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Henry IV Part 2

William Shakespeare

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Act III, Scene ii

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Act III, Scene ii

Act III, Scene ii

Act III, Scene ii

Act III, Scene ii

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).

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What is the name of the man that Shallow recalls Falstaff beating up?
Poins B. Silence C. Suffolk D. Scoggin
Who says he went to college at the Inns of Court with Falstaff?
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