Shakespeare_Henry V.doc - Student\u2019s Name Professor\u2019s Name Course Date Shakespeare's Henry V The main theme in Shakespeare\u2019s drama \u201cHenry V\u201d is

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Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Shakespeare's Henry V The main theme in Shakespeare’s drama “Henry V” is war and loyalty. It is mainly revolves around war and winning against all odds. In this case, the drama focuses on the adverse strength of England. After the brilliant victory of Henry against French in Agincourt, he becomes one of the most revered kings of England. For over 3 centuries, Henry V is considered as an ideal king who exemplified the four fundamental virtues of fortitude, prudence, justice, and temperance. When he wins the battle of Agincourt, is presented as the reflection of all kings and an epic hero. He took advices from his father that, if he wants to keep peace at his home country, he has to stir up war with other foreign nations. This means that all his nobles have to be in the battlefield instead of staying at home plotting against him. Therefore, King Henry’s nobles have to be in the battlefield engaging in war in order to keep peace.

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