Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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Look not upon me , for thine eyes are wounding . Yet do not go away ; come , basilisk , o And kill the innocent gazer with thy sight : For in the shade of death I shall find joy , In life but double death , now Gloucester's dead .
Dazzle mine eyes , ° or do I see three suns ? Richard . Three glorious suns , each one a perfect sun ; Not separated with the racking clouds , But severed in a pale clear - shining sky . See , see ! they join , embrace , and seem to ...
I'll aid thee tear for tear ; And let our hearts and eyes , like civil war , Be blind with tears , and break o'ercharged with grief . Enter Father , bearing of his Son . Father . Thou that so stoutly hath resisted me , Give me thy gold ...
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Henry VI Part One
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