Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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In the present edition , therefore , the temptation to emend the original has been resisted as much as possible . Only two words to fill apparent lacunae have been supplied from consultation with the later Folios .
In a way that Nashe does not sufficiently suggest , Shakespeare exploits the poignant contrast between the past nostalgically apprehended through its monuments , and the past keenly re - enacted in the present between the past ...
In all submission and humility York doth present himself unto your Highness . King . Then what intends these forces thou dost bring ? York . To heave the traitor Somerset from hence , And fight against that monstrous rebel Cade ...
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Henry VI Part One
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