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MonkeyNotes-Henry VI, Part 1 by William Shakespeare

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QUESTIONS

Analyze the character of the following: -

Joan of Arc.

Talbot.

Henry VI.

Joan of the Arc can be seen as a witch or a saint depending
upon the Viewer’s perspective comment.

Identify and explore the important Themes of the play.

The play is incoherent and heterogeneous. Substantiate with a
special focus on the structure of the plot.

Although the play is named after Henry VI, he is not the true
hero of the play. Affirm or negate with substantiation.

The theme of the French wars is closely interwoven with the
theme of disunity in the English ranks. Show how one
contributes to the other.

Talbot and Joan serve as contrast for the ideal that each
personifies. State what each stands for and bring into light how
they serve as a foil to each other.

Talbot’s death and defeat is not a result of French might but of
English weakness. How far is this true?

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