Histories, Vol. 2: Volume 2; Introduction by Tony Tanner
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1994 - Всего страниц: 778
William Shakespeare arrived at his splendid maturity as an artist in his second cycle of history plays. With their superb battle scenes; their magnificent major and minor characters; their stories of ambition, usurpation, guilt, and redemption; and their profound ideas about the social order, these plays represent the Elizabethan historical drama in its full glory. And thanks to parts one and two of Henry IV our literature is graced—in the figure of the dissolute and boastful knight Sir John Falstaff—with one of the greatest comic creations in the history of the stage.
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... CONSTABLE I will not say so , for fear I should be faced out of my way ; but I would it were morning , for I would fain be about the ears of the English . RAMBURES Who will go to hazard with me for twenty prisoners ? CONSTABLE You must ...
... CONSTABLE A valiant and most expert gentleman . Would it were day ! Alas , poor Harry of England ! He longs not for the dawning , as we do . ORLEANS What a wretched and peevish fellow is this King of England , to mope with his fat ...
... Constable . Now , my Lord Constable ? CONSTABLE Hark how our steeds for present service neigh ! DAUPHIN Mount them , and make incision in their hides , That their hot blood may spin in English eyes And dout them with superfluous courage ...
HENRY IV PART ONE
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