King Henry VIII.
Harvard University Press, 1957 - 215 pagine
Shakespeare's play focusing on the period of Henry's life where he was growing tired of Catherine of Aragon and very fond of Anne Boleyn. Also stresses the plotting of Cardinals Woolsey and Cranmer.
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Abbott Anne appear Appendix authority bear Bishop brought Buckingham called Capell cardinal cardinall cause Cham Chambers character cited Clarendon common conscience court Cranmer death duke Elizabeth England Enter fair fall fear French further Gent give given grace hand hath head hear heart heaven Henry VIII Holinshed honour Johnson Kath Katherine king king's ladies late leave letter lines lines in F lord matter meaning mind never noble passage peace perhaps person phrase play Pooler Pope pray present Prince Queen reference Rowe scene seems sense sent servant Shakespeare speak stage stand suggests Theobald things Thomas thou thought tion trial true truth unto usual Wint Wolsey