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This is one tangle he cannot talk his way out of. Hal has decided to join the real world, within which he belongs, and pushes Falstaff and his Utopia life aside as foolish. As Baker states. "A wholly romantic character is helpless in a wholly realistic situation. Even Falstaff is helpless. He is the most romantic figure in Shakespeare; but his romanticism is entirely the romanticism of humor...
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As Baker states. "A wholly romantic character is helpless in a wholly realistic situation. Even Falstaff is helpless. He is the most romantic figure in Shakespeare; but his romanticism is entirely the romanticism of humor." The setting is now set for the Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor. "In the Wives ," Baker continues to say, "Falstaff deliberately descends from his throne of wit, his Utopia nonsense, and sets himself a definite, practical task, that of overcoming the virtue of two bourgeois wives of Windsor...
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