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Galland Endnote 8

Andrew Gurr emphasizes the significance of this scene in his introduction: “From early in Act 3 the different dialects of the four captains […] offer an aural challenge to the claims for brotherhood. No play of Shakespeare’s makes so much use of differences in languages and has more language barriers” (p.36). William Shakespeare, Henry V, Andrew Gurr (ed.) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992).

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