Henry IV Part 2
Henry IV Part 2
by William Shakespeare
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Bardolph

Character Analysis

Bardolph is one of Falstaff's degenerate Eastcheap pals. He takes part in the Gads Hill robbery in Part 1 of Henry IV, likes to drink (a lot), and is famous for his ruddy complexion and red nose. Bardolph shouldn't be confused with "Lord Bardolph," Northumberland's rebel associate.

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