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In the play Henry the fourth written by William Shakespeare is triumphant and denial There is a prince named Hal that does not act like a prince that you think a prince would and fat man named Falstaff that is his friend In this play we see that the prince changes when his father and his country need him from a hooligan of a prince to a prince that is tough and noble I will show in steps how prince Hal turns from Pal Hal to Sweet hope In the starting of the play we see that the prince is a playboy He does not act princely He is always drinking and having fun with his friends At this point Hal does not really care that he is going to be the next ruler of his country so he just has fun He loves his friends He likes their companionship and the way they act He knows they use him to pay for drinks and get them out of trouble sometimes but that does not really bother him His best friend would have to be the fat old slob Falstaf Falstaf is always around in the story and talks all of the time He also spends most of his time drinking in the tavern Hal likes to hang out with Falstaf because he is funny and outspoken Hal and Falstaf could make fun of each other and call each other names and that wont bother them For instance when the prince started calling Falstaf This bed-presser this horse-back-breaker this huge hill of flesh Then Falstaf came back by saying Sblood you starveling you eel-skin you dried neats- tongue you bulls pizzle you stock-fish--O for breath to utter what is like thee-you tailors-yard you sheath you bow-case you vile standing tuckAct 22245-251 All this just slipped of there backs like it didnt even happen Hal likes having fun An example of this was
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