With its heroic king, victory at Agincourt and its complex portrayal of warfare, Henry V has remained one of the most performed and most popular of Shakespeare’s histories. This edition from The Arden Shakespeare is edited by TW Craik with meticulous scholarship. The book provides an almost scene-by-scene introduction to the play, a text edited from the First Folio, extensive commentaries and textual notes. First published 1995. No jacket.