Henry V: Saint Crispin’s Day

Today is the Feast of Saint Crispin, and the anniversary of the English victory at Agincourt. This is one of the most well known speeches written by Shakespeare, ranking right up with Anthony’s, ‘Friends, Romans, Countrymen’ and Hamlet’s ‘To be or not to be.’

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One comment

  1. My son is memorizing the entire speech for school, and doing an admirable job of it, too! Thanks for posting this so we could watch it together! Cheers!

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