Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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... to “ live turmoilèd in the court ” when he “ may enjoy such quiet walks as these ” in Kent ( IV.x.17–18 ) seems within a few lines overjoyed to attend henceforth on King Henry at court : “ May Iden live to merit such a bounty !
Alas , he hath no home , no place to fly to ; Nor knows he how to live but by the spoil , Unless by robbing of your friends and us . Were't not a shame , that whilst you live at jar , The fearful French , whom you late vanquished ...
In dreadful war mayst thou be overcome , Or live in peace abandoned and despised ! [ Exeunt Northumberland , Clifford and Westmoreland . ) Warwick . Turn this way , Henry , and regard them not . Exeter .
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Henry VI Part One
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