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Think back to the moments when Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 1 shifts from one distinctive locale to another. Select one of these dramatic shifts of scene and describe all the ways in which that shift is signaled. How do we as audience members know that we are in another place (Are we told where we are? By whom? If we are not told where we are, how do we know? What is the suggested significance of this new location? What other changes accompany the change of scene (a change in the way people speak, a change in the topics of conversation, a change in the mood, etc.)? What is the significance of the setting in this play?
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