1) the rhetoric of war: elizabeth 1: speech to the troops at tilbury. Relates to saint crispin speech: line 24 harry talks about self and talking to entire army. He says the only thing he covets is honour. Harry makes a case for honour here. He wants the most honour he can possibly get. Saint cripin veterans are rewarded with a sense of pride. Rhetoric strategy false because gentlemen will always have more benefits but harry says it"s an imagined shift of class. This speech was made by shakespeare but fashioned by queen elizabeth"s speech: english more ragged than french soldiers possessing this abstract sense of honour, insults and threatens french. 2) just war and royal responsibility: 4. 1 harry goes into disguise and mingles with commoners. Begins with harry saying that king is still mortal person. King"s two bodies mortal body king is but a man like i am.