Henry IV, Part I by William Shakespeare

This classic play revolves around the life of King Henry IV, his son Prince Hal, and their turbulent kingdom. The kingdom is in chaos due to rebellions, and the king is disappointed with his son's irresponsible behavior. The prince, however, spends his time in taverns with the amusing and deceitful Falstaff. As the rebellion against the king grows, Prince Hal shows his true potential and bravery by not only saving his father in battle but also killing the leader of the rebellion, proving himself to be a worthy heir to the throne.

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