1. Where are the French during this scene?
2. What is the subject of discussion among the French?
3. Who says his horse is “pure air and fire”?
4. Do the others agree with him?
5. To what human being does the Constable compare the Dauphin’s horse?
6. Why does the punning, joking, and verbal jousting seem odd or inappropriate here?
7. About whose virtue does the Constable say, “never anybody saw it but his lackey”?
8. What metaphor does Rambures use in acknowledging the valor of the English?
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