Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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30 Warwick and the rest cry all , “ Warwick ! Warwick ! ” and set upon the Guard , who fly , crying , " Arm ! arm ! " , Warwick and the rest following them . The Drum playing and Trumpet sounding , enter Warwick , Somerset , and the ...
And , weakling , Warwick takes his gift again , And Henry is my king , Warwick his subject . King Edward . But Warwick's king is Edward's prisoner ; And , gallant Warwick , do but answer this : What is the body when the head is off ?
What , Warwick , wilt thou leave the town , and fight ? Or shall we beat the stones about thine ears ? Warwick . Alas , I am not coopedo here for defense ! I will away towards Barnet presently , And bid thee battle , Edward , if thou ...
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Henry VI Part One
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