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  The Probert Encyclopaedia - The Plays of Shakespeare
The Duke of Gloster is a brother of the King in King Henry V. The Duke of Gloster is uncle to the King in King Henry VI part I and in King Henry VI part II.
Henry is the Prince of Wales and son of King Henry IV in King Henry IV part 1 and in King Henry IV part II.
Henry Percy is the son of the Earl of Northumberland in King Richard II and in King Henry IV part 1.
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 Henry VI, part 2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The play we know as The Second Part of King Henry the Sixth was originally known as The First Part of the Contention betwixt the Two Famous Houses of York and Lancaster.
This play, which may have been written before or after the two-part play, was grouped together by later editors with the two-parter to form a trilogy - Henry VI parts 1, 2, and 3.
This play begins with the marriage of King Henry VI of England to the young Margaret of Anjou.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Henry_VI,_part_2   (786 words)

 Henry VI (Part 2) the play by William Shakespeare
The series of Henry VI plays revolve around the War of the Roses which lasted from 1455 to 1485.The war was fought between two branches of the Plantagenet family, the Houses of Lancaster and York.
Henry IV ("Bolingbroke," son of the Duke of Lancaster), 1399-1413.
Henry VI (son of Henry V, deposed), 1422-1471.
www.william-shakespeare.info /shakespeare-play-king-henry-vi-part-2.htm   (1046 words)

 Henry VI Part II
Henry VI Part II continues the story begun in Henry VI Part I, which ended with the marriage of Henry to Margaret of Anjou in April 1445, when Henry was 24.
Henry Bolingbroke's ascendancy to the English throne as Henry IV was the germinal event that triggered the War of the Roses (1455-1485) between the House of Lancaster--founded by Bolingbroke's father, John of Gaunt--and the House of York.
House of Lancaster: Henry IV ("Bolingbroke," son of the Duke of Lancaster), 1399-1413.
cummingsstudyguides.net /xHenry6Part2.html   (2350 words)

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King Henry VI, Part ii, act 1, scene 3 SUFFOLK Please it your majesty, this is the man That doth accuse his master of high treason: His words were these: that Richard, Duke of York, Was rightful heir unto the English crown And that your majesty was a usurper.
King Henry VI, Part ii, act 4, scene 2 DICK [Aside] Ay, by my faith, the field is honourable; and there was he borne, under a hedge, for his father had never a house but the cage.
King Henry VI, Part iii, act 1, scene 1 EDWARD Lord Stafford's father, Duke of Buckingham, Is either slain or wounded dangerously; I cleft his beaver with a downright blow: That this is true, father, behold his blood.
www.cs.usyd.edu.au /~cs3/soft3104/resources/reference.t001.output   (20883 words)

 Henry VI Part III
Henry VI Part III continues the story begun in Henry VI Part I (which ended with the marriage of Henry to Margaret) and Henry VI Part II (which ended with Richard Plantagenet claiming the crown).
Poor Henry is captured in the north of England and imprisoned in the Tower of London.
Henry VI persuades Richard Plantagenet to delay his ascendancy to the throne until after Henry has completed his reign.
cummingsstudyguides.net /xHenry6Part3.html   (2120 words)

 Shakespeare Henry Sixth 6th Part II Summary
Quotations are for the most part taken from that work, as are paraphrases of his commentary.
Suffolk (William de la Pole, Marquess and later 1st Duke of Suffolk) presents Queen Margaret of Anjou to Henry VI, in whom Henry is delighted [the coronation was historically in 1445].
Henry notes the queen's mourning and says she would not have mourned his own death so much.
www.mcgoodwin.net /pages/otherbooks/ws_henry6_2.html   (2691 words)

 King Henry VI, part II - Everything Shakespeare Summaries
Stemming from accusations that a man said York should be king and Henry VI is an usurper, Gloucester and Henry VI decide Somerset shall be the French Regent.
Henry VI runs away mourning and the Cardinal tells Suffolk he'll provide an executioner for Gloucester.
Gloucester is murdered in his sleep and Henry VI faints at the news.
www.field-of-themes.com /shakespeare/summaries/histories/Shenry6p2.htm   (772 words)

 Amazon.com: Henry VI, Part One (The Oxford Shakespeare): Books: William Shakespeare,Michael Taylor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Completing the trilogy of Henry VI plays in The Oxford Shakespeare, Michael Taylor edits the play for students, scholars, and theater-goers with an informative commentary on all aspects of the language, action, characters, and staging.
KING HENRY VI (1421-71) Shakespeare introduces his eponymous hero late in the play-at the beginning of act 3-thus underlining his insignificance as king and character (though Shakespeare can delay the introduction of his protagonist with a quite opposite effect, as in Hamlet and Othello).
His son Henry VI is but a child, and for now it is King Henry V's surviving brothers Glouceter and Bedford who are in charge.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0198183925?v=glance   (1474 words)

 Royal Shakespeare Company : Henry VI Part II
Jack Cade leads an anarchic uprising against Henry VI, made powerless by the warring factions of his new wife, Margaret of Anjou, and the House of York, as England descends deeper into bloody civil strife.
Henry VI Parts I, II and III run in repertoire at the Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon from 7 July - 21 October 2006.
The running time for Henry VI Part II is 3 hours and 20 minutes including an interval of 20 mins.
www.rsc.org.uk /onstage/plays/2974.aspx   (249 words)

 Shakespeare Resource Center - Henry VI, Part II Synopsis
Picking up from the closing action of Part II, Suffolk introduces Margaret to Henry, who elevates Suffolk from an earl to a duke.
Suffolk sets plots into motion against Gloucester, who is perhaps the only honest supporter of Henry at this point; he sets up Gloucester's wife to be arrested for witchcraft.
Henry in turn banishes Suffolk under heavy pressure from the populace.
www.bardweb.net /plays/hen6_2.html   (377 words)

 William Shakespeare: Henry VI, Part II.
Had Henry got an empire by his marriage And all the wealthy kingdoms of the west, There's reason he should be displeas'd at it.
Though parting be a fretful corrosive, It is applied to a deathful wound.
Obscure and lowly swain, King Henry's blood, The honourable blood of Lancaster, Must not be shed by such a jaded groom.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~rbear/shake/hvi2.html   (19007 words)

 Second Part of King Henry the Sixth at Absolute Shakespeare
Suffolk, having designs on controlling Henry himself, sees Gloucester's role as protector of the King as an obstacle and puts into motion a plan to discredit Gloucester who may be the only man left who still has Henry's welfare at heart.
York and Buckingham catch Gloucester's wife Nell engaging in witchcraft (remember in Henry VI, Part One, Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake for this).
Whilst King Henry agrees, Margaret sets Somerset free, leaving Richard no choice but to declare his intention to be King and to fight King Henry.
absoluteshakespeare.com /plays/henry_VI_2/henry_VI_2.htm   (607 words)

 Literary Encyclopedia: Henry IV, Part One   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Shakespeare’s King Henry IV, Part 1 (or 1 Henry IV) is his most highly praised history play and is generally considered one of his several masterpieces, whether it is seen as an autonomous drama independent of its sequel (2 Henry IV) or as the first half of a two-part work.
The two Henry IV plays are particularly well known because of their chief comic figure, the fat knight Sir John Falstaff, who is a character celebrated by a long series of critics from John Dryden to Harold Bloom as the best of all comic characters.
Many critics think Falstaff is at his best in Part 1, and for this and other reasons, Part 1 has often been preferred (though not unanimously) by critics discussing the merits of the two plays.
www.litdict.com /php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=4801   (467 words)

 Henry VI, part 2: List of Scenes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Second part of King Henry the Sixth
Act 4, Scene 1: The coast of Kent.
Act 4, Scene 3: Another part of Blackheath.
www-tech.mit.edu /Shakespeare/History/2kinghenryvi/2kinghenryvi.html   (59 words)

 screenonline: Henry VI Part II (1983)
While Henry remains on the sidelines, reluctantly drawn into affairs of state, she is in the thick of it, plotting behind the scenes with her lover Suffolk (
In Part I, the fighting verged on slapstick comedy with only a hint of a darker tone at the death of Talbot towards the end.
In Part II, as the action moves from France to England, its treatment becomes correspondingly slower and weightier, with a much greater emphasis on physical pain (towards the end, blows are emphasised by electronic thuds on the soundtrack).
www.screenonline.org.uk /tv/id/527618/index.html   (431 words)

 screenonline: Henry VI Part III (1983)
Cast: Peter Benson (Henry VI), Julia Foster (Queen Margaret), Ron Cook (Richard, Duke of Gloucester), Bernard Hill (Duke of York), Mark Wing-Davey (Earl of Warwick), Brian Protheroe (Edward IV), Rowena Cooper (Lady Grey)
With the Wars of the Roses well under way, loyalties are challenged and the crown passed back and forth from Henry to Edward, his would-be successor.
), quietly introduced during the second half of Part II, is very much centre stage here, with frequent asides to the audience and a major soliloquy that could have been drawn from the later play that bears his name (the line "I can smile, and murder while I smile" became the poster tagline for
www.screenonline.org.uk /tv/id/527637/index.html   (436 words)

 Search Results for "part"
...NUMBER: 992 AUTHOR: William Shakespeare (1564–1616) QUOTATION: The better part of valour is discretion.
A man is said to be art and part...
...(1564–1616) QUOTATION: But in the way of bargain, mark ye me, I ll cavil on the ninth part of a hair.
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 Links to Shakespeare's plays: histories; Henry VI part II
, Muly Molocco, and Shakespeare's 2 and 3 Henry VI, pp.
A linking together of Shakespeare's history plays chronicling the rise and fall of monarchs over the 86 years between Richard II and Richard III.
William Shakespeare's Henry VI (Parts 1-3) and Richard III as a single sustained story.
pages.unibas.ch /shine/linkshisthenry62.html   (291 words)

 Official Ticketmaster site. Henry VI Part II tickets The Courtyard Stratford Upon Avon, UK, Directions, seating chart.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Henry VI Part II tickets The Courtyard Stratford Upon Avon, UK, Directions, seating chart.
Henry VI Part II The Courtyard, Stratford Upon Avon, UK Wed 11 Oct 2006, 13:30
HENRY VI PART II view all events at this venue
www.ticketmaster.co.uk /event/18003B63982756D7?artistid=946302&majorcatid=10002&minorcatid=214&affiliate=Z670   (157 words)

 Royal Shakespeare Company : Henry VI, Part II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Henry VI, Part II 'The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.'
Despite the recently concluded peace between England and France, dissension is rife within the English Court.
See pictures from productions of Henry VI Part II throughout the centuries.
www.rsc.org.uk /home/3106.aspx   (88 words)

 Henry VI, Part II, Act IV, Scene 2 :|: Open Source Shakespeare                
Henry VI, Part II, Act IV, Scene 2 :: Open Source Shakespeare
History of Henry VI, Part II print/save version
As would, but that they dare not, take our parts.
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 Dai Andrews: Sword Swallower
These festivals were part carnival, market, circus and theater all in one.
There, one could find almost any form of novelty or a amusement know to man. Either set up in tents, or on open air stages, it was quite common to see magicians, jugglers, fire eaters and of course sword swallowers demonstrating there skills.
As its bond with the side show grew, the art's history and connections to theater and religion were forgotten in the western world,and sword swallowing became the sole property of the side show.
www.swordswallower.com /swordswallowing.html   (1648 words)

 Henry VI, Part II (II,iv.): Monologue
HENRY VI, PART II A monologue from Act II, Scene iv
NOTE: The Second and Third Parts of King Henry the Sixth were printed in the folio of 1623.
Previous versions had been printed in 1594 and 1595.
www.theatrehistory.com /plays/shakesmono008.html   (300 words)

 Henry VI, Part II, Act III, Scene 1 :|: Open Source Shakespeare                   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Henry VI, Part II, Act III, Scene 1 :: Open Source Shakespeare
Before his legs be firm to bear his body.
Henry my lord is cold in great affairs,
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Henry VI, Part 1: Lancaster (1990, Michael Bogdanov, UK)
Henry VI, Part 2: York (1990, Michael Bogdanov, UK)
Henry VI, Part 2 (1982, Jane Howell, GB)
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 RhymeZone: Shakespeare > Histories > King Henry VI, part II
Shakespeare > Histories > King Henry VI, part II > Act I, scene I
Shakespeare > Histories > King Henry VI, part II > Act I, scene II
Shakespeare > Histories > King Henry VI, part II > Act IV, scene V
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 Bloomsbury.com - Bookshop - Arden Shakespeare: Henry VI Part II
This edition celebrates 'King Henry VI Part 2' as one of the most exciting and dynamic plays of the English Renaissance theatre, with its exploration of power politics and social revolution and its focus on the relationship between divine justice and sin.
An extensive discussion of performance history traces the play's progress on stage from abridgement and adaptation to full historical epic.
A survey of criticism discusses the wide range of responses provoked by the play's handling of its historical theme, and concludes by focusing on the element of burlesque in the attempted social revolution portrayed.
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 King Henry VI, Part II
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Crown'd by the name of Henry the Fourth,
Henry doth claim the crown from John of Gaunt,
www.shakespeare-online.com /plays/2kh6_2_2.html   (462 words)

 SparkNotes: Henry VI Part 2
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