By William Shakespeare
By the point depicted during this play, Henry has become the best of English kings. although he has retained the typical contact and humorousness he confirmed as Falstaff's bosom blood brother within the components of Henry IV, he has develop into fiercely centred. He punishes those that have plotted opposed to him; in conflict opposed to the French, he exhibits himself an indomitable chief of fellows; and, on the finish, he conquers even the guts of Catherine, the gorgeous daughter of the French king.
Henry V is among the most well-liked of Shakespeare's performs — partially since it brings extra information of the downward-spiraling fortunes of a few of the loved scoundrels from Henry IV, and in part since it is so intensely patriotic.
Who can continue dry-eyed, who can hold his or her middle from welling up, while Henry supplies his nice speech earlier than the conflict of Agincourt?
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Likewise, a little over two decades after the Overend crash, The Times referred back to the events of 1866 in conjunction with the panic of 1890. ’’16 Pertinent to these statements is the fact that during the banking panic of 1857, Bagehot was a bank manager with his father’s firm. 17 Walter had met Miss Wilson when he came to discuss with her father the possibility of writing for Wilson’s periodical. Alarmed about her health, Eliza traveled to Edinburgh in search of medical treatment immediately after the engagement.
Hammond Chubb, reveals fluctuations in attitudes about the need for safeguards against fraudulent accounting. In his report, Chubb notes that Thomason Hankey’s Principles of Banking (1867) assumed that the higher departments of the organization checked the accounts of the lower, the chief accountant, for example, overseeing the accounts of the chief cashier. Complaining that this understanding had ‘‘been put aside’’ gradually, Chubb states that until 1849 ‘‘a vast system of supervision and administrative control’’ was in place because the accountants used two sets of books.
Certainly, by the Victorian period, the Gothic commonly considered every woman (mothers, wives, sisters, and daughters) as a potential madwoman in the attic. Bagehot’s own mother’s insanity and his future wife’s intimations of mental and physical instability are at least partially informed by this Victorian construction of the feminine. And, in fact, Eliza’s scrupulous health concerns often evoke manic reactions in her future partner, who continually describes the emotional upsets he experiences as a result.