A Conversation for The Battle of Agincourt, 1415


Post 1

Jimi X

No mention of the play? Not even a little one?

Will was my introduction to English history in junior high school. I've always been fond of this one.

I'll second the outstanding entry comments! Very nice!! smiley - smiley

- X


Post 2

Musencus II (Muse of Dilettantism in Multiple Arts)

Well, I'd say that Henry V is one Shakespeare's lousier works, isn't it? Okay, there's Falstaff, but the rest ... boring somehow if you ask me (which you didn't - I recognize that smiley - winkeye).


Post 3

Gilgamesh of Uruk

Whatever the relative quality of HV, I suspect that the films (both the older Olivier & later Brannagh) mean it's one of the most widely known - though Titus Andronicus is perhaps closer to the feeling of the 21st Century....

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