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Folger Edition: print and e-edition Henry V, Barbara Mowat and Paul Werstine, eds. (1994) Folger Shakespeare Library/Washington Square Press.

 

Folger Digital Texts: www.folgerdigitaltexts.org

 

Further Reading

1415: Henry V’s Year of Glory. Ian Mortimer. (2009) Bodley Head.

Agincourt, A Novel. Bernard Cornwell. (2009) Harper Perennial.*

Agincourt: Henry V and the Battle that Made England. Juliet Barker. (2007) Back Bay Books.

Band of Brothers. Stephen E. Ambrose. (2001) Simon and Schuster.*

Henry V: The Graphic Novel. John McDonald (Adapter), Clive Bryant (Editor), Neill Cameron (Illustrator), Bambos (Illustrator), Jason Cardy (Illustrator), Kat Nicholson (Illustrator), Nigel Dobbyn (Illustrator), (2008) Classical Comics.

Henry V: The Rebirth of Chivalry. Malcolm Mercer. (2004) Kew, UK: National Archives.

Poems of War and Remembrance, Audio. Including poems by Wilfred Owens, W.B. Yeats, Alfred Lord Tennyson, and more. (2012) Audio Go, LTD.

Shakespeare’s Kings: The Great Plays and the History of England in the Middle Ages, 1337-1485. John Julius Norwich. (1999) New York: Scribner.

 

Film and Television

Band of Brothers. Stephen Spielberg, Tom Hanks (producers). HBO, 2002. Mini-Series.*

Henry V. Kenneth Branagh. Curzon Film Distributers, 1989. Film.*

Henry V. Laurence Olivier. Eagle-Lion Distributers, LTD, 1944. Film.

The Hollow Crown: Henry V. Thea Sharrock. BBC Two, 2012. Mini-Series.*

Renaissance Man. Penny Marshall. Touchstone Pictures, 1994. Film.

 

Extras

Horrible Histories: Agincourt, the Movie

 

*Some resources contain mature content related to the violence of war. Please use discretion when studying these resources.

 


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