William Shakespeare's Works/Histories/King Henry V

The Life of Henry the Fifth is a historical play by William Shakespeare, written in early 1599. This play is the fourth part in a series of eight plays about the War of the Roses between the Houses of York and Lancaster.

ActsEdit

Dramatis PersonæEdit

  • King Henry V
  • Duke of Gloucester
  • Duke of Bedford
  • Duke of Exeter
  • Duke of York
  • Earl of Salisbury
  • Earl of Westmoreland
  • Earl of Warwick
  • Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Bishop of Ely
  • Earl of Cambridge
  • Scroop
  • Sir Thomas Grey
  • Sir Thomas Eppingham
  • Gower
  • Fluellen
  • MacMorris
  • Jamy
  • Bates
  • Court
  • Williams
  • Pistol
  • Nym
  • Bardolph
  • Charles VI
  • Lewis
  • Duke of Burgundy
  • Duke of Orleans
  • Duke of Bourbon
  • Rambures
  • Grandpre
  • Montjoy
  • Isabel
  • Katharine
  • Alice
  • a Boy
  • a Herald
  • the Constable of France
  • the Governor of Harfleur
  • English Ambassadors
  • Hostess
  • Lords
  • Ladies
  • Officers
  • Soldiers
  • Citizens
  • Messengers
  • Attendants
  • Chorus
Last modified on 23 May 2009, at 17:22