1. What geographic locales are mentioned in the Prologue?
2. What is a whiffler?
3. What does the metaphor of a whiffler refer to here?
4. What do Henry’s “bruised helmet and bent sword” signify?
5. What do his advisors want Henry to do with these objects?
6. What is his answer to them? Why?
7. Why does Henry delay in taking over the French throne?
8. To whom or what are the London mayor and citizens compared?
9. What does Henry’s rejection of glory tell us about him?
10. Why did...
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