Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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In the few instances where lines of verse are improperly divided in the Folio , they have been rearranged ... Occasionally when the printers of the Folio may seem to have divided a single line into two verses , it is quite clear that ...
Mortimer Exit 129 will [ so F , though modern editors , following Theobald , conjecture ill ( i.e. , turn my injuries to my benefit ) ] III.1.52–53 [ most modern editions reassign line 52 to Somerset and line 53 to Warwick ] 164 all ...
30 Lord - Protectorship Lords Protectorship 39–40 between these lines Q inserts the following : “ Humphrey . Dare . I tell thee Priest , Plantagenets could neuer brooke the dare./Card . I am Plantagenet as well as thou , and sonne to ...
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Henry VI Part One
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