1. What titles do the characters in this scene go by?
2. Are these titles official?
3. What news does the boy bring?
4. Who is Falstaff?
5. Who repeatedly says, “There’s the humour of it”?
6. What does “shog off” mean?
7. With what kind of harm do Pistol and Nym threaten each other?
8. Name one kind of recurring animal imagery in this scene.
9. Pistol says he means to be a “sutler . . . unto the camp.” What is this?
10. Where do the characters go at the end of this scene?...
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