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The Cronicle History of Henry the FiftHenry V is Shakespeare’s most famous “war play”; it includes the storied English victory over the French at Agincourt Some of it glorifies war especially the choruses and Henry’s speeches urging his troops into battle But we also hear bishops conniving for war to postpone a bill that would tax the church and soldiers expecting to reap profits from the conflict Ev. Henry V Wars of the Roses #4 William ShakespeareHenry V is a history play by William Shakespeare believed to have been written near 1599 It tells the story of King Henry V of England focusing on events immediately before and after the Battle of Agincourt 1415 during the Hundred Years' War تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دهم ماه ژانویه سال 1993 میلادیعنوان هنری پنجم؛ نویسنده ویلیام شکسپیر؛ مترجم احمد خزاعی؛ تهران، قطره، 1371، در 202 ص، چاپ دوم 1384، شابک 9643415333؛ چاپ پنجم 1393، شابک 9789643415334؛ موضوع نمایشنامه هنری پنجم شاه انگلستان از سال 1387 میلادی تا سال 1422 میلادی نگارش سده 16 مهنری پنجم نمایشنامه‌ ای تاریخی اثر «ویلیام شکسپیر» است که در سال 1599 میلادی نوشته شده است این نمایشنامه داستان «هنری پنجم» پادشاه «انگلستان» را، با تمرکز بر رخدادهای پیش، تا پس از نبرد «آزینکورت»، در سال 1415 میلادی، از سری جنگ‌های صد ساله، بین «انگلستان» و «فرانسه»، را بیان می‌کند براساس دیدگاه جناب آقای «احمد خزاعی»، مترجم آثار «شکسپیر»، این نمایشنامه در واقع حسن ختامی است، بر چهارگانه ی «شکسپیر»، که شامل نمایشنامه‌ های «ریچارد دوم»، «هنری چهارم قسمت اول»، و «هنری چهارم قسمت دوم»، می‌شود دیگر مترجم آثار «شکسپیر»، جناب آقای «ابوالحسن تهامی»، باور دارند، که این نمایشنامه، اوج مهارت نمایشنامه‌ نویسی «شکسپیر»، در بخش نمایشنامه‌ های تاریخی ست، به طوری که، «شکسپیر»، ده سال تمام، موضوع این نمایش را در ذهن می‌پرورانده، و با آن زندگی می‌کرده است از این نمایشنامه، تئاترها و فیلم‌های بسیاری تولید شده، که از بهترین و نام آشناترین آنها، می‌توان به فیلم‌های «هنری پنجم» در سال 1944 میلادی، ساخته ی «لارنس الیویه»، و «هنری پنجم» در سال 1989 میلادی، به کارگردانی «کنت برانا»، اشاره کرد ا شربیانی

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The Cronicle History of Henry the Fift Download Ò 2 ´ Henry V is Shakespeare’s most famous “war play”; it includes the storied English victory over the French at Agincourt Some of it glorifies war especially the choruses and Henry’s speeches urging his troops into battle But we also hear bishops conniving for war to postpEn in the speeches of Henry and his nobles there are many chilling references to the human cost of warThe authoritative edition of Henry V from The Folger Shakespeare Library the trusted and widely used Shakespeare series for students and general readers includes Freshly edited text based on the best early printed version of the play Full explanatory notes conveniently p. On my initial read this was likely my least favorite of the long cycle of plays from Edward III to Richard III But with time my opinion has improved It starts and ends with a chorus and is primarily about Henry V's short violent reign his defeat of the French at Agincourt and his death I realize the Harry was a mighty warrior but his tendency to kill every man woman and child after a battle wore on me The best moment for me was when he is disguised and circulating among his troops He has become far introspective than the brash party animal he was with Falstaff by his side in Henry IV Part 1 All in all it must be said that this is a very patriotic play Framed by Chorus it plays out like a Greek tragedy for the French and ends with a mariage The opening and closing were very memorable as was the off stage death of FalstaffOf the various Shakespearean kings Henry V is probably the most idealized as a warrior Before the battle in Act 3 scene i we get the famous pep talkOnce unto the breach dear friends once ;Or close the wall up with our English deadIn peace there's nothing so becomes a manAs modest stillness and humilityBut when the blast of war blows in our earsThen imitate the action of the tiger;Stiffen the sinews summon up the bloodDisguise fair nature with hard favour'd rage;Then lend the eye a terrible aspect;Let pry through the portage of the headLike the brass cannon; let the brow o'erwhelm itAs fearfully as doth a galled rockO'erhang and jutty his confounded baseSwill'd with the wild and wasteful oceanNow set the teeth and stretch the nostril wideHold hard the breath and bend up every spiritTo his full height On on you noblest EnglishWhose blood is fet from fathers of war proofFathers that like so many AlexandersHave in these parts from morn till even foughtAnd sheathed their swords for lack of argumentDishonour not your mothers; now attestThat those whom you call'd fathers did beget youBe copy now to men of grosser bloodAnd teach them how to war And you good yeomanWhose limbs were made in England show us hereThe mettle of your pasture; let us swearThat you are worth your breeding; which I doubt not;For there is none of you so mean and baseThat hath not noble lustre in your eyesI see you stand like greyhounds in the slipsStraining upon the start The game's afootFollow your spirit and upon this chargeCry 'God for Harry England and Saint George'He disguises himself to walk among the soldiers and gauge the moral before the battle Here is is reflecting on his thoughts of being a king and yet still a manI think the King is but a man as I am The violet smells to him as it doth to me His ceremonies laid by in his nakedness he appears but a manHenry V Act 4 scene iHe gives another good and incredibly famous pep talk before the battle as well We few we happy few we band of brothers; For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile This day shall gentle his condition; And gentlemen in England now abed Shall think themselves accursed they were not here And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks That fought with us upon Saint Crispin's dayHenry V Act 4 scene iiiOne thing that was particularly curious about this play was the off color humor and the jabs at the French accent The most famous part is Act 3 scene iv where Alice a servant is teaching English to Princess Katharine and they use some rude expressionsKATHARINEAinsi dis je d’elbow de nick et

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Laced on pages facing the text of the play Scene by scene plot summaries A key to the play’s famous lines and phrases An introduction to reading Shakespeare’s language An essay by a leading Shakespeare scholar providing a modern perspective on the play Fresh images from the Folger Shakespeare Library’s vast holdings of rare books An annotated guide to further readi. This is probably my favourite Shakespeare play As always the language and poetry is amazing I love reading Shakespeare as I often find my head swaying in time to the rhythm of the verse I sometime speak it out loud too and hope I don't wake up my sleeping father lol This is one of the longest Shakespeare plays I have read however; he is presenting an important period in the history of Britain A key point in the War of the RosesHenry V with his great granddad Edward III are my favourite British monarchs for their patriotism warrior like rule and the need to expand this great nation of ours This mainly depicts the build up to the battle of; and the aftermath of Agincourt 1415 I have read some of his plays where he despises his main characters such as Richard III in the play of the same name and Achilles in Trolius and Cressida I think Henry V Shakespeare truly respected for his great legacy and it shows in the writing I don't think he has written such an honourable character It is mainly about the royals of England and there counterparts in France but also follows different soldier ranks to to see the battle from numerous perspectives It also contains a few comedy moments such as Henry dressing up as a soldier to see what the army really think of him Some of the monologues are amazing and motivational regarding the war which really heightens the legendary status that Shakespeare is presenting I might now watch the BBC version of this featuring Tom Hiddlestone as the titular character to see how it compares to how I envisaged it in my mind of course I want to see this at the Royal Shakespeare society in Stratford as soon as possibleOnce unto the breach my friend once James x wwwyouandiwordpresscom