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Henry V: the Perfect Leader for a Nation at War

Summary: This essay explains why Henry V, in Shakespeare's play "Henry V" is the perfect leader for England.
Rulers of a country can be influential in a country's success in war. A king or queen can instill tremendous amounts of confidence in any fighting force that can support the soldiers in overcoming large obstacles. These inspirational qualities are used to create charismatic leaders in many literary works. Shakespeare uses noble leaders in many of his plays to give many countries an appealing icon. In Shakespeare's play Henry V, Henry is the charismatic leader of England in its war against France. Although Henry V caused his nation to go to war, he is the perfect idol to lead it into battle. Henry has all the characteristics of the perfect king; he is inspirational to his troops, he has a high value for human life and he is able to overcome his feelings of personal insecurity.

Henry's inspirational attitude was...

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