Bardolph


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Bardolph

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

for red nose, known as “knight of the burning lamp.” [Br. Lit.: Merry Wives of Windsor]
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King Henry IV David Bradley Henry, Prince of Wales Matthew Macfadyen Sir John Falstaff Michael Gambon Henry Percy (Hotspur) David Harewood Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland Jeffery Kissoon Justice Shallow John Wood Poins, Justice Silence Adrian Scarborough Mistress Quickly Susan Brown Bardolph Roger Sloman Lady Percy Naomi Frederick Lady Mortimer, Doll Tearsheet Eve Myles
12), a phenomenal amount of money at a time when "an artisan earned around 5 [pounds sterling] a year" (Berry 82); and in Henry V Bardolph says that he received nothing for his service to Falstaff (2.
IN the Chester Cup Michael Blanshard's 11 to 1 chance Welshman (J Quinn) hacks up from Paul Cole's Bardolph (T Quinn) with Paul Kelleway's Line Drummer (D Biggs) in third and Martin Pipe's Tamarpour (M Roberts) fourth.
lAnother shock in the Cesarewitch when 33-1 Go South (John Jenkins/ Nick Carlisle) beats Bardolph.
Kelly's vocabulary--"blood boiling," "vomit forth," "harangue," "most horrid invectives,"--focuses the chaos and disorder revolution brings, a disorder of language imaged in the features of Shakespeare's Bardolph, a conniving, treacherous thief whom Henry V executes for robbing churches.
Warwickshire Under-11s beat Nottinghamshire by 21 runs at Stoke Bardolph CC.
Warwickshire Under 11s, who started their season with a 7 wicket win against local rivals Staffordshire, travel top meet Nottinghamshire at Stoke Bardolph C.
Our edition restores Sir John's original surname for the first time in printed texts (though there is reason to believe that even after 1596 the name 'Oldcastle' was sometimes used on the stage), and also restores Russell and Harvey, names Shakespeare was probably obliged to alter to Bardolph and Peto.
It overturned late on Sunday after going over a treacherous weir near Stoke Bardolph on the River Trent near Nottingham following an engine failure.
Wright's book is on the whole good and useful, but as Jacqueline Bardolph observed in her favorable review for Research in African Literatures, his habit of beginning each chapter with a summary of the novel sometimes leads him to sound as though the novels have a straightforward content that can be summarized; in the chapter on Maps he occasionally sounds as though Askar is a unitary subject, even though he knows this is not true.
The crowd's interest is caught by the accessible slang and vivid performances of Singleton, Salovitz, Shorty and Sharpley as the comic-relief quartet of Pistol, Bardolph, Nym and the Boy.
The arguments about ironic juxtapositioning of scenes, or the undercutting of Henry's aloofness by, for example, Fluellen, Bates, Williams, Gower, Bardolph, Nym, and Nell, are impatiently dismissed with a patrician gesture rather than credited or engaged with.