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The theme re-appears later in Shallow and Falstaff's discussion about the advancing age of Jane Nightwork, a prostitute whom both had enjoyed in their college days (189-214). It also appears in lines like Feeble's "[W]e owe God a death" (229-230) and Falstaff's unobtrusively ominous closing remarks: "Well, I'll be acquainted with him [Shallow] if I return" (322-3; emphasis added).
Reading all of Shakespeare by April 2014. Just finished Henry IV, Part Two. I blog on the plays I finish. My take on H IV, Part 2 is at:
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written a comprehensive note on henry iv part 2. I think this will be helpful for students
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