Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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Joan's remarks on Burgundy's change of mind and on Talbot's dead body , quoted above , are examples . And this is Talbot's comment on Salisbury's dying wounds received before Orleans : Hear , hear how dying Salisbury doth groan !
Me seemeth then it is no policy , Respectingo what a rancorous mind he bears , And his advantage following your decease , That he should come about your royal person Or be admitted to your Highness ' Council .
Yet , Warwick , in despite of all mischance , Of thee thyself and all thy complices , Edward will always bear himself as King : Though fortune's malice overthrow my state , My mind exceeds the compasso of her wheel . Warwick .
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Henry VI Part One
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