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William Shakespeare baptised April was Part of PDF/EPUB À an English poet and playwright widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre eminent dramatist He is often called England's national poet and the The Second Kindle - Bard of Avon or simply The Bard His surviving works consist of plays sonnets two long narrative poems and several other poems His plays have been tr.

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10 thoughts on “The Second Part of Henry the Sixt with the death of the Good Duke Humfrey

  1. says:

    King Henry VI Part 2 2 Henry VI Wars of the Roses #6 William ShakespeareHenry VI Part 2 is a history play by William Shakespeare believed to have been written in 1591 and set during the lifetime of King Henry VI of England Henry VI Part 2 focuses on the King's inability to uell the bickering of his nobles the death of his trusted adviser Humphrey Duke of Gloucester the rise of the Duke of York and the inevitability of armed conflict As such the play culminates with the opening battle of the War the First Battle of St Albans 1455‏‫‭The second part of Henry the sixth‏ Second part of Henry VI William Shakespeare‏‫‭ edited by William Montgomery with an introduction by Janis Lull ‏‫‭New York‏‫‭‭ Penguin Books‏‫‭‭ 2000 ‏‫‭‭ 1379 140p ISBN ‏‫‭‏‫‭0 14 7 1466 9تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دهمم ماه آگوست سال 2014 میلادیعنوان هنری ششم قسمت دوم؛ نویسنده ویلیام شکسپیر؛ هنری ششم قسمت دوم نمایشنامه‌ ای تاریخی اثر ویلیام شکسپیر است که در حدود سال‌های 1590میلادی تا سال 1592میلادی نوشته شده‌ است؛ نمایشنامه هنری ششم در قسمت دوم در بر گیرنده ی رخدادهای سال‌های 1445میلادی تا سال 1455میلادی است؛ از جمله رخداد تاریخی که در نمایشنامه شکسپیر به آن‌ها اشاره شده‌ است و از جمله رویدادهای تأیید شده ی عصر هنری ششم تاریخ سلطنت از سال 1422میلادی تا سال 1471میلادی شناخته می‌شوند می‌توان به این موارد اشاره کرد «جنگ‌های گل رز»؛ «قتل همپفری دوک لنکستر سال 1447میلادی»؛ «شورش جک کید سال 1450میلادی»؛ «پیروزی یورک‌ها در سنت آلبنز سال 1455میلادی»؛ این نمایش در پنج پرده تدوین شده‌ است و دارای چهل و هفت شخصیت و تعدادی سیاهی لشکر است ا شربیانی

  2. says:

    There's a whole act in which some random Irish guy literally invades London calls himself the mayor and is then accidentally beheaded in a garden

  3. says:

    Not uite as good as Henry VI Part I perhaps because by its very nature it possesses no beginning and no end The first four acts halfway between the political disputes of the uncles and the factional and dynastic struggles of the Wars of the Roses are necessarily episodic and often seem formless Shakespeare is learning his craft here and he often over relies on lengthy monologues and solilouys to reveal character and motivation There are good scenes here often involving commoners and commonsense observations Gloucester's debunking of a bogus miracle Warwick's forensic analysis of Gloster's corpse Jack Cade's ignorant vitality but these virtues are overshadowed by the shallow vituperative rhetoric Then in Act Five the Wars between York and Lancaster begin in earnest and with the arrival of the hunchbacked Gloster and his enemy Young Clifford the verse takes on a new subtlety and intensity This change is exciting almost as if the genius of Shakespeare had first taken charge right here in the last act of this old play

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    Burn all the records of the realm My mouth shall be the Parliament of England Shakespeare Henry VI Part 2 Act IV7So I liked Part 2 of Henry VI a lot better than Part 1 It still isn't Hamlet but it is complicated funny twisted in parts One of my favorite aspects of the play are the scenes with ueen Margaret and Suffolk No They aren't great people but they are a great couple Their parting is amazing and poetic My other favorite part is well anything with Jack CadeSir John Mortimer how can you not love a guy who knights himself? He is one of those great populists in literature and history belonging on the shelf next to Huey Long and Donald Trump Dammit I'm trying to avoid Trump by reading the classics and I come across Cade and the Butcher and all their anti intellectual followers Burn the accountants and kill all the lawyers We march on Washington DC boysThere were also several nice lines specifically― “The first thing we do let's kill all the lawyers”― Let them obey that knows not how to rule”― Could I come near your beauty with my nailsI could set my ten commandments in your face”― My shame will not be shifted with my sheet ― A staff is uickly found to beat a dog― So he be dead; for that is good conceitWhich mates him first that first intends deceit― For where thou art there is the world itselfWith every several pleasure in the world;And where thou art not desolation― If I depart from thee I cannot liveAnd in thy sight to die what were it elseBut like a pleasant slumber in thy lap?― This way fall I to death― Because my book preferred me to the kingAnd seeing ignorance is the curse of GodKnowledge the wing wherewith we fly to heaven

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    This one is episode 6 of Shakespeare’s massive historical drama cycle on the Plantagenet Lancaster York dynasty Previously Henry VI Part 1 the English lords were trying to forcibly stifle the French rebellion led by a diabolical Joan of Arc while back in England Gloucester and Winchester were pitched against each other and the War of the Roses was slowly brewing This Part 2 is composed of two very different sections and storylines sewn together into one single playThe first part from the beginning until the end of act III could be titled “The downfall of Gloucester” recommended to all Ned Stark’s fans Henry VI is as yet too young to reign so his uncle Humphrey Duke of Gloucester rules in his stead This situation of course stirs the greediness of everyone around him Winchester Suffolk York and the ueen Margaret of Anjou plot in every possible way to remove Gloucester taking advantage of his weak spot his ambitious wife Eleanor who is a sort of Lady Macbeth The whole conspiracy against Gloucester gives rise to a few exciting pieces of drama For instance York’s monologue I 1 210 s heralds Richard III similar speech a couple of plays later Another of his addresses II 2 10 s is a different version of the royal family tree and can be compared with the one put forward by Mortimer in Part 1 Another still III 1 331 s is a straight out Machiavellian manifesto and uite simply a fantastic line The whole thing however culminates in act III with a series of frenzied arguments which in many cases are borderline bombasticMeanwhile the King comes across as a well meaning but bumbling bigot The eventual separation of his unfaithful ueen Margaret from the Duke of Suffolk a sort of dark TristanIsolde affair is perhaps intended to be emotional Unfortunately I confess that the pomposity and pathos of it all got a bit exhausting in the endThe second part acts IV and V takes a very different turn It starts with a sea battle and a band of pirates and soon after Jack Cade’s topsy turvy down and out and blood spattered rebellion For the duration Shakespeare set aside his iambic pentameter and wrote the whole thing in prose There is something surprisingly familiar and modern about the description of this popular uprising Cade is just as hysterical as the Pucelle in Part 1 Further his political programme sounds like insane pre Marxist communism I couldn’t help but think of some corybantic politicians such as Trump or Farage when I read some of Cade’s lines eg IV 2 61 s — by the way he too has a line and a claim regarding the family tree see IV 2 124 sNevertheless it eventually goes tits up with a nightmarish carnival of rape looting and butchery until the flip flopping people of London turn their back on him The play closes with the epic battle of Saint Albans — the real starting point of the War of the Roses — the death of Old Clifford an echo of that of Young Talbot in the previous play and the victory of the evil mastermind the Duke of York In short an energetic and brilliant play Edit The Hollow Crown The Wars of the Roses 2016 TV adaptation of Henry VI Parts 1 and 2 is a drastically rewritten and condensed version of Shakespeare's plays Most of Talbot and all of Cade’s scenes have been removed from the plot to focus on the Gloucester drama In truth Hugh Bonneville best known for his role in Downton Abbey offers a first class performance Sophie Okonedo in the role of the treacherous French ueen is outstanding as well

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    General IntroductionThe Chronology of Shakespeare's WorksIntroduction by Michael TaylorThe Play in PerformanceFurther Reading The First Part of the Contention Betwixt the Two Famous Houses of York and Lancaster An Account of the TextGenealogical TablesCommentary

  7. says:

    This is a very uneven play unfortunately The first half attempts mostly unsuccessfully to justify and ramp up the enmity between the Lancaster line in Suffolk and the rage of York It's mostly just scheming and jealousy and the blame game York wanted to have his blood tied to the King while Suffolk at least in the play if not in actual fact history was smitten with ueen Margaret whom he unwisely pushed off to his king instead of just making her his own with huge overtones of Lancelot and GwennieAnd then Suffolk dies in sweet tune to the prophesy that the play begins with and then the action and the interest picks up turning a frankly boring escapade into a pretty awesome endSo yeah I call the first half of this play weak Weak I say The second half the parts where Jack Cade care of York and his scheming and his soon forthcoming full attempt upon the Throne of England brings all the blood and pillage and a truly immense amount of book burning upon the stage with ignorant masses calling for the downfall of whatever bogeyman they can conjure out of smoke or just the smoke from Jack Cade's arse Mind you this is strictly historical although he wasn't uite as villainous as portrayed here I think Cade honestly wanted a populist rebellion but when he let slip his control of the masses and let them pillage and rape and steal after being successful against the king's mismanaged forces he lost all the honor he might have won in the dayIn the play instead we're treated to something uire gruesome with a number of heads on polesAfter that bit wrapped up though it was York's turn bringing his army into Kent after it had been softened by Cade and after a few reversals he manages to win and see the king flee off to London and sets himself up as another king of EnglandThe action and the story and the cliffhanger is uite delicious assuming you hadn't fallen asleep during the first parts of the play Alas The broad outlines of what happened in history is pretty on target but some motivations are ramped up or made from whole cloth to make the play exciting Can I blame it? Not reallyWarwick doesn't really feel as important in the play as he always felt in my readings of history either Or perhaps that's just because he really hasn't come into his own until Part 3 ;But as a side note one thing I found rather delicious was the youthful and smartass future King Richard III being all valorous and uick of foot and mind amongst all his older brothers and his father Hey look it's a the young man who'll grow up to be a wretched monster lol Well that's Shakespeare History is full of supporters and detractors of Richard of York and where does the truth really lie?I just wish this play had been even in uality Sigh

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    Another rather confusing and violent episode in the unfortunate career of Henry VI Part 2 covers the beginning of his troubled marriage as well as the true start to the War of the Roses which will claim so many lives until the end of Richard III Henry loses to York and flees the capital as the play ends I found it maybe slightly interesting than Part 1 but still rather confusing I like the couplet in which York declares war on LancasterHenry VI And force perforce I'll make him yield the crownWhose bookish rule hath pulled fair England downHenry VI Part 2 Act 1 scene iHenry's marriage to Margarite has lost the possessions that England previously held there and for this York wants to punish him and claim the crownThis episode was covered in Henry VI Part 1 and 2 in the BBC's Hollow Crown season 2 they edited out several episodes including the popular rebellion Well casted and beautifully shot it is an excellent rendition of this rather confusing play

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    My goodness what did I just read? Will buddy no Just noThis second part about King Henry VI starts with him getting married to Margaret of Anjou who by the way was penniless but he wanted her nevertheless In Shakespeare's play she's the lover of Suffolk not true but the rumour was spread in order to defame her since the English had a problem with a French ueen Gloucester is the Lancaster's counterpart in parliament and thus to the ueen but through Suffolk Gloucester's wife is led to witchcraft then arrested and exiled which is a scandal for her husband diminishing his power Looong story short there is lots and LOTS of intrigue at court even than in the previous part only this time including a ueen that refuses to be an adornment but gets very heavily involved in politics culminating in Suffolk killing Gloucester through assassins historically not accurate but so much effective in a play Oh and in the play Richard of York voices his claim on the throne at this point already at least to some who swear him loyalty also not trueSeriously this first half or so of the play was just hurtfulThen however we get pirates And for once I didn't care that much that it wasn't true because it was exciting Harhar ;PYork is sent to Ireland supposedly to end a revolt but actually to be out of the way but instructs an agent Cade to stage a rebellion the rebellion really took place but it's highly unlikely that York had anything to do with it he just wanted to benefit from it The parts about the rebellion were wonderfully awash with blood and terror and I enjoyed it uite a bit I mean Shakespeare didn't have to change much here since Cade went from hero of the common folk to thieving and dishonourable betrayer all on his own which made him loseAnd then suddenly shit really hits the fan when York returns with an army And this is where York would become unpopular with me if I didn't know the true historical facts because he declares himself another King of England in the play after causing Henry VI to flee The truth is that he never did that instead he repeatedly to the point of stupidity kept silent about his claim and swore loyalty to the weakling king pointing out that his grievance was with the king's advisers At a certain point York promises to stop his campaign if his chief rival Somerset is imprisoned but he is betrayed historically inaccurate again it was not so much a planned betrayal as a string of unlucky coincidences coupled with Henry VI's weakness again and thus declares his claim on the throne officially not true at this point in time prompting again a who will choose which rose scene However thank goodness all this build up ends in a nice battle at St Albans where Somerset is finally killed he was like a cockroach I sooo wanted him to finally die already and Margaret flees with the king and the son of the now dead Somerset it's just one damned Somerset after another I swearThis was so hard to get through and I was very much tempted to just skim and skip to the better bits I had been told they were there But I persevered and the second half actually a bit less really was much better having taken up considerably in pace Still just like the first part this just couldn't convince me Maybe it really has something to do with the fact that these two parts were written so early in Shakespeare's career and he yet had to hone his skill I don't know Regarded as one work they really are important for the overview but the execution is somewhat lacking unfortunately

  10. says:

    Witch burning several beheadings and a bloody civil war – buckle up bitches issa history play I know that I committed a cardinal sin by reading Willie's Wars of the Roses completely out of order heck my reading order for just the three parts of Henry VI was completely messed up 1 3 2 but suck it losers at least I did it I read the eight damn plays give me a break Can we outrun the heavens? Overall I have to say that Willie's history plays really grew on me over time and I also like the fact that the Wars of the Roses in particular really read like a modern historical fiction series A lot of the characters play a big role through multiple of the plays and it's fun to follow them around and see their rise and fall I grew particularly enamoured with Henry V knowing about his struggle with his father in his youth made him a much likeable and relatable king when it was finally his time to shine When it comes to his son Henry VI however I have to say that I just hate his guts He is so stupid and annoying and I was just rooting for that bitch to die Unfortunately for me he is the one who got three fucking plays about his reign Like why? Anyways Henry VI Part 2 picks up right where Part 1 left off Henry is overjoyed as Suffolk that nasty ass hands the beautiful Margaret of Anjou to him to be his ueen Gloucester and Warwick which I style the uncles are appalled at the political cost since Anjou and Maine will now go back to France York that crazy ass reveals to take the crown for himself what a surprise What then ensued can be summed up in one word meddling Gloucester's wife Eleanor aka my bae dreams that she should be king mood and the ueen conspires with her lover Suffolk to bring the Gloucesters down Eleanor confides in spirits and witches which ends badly for her when it is discovered she is exiled and the witch is burned at the stake Gloucester resigns in shame however that's not enough for our crazy ueen and together with York and Cardinal they agree to have Gloucester murdered Henry yet again proves that he isn't fit to rule by being overwhelmed to the max throwing a hissy fit because nobody listens to him and then proceeds to give York an army the man is trying to usurp your throne wake up hun and faints at the slightest notion of blood I cannot even Suffolk gets beheaded Jack Cade a random Irishman urged on by York orchestrates a peasant's uprising and starts invading London you can't make that shit up but the rebels are easily persuaded to lay their weapons down York having in the background worked on the support for his claim to the throne comes to London to tell Henry that his rule is over Even Salisbury and Warwick switch alliance to him because they finally have enough of Henry's shitty ruling Henry and Margaret flee The curtain closes Phew I'm happy that I'm finally done following this weak king around Henry VI is really a failure on every level What I enjoyed most in this second part were definitely the two women Margaret and Eleanor Both of them were absolutely savages and even Lady Macbeth could never Here are some gems from their speeches and accusations all directed towards the men in their lives Eleanor about her husband Were I a man a duke and next of blood I would remove these tedious stumbling blocksAnd smooth my way upon their headless necks; Margaret to her lover Fie coward woman and soft hearted wretchHast thou not spirit to curse thine enemy? I gotta love Willie for his female characters who feel like they could do so much if only they were born men Your time will come ladies

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