Excerpt from Act IV of Shakespeare's Henry V

Recall from memory the excerpt in question, which begins with 'This day is called the feast . . . .'
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Answer
'This
day
is
called
the
feast
of
Crispian . . .
He
that
shall
live
this
day,
and
see
old
age,
Will
yearly
on
the
vigil
feast
his
neighbours,
And
say
'To-morrow
is
Saint
Crispian:'
Then
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he
will
strip
his
sleeve
and
show
his
scars.
And
say
'These
wounds
I
had
on
Crispin's
Day.'
Old
men
forget:
yet
all
shall
be
forgot,
But
he'll
remember
with
advantages
What
feats
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he
did
that
day:
then
shall
our
names.
Familiar
in
his
mouth
as
household
words—
Harry
the
king,
Bedford
and
Exeter,
Warwick
and
Talbot,
Salisbury
and
Gloucester,
Be
in
their
flowing
cups
freshly
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remember'd
This
story
shall
the
good
man
teach
his
son;
And
Crispin
Crispian
shall
ne'er
go
by,
From
this
day
to
the
ending
of
the
world,
But
we
in
it
shall
be
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remember'd;
We
few,
we
happy
few,
we
band
of
brothers;
For
he
to-day
that
sheds
his
blood
with
me
Shall
be
my
brother;
be
he
ne'er
so
vile,
This
day
shall
gentle
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his
condition:
And
gentlemen
in
England
now
a-bed
Shall
think
themselves
accursed
they
were
not
here,
And
hold
their
manhoods
cheap
whiles
any
speaks
That
fought
with
us
upon
Saint
Crispin's
Day.'
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