1. What explanation could be offered to explain or justify Henry’s order to kill the prisoners?
2. What change would be wrought by a rearrangement of the script?
3. What key piece of information is given at the start of this scene?
4. What special significance might this have for Henry?
5. What clue do we get that the event has affected him deeply?
6. To what does Henry attribute his victory?
7. What action occurs after the victory?
8. Why does Henry have Fluellen wear one of Williams’ gloves in his...
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