Falstaff + Hotspur = Prince Hal: Their Actions on the Battlefield

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Title: Falstaff + Hotspur = Prince Hal: Their Actions on the Battlefield
 
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(In fact, Shakespeare this paper is plagiarized--to find the original, go to school sucks. com one word on the internet impales all the conspirators by showing them carving up England like a roast--no English audience could be sympathetic.) In his instance on protecting his rights and honors, while at the same time engaging in the most egregious dishonor of rebelling against his sovereign king, Hotspur shows a hypocrisy and vanity that mirrors Falstaff's...
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As personalities of course, Hotspur and Falstaff can be thought of as polar opposites: Falstaff is as venal and craven as Hotspur is proud and unyielding. Falstaff allows himself to be made the butt of endless jesting. One imagines that Hotspur would rather die than be ridiculed...
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