted by his family's past crimes and with enemies among his own men, he must face the difficult responsibilities of kingship, unite his country and rouse his 'band of brothers' to battle at Agincourt. An heroic coming-of-age story and a work of stirring patriotic oratory, Henry V also has darker undercurrents that ultimately question the price of military victory. Used and Recommended by the National Theatre General Editor Stanley Wells Edited by A. R. Humphreys with an Introduction by Ann Kaegi

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Henry V

ISBN9780141396675

Format

Publisher (25 June. 2015)

No. of Pages336

Weight247

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 198 x 129 x 19