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

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Act 5, Scene 5 Summary

In another part of the field, King Henry enters with Prince Henry, Lord John of Lancaster, and the Earl of Westmoreland. They bring Worcester and Vernon as their prisoners. King Henry rants against Worcester, who has repaid his offer of peace with treachery and caused the deaths of many through his falseness. Worcester claims that he did what he felt he had to, and does not fear death. King Henry sends Worcester and Vernon to be executed.

Prince Henry reveals that Douglas has been captured and asks to be allowed to dispose of him. The King agrees and Prince Henry tells John of Lancaster to go to Douglas and give him his freedom in respect for his valor.

King Henry divides his forces. John of Lancaster and Westmoreland will go to York. He and Prince Henry will go to Wales, to fight Glendower and the...

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