Abstract: In 5 pages, the author discusses the theme of political vs. personal in William Shakespeare's 'Henry V.' Throughout 'Henry V,' the king had to deal with the facets of the theme of political vs. personal. As a king, he was a political leader. On a more personal note, he did have friends and acquaintances. Henry had to contend with both political and personal issues that were oftentimes in juxtaposition such as a gift that was a faux pas, friends who became traitors, and his marriage. No additional sources are sighted.
Subcatagory: Henry IV, V