Premium Content Relations On the Stage Between Older and Younger Men in 1 Henry IV and As You Like It
By Alison Smith - January 14, 2001
Compare the relations between older and younger men in the following extracts; pay close attention to the use of dramatic language and the opportunities offered by the text for different emphases in production: 1 Henry IV, 2.4.109-62 (Bevington ed., pp. 182-6) and As You Like It, 2.3.27-77 (Brissenden ed., pp. 131-3)
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