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To whom among these would Henry V, as he appears in William Shakespeare's play of the same name................

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To whom among these would Henry V, as he appears in William Shakespeare's play of the same name, have been able to talk in the period leading up to the play?

AFalstaff
BOphelia
COberon
DIago

Correct Option: 1  

Explanation:
Falstaff
After Henry was crowned, the period when Shakespeare's play was set, he refused to have anything to do with his roistering companion from his princely days, Falstaff. Falstaff does not appear in the play, having died apparently from grief shortly before, but Henry would have been able speak to him, and did frequently, in the period before the play was set, although he obviously could not during the actual play itself. The other Shakespearean characters mentioned are from different plays.
posted Mar 15 by Aman

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