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King Henry IV Part 2 (GCSE Student Guides)

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    William Shakespeare(Author)

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More troubled and troubling than King Henry IV Part 1, the play continues the story of King Henry's decline and Hal's reform. Though Part 2 echoes the structure of the earlier play, it is a darker and more unsettling world, in which even Falstaff's revelry is more tired and cynical, and the once-merry Hal sloughs off his tavern companions to become King Henry V.

James C. Bulman's authoritative edition provides a wealth of incisive commentary on this complex history play.

"James C. Bulman's edition of Shakespeare's King Henry IV, Part 2 includes an extremely informative introduction which breathes new life into this often-neglected play. Bulman expertly navigates the difficult textual terrain--neither the Quarto (which appeared in two issues) nor the Folio provides a fully authoritative copy text--explaining the rationale for his decisions in a detailed but accessible appendix." - Studies in English Literature 1500-1900

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  • PDF | 576 pages
  • William Shakespeare(Author)
  • Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare; 3rd Revised edition edition (28 July 2016)
  • English
  • 10
  • Music, Stage & Screen

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  • By Guest on 13 November 2015

    I think that the Arden Shakespeare editions are the best for reading Shakespeare and this is no exception.

  • By Paul on 18 February 2015

    Very good thank you

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