Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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I beseech your Majesty , give me leave to go ; Sorrow wouldo solace , and mine age would ease . King . Stay , Humphrey Duke of Gloucester : ere thou go , Give up thy staff : Henry will to himself Protector be ; and God shall be my hope ...
If thou be'st Death , I'll give thee England's treasure , Enough to purchase such another island , So thou wilt let me live , and feel no pain , King . Ah , what a sign it is of evil life , Where death's approach is seen so terrible !
Son Edward , she is fair and virtuous , Therefore delay not , give thy hand to Warwick ; And , with thy hand , thy faith irrevocable , That only Warwick's daughter shall be thine . Prince . Yes , I accept her , for she well deserves it ...
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Henry VI Part One
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