Title: Falstaff + Hotspur = Prince Hal: Their Actions on the Battlefield
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This relationship is not filled with mutual respect however. Falstaff no doubt hopes that his fraternizing with the young Prince will mean a pay-off in titles, money, and prestige when Hal comes into power. Falstaff asks the Prince, "Do not thou, when thou art king, hang a thief" (I.ii); thieving is after all Falstaff's "vocation," so he shows here that he is already thinking of how to gain an advantage of the future king's influence...
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Falstaff asks the Prince, "Do not thou, when thou art king, hang a thief" (I.ii); thieving is after all Falstaff's "vocation," so he shows here that he is already thinking of how to gain an advantage of the future king's influence. As for Hal, he calls Falstaff every insult in the world, and far from not meaning it, unveils at Falstaff's "death" his true feelings for Falstaff: "O, I should have a heavy miss of thee/If I were much in love with vanity!/Death hath not strook so fat a deer to-day, though many dearer, in this bloody fray...
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