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To find out more about the ambiguous responses of critics about this passage, see Andrew Hatfield, “From English to British Literature” in Brendan Bradshaw & Peter Roberts, eds., Op. Cit, pp.140-58 (p.141-2); David J. Baker, “‘Wildehirissheman’: Colonial Representation in Shakespeare’s Henry V”, English Literary Renaissance, 22 (1992), pp.37-61; Michael Neill, “Broken English and Broken Irish: Nation, Language, and the Optic Power in Shakespeare’s Histories”, Shakespeare Quarterly, 45 (1994), pp.1-32; Philip Edwards, Threshold of a Nation: a study in English and Irish Drama (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979), pp.74-6.

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