Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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Vow , Burgundy , by honor of thy house , Pricked ono by public wrongs sustained in France , Either to get the town again or die . And I , as sure as English Henry lives And as his father here was conqueror , As sure as in this late ...
And among other the town and castle of Châtillon in Perigord was to him delivered by the Frenchmen upon composition that they might with their lives safely depart ; which town the earl strongly fortified both with men and ordnance .
Before Orleans Talbots men melt before Joan's attack , and , though he is dauntless , she relieves the town . The French triumph . But now Bedford has arrived with Burgundian allies : there is a new union on the English side , and the ...
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Henry VI Part One
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