Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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Then let me stay , and , father , do you fly : Your loss is great , so your regard should be ; My worth unknown , no loss is known in me . Upon my death the French can little boast ; In yours they will , in you all hopes are lost .
Ne'er may he live to see a sunshine day That cries " Retire , ” if Warwick bid him stay . Edward . Lord Warwick , on thy shoulder will I lean , And when thou fail'st — as God forbid the hour ! — 190 Must Edward fall , which peril heaven ...
The more I stay , o the more I'll succor thee . Queen Margaret . O , but impatience waiteth ono true sorrow . And see where comes the breeder of my sorrow ! Enter Warwick . King Lewis . What's he approacheth boldly to our Queen Margaret ...
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Henry VI Part One
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