Like most of Shakespeare’s plays, Henry V exists in two different early printed versions: the Folio version of 1623 and an earlier Quarto version. There are many differences between the two versions, the most important of which involve the assignment of the speeches of Westmorland, Warwick, the Dauphin, and Bourbon. Additionally, the character called Clarence in the Quarto is called Bedford in the Folio.
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by ReadingShakespearefor450th, April 09, 2013
I just finished Henry V, the 19th Shakespeare play, in my quest to read all the Bard by his 450th birthday next year. If you're interested, visit my blog to find out what I thought of it and more on what I thought of Henry: