Henry VI. Part III
William Shakespeare (Author), Alison Daurio (Editor), Dover Publications, Inc
"The final installment of Shakespeare's great historical trilogy, Henry VI, Part III portrays the devastating effects of civil war, as two families remain locked in a years-long struggle for the crown. Rich in dramatic battle scenes, the play explores how discord thrives under a weak ruler and the struggle for power divides a kingdom. The third of three plays based on the life of the England's fifteenth-century monarch, this historical drama depicts the conflicts between the York and Lancaster factions that led to the War of the Roses. Each part of the trilogy is self-contained and can be appreciated without knowledge of the others. Vivid characterization, dark comedy, and powerful language combine for a memorable portrait of a war-torn country." --Back cover
Print Book, English, 2015
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Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York, 2015
v, 94 pages ; 21 cm.