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Henry V, Act IV, Scene 3, William Shakespeare, 1600

Shakespeare, William. "Henry V, Act IV, Scene 3." shakespeare.mit.edu. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Apr. 2016.

The implication of lines 10-14 (“By Jove…covet honor”) is that the speaker

A

demonstrates that he can get swept away by his passions.

B

recognizes that self-identity supersedes material objects.

C

acknowledges his own moral shortcomings.

D

understands that the rich and poor have a common human bond.

E

illustrates that greed is debilitating to those in power.

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