Henriad Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Henriad.

  • 5 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (5)

6,724 words, approx. 23 pages
Michael Goldman, Princeton University Then and now are not so far apart, as my reader may confirm by trying to think back to when this sentence began. When did that then cease to be now? For that mat... Read more
13,806 words, approx. 47 pages
Critical Essay by Richard F. Hardin SOURCE: "Shakespeare: Liberty and Idol Ceremony," in Civil Idolatry: Desacralizing and Monarchy in Spencer, Shakespeare, and Milton, Associated Univer... Read more
9,694 words, approx. 33 pages
Jean-Christophe Mayer, Université Paul-Valéry—Montpellier III Now for our consciences: the arms are fair When the intent of bearing them is just. 1 Henry IV, 5.2.87-88 The words of ... Read more
10,532 words, approx. 36 pages
Further Reading Berger, Harry, Jr. "Psychoanalyzing the Shakespeare Text: The First Three Scenes of the Henriad" In Shakespeare and the Question of the Theory, edited by Patricia Parker ... Read more
12,912 words, approx. 44 pages
Maurice Hunt, Baylor University Granted the late-medieval, early fifteenth-century settings of Shakespeare's 1 and 2 Henry IV and Henry V, theater audiences are not surprised by the large numb... Read more