King Henry IV, Part 1 (Cliffs Notes) by James K Lowers

By James K Lowers

This well known play entertains and conjures up in alternating comedian scenes and critical ones and is the birthplace of 1 of the theater's maximum characters, Sir John Falstaff. younger Prince Hal rebels opposed to his father the king until eventually he needs to visit the king's relief to stamp out the uprising of nobles.

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A new Falstaff, then? Not at all. " Well he knows that the soldier must have his provisions; therefore his first concern has to do with a bottle of sack. In his brilliant soliloquy (12-52), he practically boasts of the disreputable means he has employed to fill the ranks of his company. Nor has he spent a farthing to outfit the beggarly creatures. He had been careful to demand in the king's name those men who would, by one means or another, be able to pay for their release. Then, thanks to the cooperation of minor local officials, he filled the ranks with jail birds--which does not mean that any had been guilty of any serious offense, since roving beggars were subject to arrest in sixteenth-century England.

The basic arguments were developed during the reign of Henry VIII and augmented as new crises arose during the reigns of Edward VI and Elizabeth I. It found expression in officially approved pamphlets and tracts, and also in drama and non-dramatic poetry. Especially it was emphasized in official sermons, the first group of which was introduced in the year 1549. These included strongly worded instruction on the subject of obedience. They were augmented in 1570, following the Rebellion of 1569 and the papal decree of excommunication of Queen Elizabeth I.

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