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Henry V: Quick Text: The Graphic Novel (British English)

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Description for Henry V: Quick Text: The Graphic Novel (British English) Paperback. It's the 15th century and the Archbishop of Canterbury, worried over impending legislation that would effectively rob the Church in England of its power and wealth, convinces Henry V to forego this pursuit in favour of laying claim to France. The Dauphin's insulting response convinces Henry that the French will only respond to war. Illustrator(s): Cameron, Neil; , Bambos; Cardy, Jason; Nicholson, Kat. Editor(s): McDonald, John; Dobbyn, Nigel. Num Pages: 144 pages, 612. BIC Classification: DDS; FXL; YFW. Category: (G) General (US: Trade); (Y) Teenage / Young Adult. Dimension: 246 x 170 x 11. Weight in Grams: 556. Quick Text. 144 pages, 612. Illustrator(s): Cameron, Neil; , Bambos; Cardy, Jason; Nicholson, Kat. Editor(s): McDonald, John; Dobbyn, Nigel. It's the 15th century and the Archbishop of Canterbury, worried over impending legislation that would effectively rob the Church in England of its power and wealth, convinces Henry V to forego this pursuit in favour of laying claim to France. The Dauphin's insulting response convinces Henry that the French will only respond to war. Cateogry: (G) General (US: Trade); (Y) Teenage / Young Adult. BIC Classification: DDS; FXL; YFW. Dimension: 246 x 170 x 11. Weight: 556.
The full story with reduced dialogue for easier reading. It's the 15th century and the Archbishop of Canterbury, worried over impending legislation that would effectively rob the Church in England of its power and wealth, convinces Henry V to forego this pursuit in favour of laying claim to France. Armed with a legal technicality, Henry means to take the throne of France by whatever means necessary. The Dauphin's insulting response (sending an ambassador with a gift of tennis balls) convinces Henry that the French will only respond to war. He gathers his army to invade France, but he must also ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Classical Comics Ltd
Number of pages
144
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2007
Condition
New
Weight
555g
Number of Pages
144
Place of Publication
LUDLOW, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781906332020
SKU
V9781906332020
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About William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare is one of the most widely read authors and possibly the best dramatist ever to live. The actual date of his birth is not known but, traditionally, April 23 1564, has been his accepted birthday (St George's Day). He died on the same date in 1616, aged 52.The life of William Shakespeare can be divided into three acts. ... Read more

Reviews for Henry V: Quick Text: The Graphic Novel (British English)
I'm fascinated by your approach to the play and its language. I find them gripping, dramatic and, although for me the original Shakespeare is always my reason for turningto these plays, I think that what you are doing in illuminating and making perhaps more lucid, especially for young people, is clever and meaningful. Patrick Stewart, Actor Because Shakespeare is the ... Read more

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