Bardolph


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Bardolph

“coney-catching rascal”; follower of Falstaff. [Br. Lit.: Merry Wives of Windsor]
See: Clowns

Bardolph

for red nose, known as “knight of the burning lamp.” [Br. Lit.: Merry Wives of Windsor]
See: Nose
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Now, following the death of her husband Bardolph, she is enjoying the new-found freedom of being able to do and say exactly as she pleases.
Sean Sinitski, who also plays the King of France, is deliciously corrupt as the sharp-tongued thief Pistol who with fellow scoundrel-soldiers Bardolph (Derek Jeck) and Nym (Shane Richlen) uses combat to cover up criminal activity.
Now, following the death of her husband Bardolph, she is enjoying her new-found freedom to do and say exactly as she pleases.
It is remarkable that the soldier he orders hanged is none other than Bardolph, one of his companions from his earlier life.
The site is located approximately five miles east of Nottingham, between Netherfield and Stoke Bardolph.
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In exploring Ezenwa-Ohaeto's aesthetic strategies, therefore, the concern is not primarily linguistic analysis but to demonstrate how the poet creatively achieves what Jacqueline Bardolph (1984:151) calls "effective oral stylisation of oral characteristics in the written medium."
Sixteen people are recorded as having been present, among whom were Harry Cassidy, George Grube, Edgar Mclnnes, Joseph Parkinson, Bardolph Wasteneys, Frank Underhill, and me.
Citadel Arts Centre, St Helens, 01744 735436, - to Sat, 09 Apr Bardolph's Box is a new, fun and exciting introduction to Shakespeare, for 8-12-year-olds and their families.