The play ends at Shrewsbury, after the battle.
The play features three groups of characters that interact slightly at first, and then come together in the Battle of Shrewsburywhere the success of the rebellion will be decided. Through his plays, he questions the divine right of kings, which the kings and the aristocracy used heavily in their favour to win the people's love.
Shalvi, 64 Second, Hal's fraternizing with Falstaff and his companions is also a reaction to Hotspur's strict, pointless code of honour. In the "coming-of-age" interpretation, Hal's acquaintance with Falstaff and the tavern lowlife humanises him and provides him with a more complete view of life.
The Dering MS.
What is that word honour? Finally they will fight — for glory, for their lives, and for the kingdom. He is the ideal of moderation and propriety and his honour is the true moral worth of the magnanimous man, which combines chivalry and justice.
He likes Falstaff but makes no pretense at being like him. Many of Shakespeare's other works are nearly absolute in their adherence to either the comic or tragic traditions, but in the two Henry IV plays Shakespeare combines comedy and drama in ways that seem to bring a certain realism to his characters, and thus the plays.