Unformatted text preview: --Henry is essentially planning to manipulate other people in order to make himself look better.--Henry begins to show that he has a sense of responsibility as he contributes to the battle plan. (3.3.207-216)--In this passage, Henry shows that he has the ability to plan and make important decisions.--This passage indicates that Henry could possibly make a good king one day because he is able to take initiative.--At this point, it seems that Henry is in the middle of his complete change and is well on his way to becoming a respectable royal subject.--After defeating his rival Hotspur, Harry has essentially made the change from a lowlife to a brave prince.(5.4.90-112)--At the beginning of the play, Henry probably would not have had the courage to face Hotspur in a duel. It shows that he went through a critical development when he fights and defeats Hotspur.--Henry’s speech after the battle shows that he has gone through a great deal of maturity throughout the play....
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