TITLE

ACT I

AUTHOR(S)
Shakespeare, William
PUB. DATE
January 2006
SOURCE
King Henry VI, Part III;2006, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Drama
ABSTRACT
Act I of the play "King Henry VI," Part III, by William Shakespeare is presented. It outlines how King Henry VI demanded the throne from York in London, England and stresses that he and his heirs may have the crown until he will die in a natural death. It states that Queen Margaret was disappointed with the King and decided to divorce herself from him. It notes that the King only consults his ally, Exeter, and will try to make up with the Queen and the three revolting lords.
ACCESSION #
35989084

 

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