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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-614

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610 WARNEFOHD SCHOLARSHIPS In what respects does the courage of both differ from that Owen Glendower On what grounds may the old reading of the line -" No more the thirsty entrance of this sail "-be defended What are the inducements put forth by Henry IV for new crusade in his introductory speech and how has Shakspeare contrived to set forth the character of the king in this opening scene Explain the following allusions And 'twixt his finger and his thumb he held ponncet box"-"The moody frontier of servant brow"-"The melancholy of Moor Ditch'1-"This canker Bolingbroke"-"Out of all cess"-"We steal as in castle cock- sure we have the receipt of fern-seed "-" Our induction is full of prosperous hope-Profited in strange concealments"-"You are too wilful-blame Trace the meaning of the following words "Wanton rushes" -"Charming your blood"-"Thou art our admiral thou bearest the lantern in the poop"-"Thou art perpetual triumph an everlasting bonfire -" Mad-cap Prince of Wales "-" Tnat daffed the world aside "-" Bathed like eagles "-" The king's press Justify the grammar of these passages Whose high deeds and great name in arms holds from all soldiers chief majority"- She is desperate here peevish self-willed harlotry"-"That when he please again to be himself-"All's one for that 10 What reasons are there for supposing that Shakspeare originally intended that Sir John Oldcastle should hold the place now occupied by Falstaff VI trail forgics Sm VI TRANSLATE with short explanatory notes Veruni ubi ductores acie revocaveris ambo Deterior qui visus eum ne prodigus obsit Dede neci melior vacua sine regnet in aula Alter erit maculis auro squalentibus ardens Nam duo sunt genera hie melior insignis et ore Et rutilis clarus squamis ille horridus alter
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