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I want some informations about Julius Caesar and HenryV
how Shakespeare's plays depict the universal struggle for power?
What type of character do they display? Is there a gap between their appearance and their reality? please i need the answer if you can
I'm not sure where the change happens in the series Henry IV pts1/2 - Henry V, but you might need to consider the earlier plays as well. It's ages since I read those plays, but offhand I'd say that the key relationships to consider are Brutus/Caesar in the Roman play and Prince Hal/Falstaff in the English one - they're both about the betrayal of friendship in the search for power.
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I dont recognize what is the meaning by a gap between their appearance and their reality?
again thank u:)