History Theatre / HenryVIPart3

11th Feb '16 12:39:11 PM Morgenthaler
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* IJustWantToBeNormal: HenryVI, sitting on his little hill in the middle of a battlefield, delivers speech about how he would have liked to be born a simple man.

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* IJustWantToBeNormal: HenryVI, Theatre/HenryVI, sitting on his little hill in the middle of a battlefield, delivers speech about how he would have liked to be born a simple man.
18th Nov '15 7:24:20 PM PaulA
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* RoyalsAreUseless: The whole point of the War of the Roses was Henry's general uselessness as a king meant that different factions vied to control hum.
8th Oct '15 10:51:15 AM Angeldeb82
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(since Clarence had stabbed the Prince for "twitting him with perjury," this is surely a heartfelt effort).

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(since ::: (Since Clarence had stabbed the Prince for "twitting him with perjury," this is surely a heartfelt effort).effort.)



* RoyalsAreUseless: the whole point of the War of the Roses was Henry's general uselessness as a king meant that different factions vied to control hum.

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* RoyalsAreUseless: the The whole point of the War of the Roses was Henry's general uselessness as a king meant that different factions vied to control hum.
1st Jul '15 8:52:57 AM Morgenthaler
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A history play by Creator/WilliamShakespeare, ''HenryVIPart3'' is the last of three plays describing the end of UsefulNotes/TheHundredYearsWar and the outbreak of the UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses. In the final chapter of the trilogy, the houses of Lancaster and York wage bloody war against each other until one is victorious. The play also sets up conflicts and characters for ''Theatre/RichardIII''.

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A history play by Creator/WilliamShakespeare, ''HenryVIPart3'' ''Henry VI Part 3'' is the last of three plays describing the end of UsefulNotes/TheHundredYearsWar and the outbreak of the UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses. In the final chapter of the trilogy, the houses of Lancaster and York wage bloody war against each other until one is victorious. The play also sets up conflicts and characters for ''Theatre/RichardIII''.
22nd May '15 11:17:08 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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A history play by Creator/WilliamShakespeare, ''HenryVIPart3'' is the last of three plays describing the end of the HundredYearsWar and the outbreak of the UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses. In the final chapter of the trilogy, the houses of Lancaster and York wage bloody war against each other until one is victorious. The play also sets up conflicts and characters for ''Theatre/RichardIII''.

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A history play by Creator/WilliamShakespeare, ''HenryVIPart3'' is the last of three plays describing the end of the HundredYearsWar UsefulNotes/TheHundredYearsWar and the outbreak of the UsefulNotes/WarsOfTheRoses. In the final chapter of the trilogy, the houses of Lancaster and York wage bloody war against each other until one is victorious. The play also sets up conflicts and characters for ''Theatre/RichardIII''.
22nd Apr '15 2:59:29 AM bernardthebeanpole
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Rutland was actual York's second son and died in the fighting at Tewkesbury, while it was Richard who was the youngest.
1st Jan '15 4:47:26 PM Alberich
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(since Clarence had stabbed the Prince for "twitting him with perjury," this is surely a heartfelt effort).
1st Jan '15 4:46:06 PM Alberich
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--> What, wilt thou not? then, Clarence, do it thou.

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--> --> What, wilt thou not? then, Clarence, do it thou.



--> 'Twas sin before, but now 'tis charity.

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--> --> 'Twas sin before, but now 'tis charity.
1st Jan '15 4:45:33 PM Alberich
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* GetItOverWith: Margaret begging George Clarence for death after Edward wouldn't let Richard kill her:
-->'''Margaret''': Here sheathe thy sword, I'll pardon thee my death:
--> What, wilt thou not? then, Clarence, do it thou.
--> '''Clarence''': By heaven, I will not do thee so much ease.
--> '''Margaret''': Good Clarence, do; sweet Clarence, do thou do it.
--> '''Clarence''': Didst thou not hear me swear I would not do it?
--> '''Margaret''': Ay, but thou usest to forswear thyself:
--> 'Twas sin before, but now 'tis charity.
1st Jan '15 5:28:43 AM Ciara25
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* AdaptationalVillany: Richard of Gloucester. In RealLife he was a child through most of the events of the play, and was thought of as a pious lawmker who was brave in battle. Only later did his villainy emerge due to events in Richard III.
* AgeLift: Richard and George. Richard would have been two years old at the start of the play.

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* AdaptationalVillany: AdaptationalVillainy: Richard of Gloucester. In RealLife he was a child through most of the events of the play, and was thought of as a pious lawmker law-maker who was brave in battle. Only later did his villainy emerge due to events in Richard III.
* AgeLift: Richard and George. Richard in particular would have been two years old at the start of the play.
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