Shakespeare Saturday: King Henry IV, Part 1

Were't not for laughing, I should pity him Henry Bolingbroke, who seized the throne from Richard II and unwittingly got him assassinated, is not enjoying himself. He suffers from guilty conscience because of Richard's death, and unrest in the Scottish and Welsh borders is preventing him from going on the crusade he has promised. Closer … Continue reading Shakespeare Saturday: King Henry IV, Part 1

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