Henry VI, Part One; Henry VI, Part Two; Henry VI, Part Three
New American Library, 1986 - 620 pages
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To Eltham will I , where the young king is , Being ordained his special governor , And for his safety there I'll best devise . Exit . Winchester . Each hath his place and function to attend ; I am left out ; for me nothing remains .
Whereto they were the more earnestly bent , and thought it a thing of greater facility , because of King Henry's young years ; whom ( because he was a child ) they esteemed not , but with one consent revolted from their sworn fealty ...
Young Clifford . And so to arms , victorious father , To quell the rebels and their complices . Richard . Fie ! Charity , for shame ! Speak not in spite , For you shall sup with Jesu Christ tonight . o 200 205 210 Young Clifford .
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Henry VI Part One
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