Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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Here is Sir William Lucy , who with me Set from our o'er - matchedo forces forth for aid . Somerset . How now , Sir William ! whither were you sent ? Lucy . Whither , my lord ? from bought and sold Lord Talbot ; Who , ringed about with ...
... And , force perforce , o I'll make him yield the crown , Whose bookisho rule hath pulled fair England down . Exit York . 255 [ Scene II . The Duke of Gloucester's house . ] Enter Gloucester and his wife Eleanor . 3 Duchess .
Once again one is struck in performance by the expressive force of the mere dumb show and noise ( witness the stage directions ) ; kings and crowns are treated as stage properties to enforce the chronicle moral about contempt for ...
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Henry VI Part One
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