King Richard II & King Henry IV

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Hal becomes the prodigal son; however, the sacrifices made for him cannot be afforded at this time. Still, King Henry focuses his efforts on promoting his son rather than his country; "Our business valued, some twelve days hence/ Our general forces at Bridgenorth shall meet...
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Hal becomes the prodigal son; however, the sacrifices made for him cannot be afforded at this time. Still, King Henry focuses his efforts on promoting his son rather than his country; "Our business valued, some twelve days hence/ Our general forces at Bridgenorth shall meet...
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