1. What values do the deaths of York and Suffolk exemplify?
2. How might their death be contrasted with the French in the preceding scene?
3. Why would killing prisoners be considered barbaric and dishonorable?
4. Why does Henry give this order?
5. What effect might this have on the audience’s estimation of Henry?
6. Does Henry know the battle’s outcome yet?
7. How many times did Exeter see York during the battle?
8. When Suffolk saw York die, what did he do?
9. What is Exeter’s emotional...
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