other hand, the final act has the Queen of France refer to Henry’s eyes, which have formerly "borne in them / Against the French that met them in their bent / The fatal balls of murdering basilisks" and the marriage has the slightly uneasy or unnatural closure that unifies unharmonious opposites in such ‘problem’ comedies as All’s Well that Ends Well or Much Ado about Nothing.

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