Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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Villain , thou knowest the law of arms is such That whoso draws a sword , ' tis presento death , Or else this blow should broacho thy dearest blood . But I'll unto his majesty and craveo I may have liberty to venge ° this wrong .
The Regent hath with Talbot broke his word And left us to the rage of France his sword . Where is John Talbot ? Pause , and take thy breath ; I gave thee life and rescued thee from death . John . O , twice my father , twice am I thy son ...
... not ) in a secret place there among old iron , appointed she her sword to be sought out and brought her , that with five flower - de - lices was graven on both sides , wherewith she fought and did many slaughters by her own hands .
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Henry VI Part One
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