King Henry IV, Part I - Act 5, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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In another part of the field, King Henry asks Prince Henry to withdraw from the battle, since he is wounded and bleeding. Prince Henry refuses the help of John of Lancaster and the Earl of Westmoreland and the two men exit. King Henry and Prince Henry praise the valor John of Lancaster has displayed in the battle and Prince Henry exits.

Douglas enters and is surprised to see the King, having already seen one false king killed. King Henry reveals that he is the true king, and that he has been seeking Douglas on the field. The men fight, with Douglas getting the best of the King, until Prince Henry enters to defend his father. They fight, until Douglas flees. Prince Henry and King Henry are reconciled, and the King exits.

Hotspur enters and sees Prince Henry. The two exchange harsh words, Prince Henry insisting...

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