Henry VI: Part III In Plain and Simple English: A Modern Translation and the Original Version

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Own it, York; For this can be thine, and never King Henry’s heirs’. YORK support me then, candy Warwick, and that i will; For hither we've got damaged in by means of strength. NORFOLK We’ll all help you; he that flies shall [30] die. YORK thank you, light Norfolk. remain by way of me, my lords; And, infantrymen, remain and inn by way of me tonight. [They move up. WARWICK And whilst the King comes, provide him no violence. until he search to thrust you out perforce. YORK The Queen this present day the following holds her [35] parliament, yet little thinks we will be of her council. through phrases or blows the following allow us to win our correct. RICHARD Artn’d as we're, let’s remain inside of this apartment. WARWICK The bloody parliament shall this be call’d, [40] until Plantagenet, Duke of York, be King, And bashful Henry depos’d, whose cowardice Hath made us by-words to our enemies. YORK Then go away me now not, my lords; be resolute: I suggest to take ownership of my correct. WARWICK Neither the King, nor he that loves [45] him most sensible, The proudest he that holds up Lancaster, Dares stir a wing if Warwick shake his bells. I’ll plant Plantagenet, root him up who dares. unravel thee, Richard; declare the English crown. [York occupies the throne. Flourish. input KING HENRY, CLIFFORD, NORTHUMBERLAND, WESTMORELAND, EXETER, and Others, with pink roses of their hats. KING HENRY My lords, glance the place the good [50] insurgent sits. Even within the chair of kingdom! Belike he capability, Back’d by means of the ability of Warwick, that fake peer, To aspire unto the crown and reign as king. Earl of Northumberland, he slew thy father; And thine, Lord Clifford; and also you either have [55] vow’d revenge On him, his sons, his favourites, and his buddies. NORTHUMBERLAND If I be now not, heavens be reveng’d on me! CUFFORD The desire thereof makes Clifford mourn in metal. WESTMORELAND What, we could undergo this? Let’s pluck him down; [60] My pay attention for anger burns; i will not brook it. KING HENRY wait and see, light Earl of Westmoreland. CLIFFORD persistence is for poltroons akin to he; He durst no longer take a seat there had your father liv’d. My gracious lord, the following within the parliament [65] allow us to assail the kinfolk of York. NORTHUMBERLAND good hast thou spoken, cousin; be it so. KING HENRY Ah, recognize you no longer town favours them, they usually have troops of squaddies at their beck? EXETER but if the Duke is slain they’ll speedy fly. KING HENRY some distance be the idea of this from [70] Henry’s center, To make a shambles of the parliament residence! Cousin of Exeter, frowns, phrases, and threats, will be the conflict that Henry capability to exploit. Thou factious Duke of York, descend my throne [75] And kneel for grace and mercy at my ft; i'm thy sovereign. YORK i'm thine. EXETER For disgrace, come down; he made thee Duke of York. YORK ’Twas my inheritance, because the earldom was once. [80] EXETER Thy father was once a traitor to the crown. WARWICK Exeter, thou artwork a traitor to the crown In following this usurping Henry. CLIFFORD Whom should still he stick with yet his typical king? WARWICK real, Clifford; and that’s Richard Duke of York. KING HENRY And shall I stand, and thou sit down in my throne?

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