Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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And leave my followers here to fight and die ? My age was never tainted with such shame . John . And shall my youth be guilty of such blame ? No more can I be severed from your side Than can yourself yourself in twaino divide .
Alas , my lord , I cannot fight ; for God's sake , pity my case ! The spite of man prevaileth against me . O Lord , have mercy upon me ! I shall never be able to fight a blow . O Lord , my heart ! Gloucester .
Be it with resolution , then , to fight . Prince . My royal father , cheer these noble lords And hearten those that fight in your defense : Unsheathe your sword , good father ; cry “ Saint George ! " March .
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Henry VI Part One
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