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By William Shakespeare

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CliffsComplete King Henry IV, half 1 follows the play's alternating comedian and critical scenes as a tender prince rebels opposed to his father, who occurs to be king, until eventually he needs to visit the king's reduction to stamp out the uprising of nobles.  

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Within the CliffsComplete publications, the novel's whole textual content and a word list look side-by-side with coordinating numbered traces that will help you comprehend strange phrases and phraseology. you are going to additionally locate the entire observation and assets of a customary CliffsNotes for Literature. CliffsComplete King Henry IV, half 1 follows the play's alternating comedian and critical scenes as a tender prince rebels opposed to his father, who occurs to be king, till he needs to visit the king's reduction to stamp out the uprising of nobles.

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77. yet: still. 78. But: except. 84. , Mortimer. 94. fall off: become a rebel or traitor. 97. mouthed: gaping. 98. Severn: the River that separates England and southeast Wales. 70 75 80 85 90 95 Sedgy: bordered with reeds. 100 101. changing hardiment: exchanging hard blows. 102. drink: by accident (when they fell into the river). By agreement is ironic. F 4/7/00 3:17 PM Page 43 CliffsComplete King Henry IV, Part 1 Who then, affrighted with their bloody looks, Ran fearfully among the trembling reeds, And hid his crisp head in the hollow bank Bloodstained with these valiant combatants.

Straight: immediately. 267. prelate: clergyman of high rank. 240 245 Northumberland At Berkley castle. Hotspur You say true: Why, what a candy deal of courtesy This fawning greyhound then did proffer me! Look, ‘when his infant fortune came to age’, And, ‘gentle Harry Percy’, and ‘kind cousin’; O, the devil take such cozeners! God forgive me! Good uncle, tell your tale; I have done. 250 Worcester Nay, if you have not, to it again; We will stay your leisure. Hotspur I have done, i’ faith. Worcester Then once more to your Scottish prisoners.

Broils: conflicts. 4. stronds: strands, shores. 8. flowerets: young men in the flower of their manhood. 9. hostile paces: enemy footsteps (hoofs indicates horses’ paces). 10. meteors: traditionally regarded as signs of impending disaster. 12. intestine: internal; refers to domestic or internecine strife (suggests belly blows). 13. close: grappling struggle. 14. mutual well-beseeming ranks: more fittingly marching together against a common external foe than marching against one another. 17–18. edge of war .

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