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Henry V

Henry V


by William Shakespeare

Henry V: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. According to Shakespeare, being a good monarch doesn't always involve ->
2. Henry V's claim to the French throne is -> Dubious
3. Which is not a horrific casualty of war? -> King changes
4. Lineal succession means -> Those who can draw best inherit the throne
5. Henry married Catherine in order to -> Be a parent