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MonkeyNotes-Henry VI, Part 1 by William Shakespeare

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Act V, Scene II

Summary

The Parisians have revolted against the English and this has
done much to raise the spirit of the French mobility. The
Dauphin is informed that the English forces have combined
and mean to attack soon. Joan encourages him to be
courageous and prepare for the battle.

Notes

In the France the war is still raging. The French nobility has to
strain themselves to keep going, and Charles’ mention of
"drooping spirits" reflects the Mood of the Frenchmen. The
moment of climax in the battlefield is fast approaching, for the
English have gathered their force and are preparing for a hard
strike. Pucelle warns the Dauphin against the danger of letting
fear sap his strength and boosts his morale to prepare his spirit
for the fight.

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