Word Cloud for "Henry VI" by William Shakespeare.

Word Cloud for "Henry VI"



This book was authored by William Shakespeare. (Part 2 - 1564)

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare  Shakespeare's Sonnets  Venus and Adonis  King Henry VI, Part 1  King Henry VI, Part 2  King Henry VI, Part 3  King Richard III  The Comedy of Errors  The Shakespearian Sonnets  Titus Andronicus  The Taming of the Shrew  Two Gentlemen of Verona  Love's Labour's Lost  King John  King Richard II  Romeo and Juliet  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  King Henry IV Part 1  The Merry Wives of Windsor  King Henry IV, Part 2  Much Ado about Nothing  King Henry V  Julius Caesar  As You Like It  Hamlet, Prince of Denmark  Twelfth Night; or What You Will  History of Troilus and Cressida  All's Well That Ends Well  Measure for Measure  Othello  King Lear  Macbeth  Antony and Cleopatra  The Tragedy of Coriolanus  The Life of Timon of Athens  Cymbeline  The Winter's Tale  The Tempest  King Henry VIII  A Lover's Complaint  King Henry VI, Part 1  King Henry VI, Part 2  King Henry VI, Part 3  King Richard III  The Comedy of Errors  The Rape of Lucrece  The Rape of Lucrece  The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus  The Taming of the Shrew  Two Gentlemen of Verona  Love's Labour's Lost  King John  King Richard II  Romeo and Juliet  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  King Henry IV, Part 1  The Merry Wives of Windsor  King Henry IV, Part 2  Much Ado about Nothing  Much Ado about Nothing  King Henry V  Julius Caesar  As You Like It  Hamlet  The Phoenix and the Turtle  Twelfth Night  Twelfth Night  Troilus and Cressida  All's Well That Ends Well  Measure for Measure  Othello  King Lear  Macbeth  Antony and Cleopatra  Coriolanus  Timon of Athens  Pericles  Cymbeline  The Winter's Tale  The Tempest  King Henry VIII  A Lover's Complaint  The Passionate Pilgrim  The Passionate Pilgrim  Sonnets on Sundry Notes of Music  King Richard III  The Comedy of Errors  Titus Andronicus  The Taming of the Shrew  Two Gentlemen of Verona  Love's Labour's Lost  King John  King Richard II  Romeo and Juliet  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  King Henry IV, Part 1  The Merry Wives of Windsor  King Henry IV, Part 2  Much Ado about Nothing  King Henry V  Julius Caesar  As You Like It  Hamlet  Troilus and Cressida  All's Well That Ends Well  Measure for Measure  Othello  King Lear  Macbeth  Antony and Cleopatra  Coriolanus  Timon of Athens  Cymbeline  The Winter's Tale  The Tempest  King Henry VIII  The Tempest  The Two Gentlemen of Verona  The Merry Wives of Windsor  Measure for Measure  The Comedy of Errors  Much Ado about Nothing  Love's Labour's Lost  A Midsummer Night's Dream  The Merchant of Venice  As You Like It  The Taming of the Shrew  All's Well That Ends Well  Twelfth Night  The Winter's Tale  King John  Richard II  Henry IV  Henry IV  Henry V  Richard III  Henry VIII  Coriolanus  Titus Andronicus  Romeo and Juliet  Timon of Athens  Julius Caesar  Macbeth  Hamlet  King Lear  Othello  Antony and Cleopatra  Cymbeline  Shakespeare's First Folio  The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke  Shakespeare's play of the Merchant of Venice  The Tempest  Two Gentlemen of Verona  The Merry Wives of Windsor  Measure for Measure  The Comedy of Errors  Hamlet  The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius C├Žsar  Twelfth Night; or, What You Will  

The Bag of Words In "Henry VI" (Main Words):


beauford charge marry princes margaret ancient seuen thoughts daughter further aniou shee proper hauing fauour people often open henrie deepe kept large wherefore giues match whole grow knowne enemy found protect ioyne brooke pride watch land labour sweare ruler greatest none late wert force breath else stands newes neuils scepter others yeeld glorious heads ambitious staffe nothing dame aboue ride meane graces spirit duchesse elianor craftie neere sort sure thing fellow protectors holy came worke content least salisbury warwick simple halfe prowd light although brought buckingham needs since wealth realme wiues left townes suspect twas strike once talke proue villaine beseech hang witnesse humfreyes within power violent hardly towards horse reward beleeue houre soules present hadst told hundred cleare colour same command edward prince harmelesse sonnes issue kneele drinke blow sound wrathfull throw twentie each meet angry small souldiers worthy whiles ransome murther arme thrice seeing rather mens fell tempest cease strong oppose paine intend gainst turne dreadfull ragged hard view rude graue fled dread word knee spare home sold thrust army traitors tower burne

high presence sight title gracious welcome face world minde hearts betweene william lady father pardon vnckle sent without regent braue peeres true henries meanes armes againe suffolkes very heard pleasure proud reason quickly humfries place gloster seene warwicke comfort wonne done together helpe loues cause maine state faire lords dare thinkes cold seeke weare vntill forth dost last thought court edmond knowes glosters wilt downe heare beares part things finde comes tooke commons rightfull heire madame fathers best peace enough farre about appointed maiestie honest able night passe hence hands flye hide hither saue euery weapons sorrow clayme onely sonne earle soueraigne right blood stay much treason gentle shame want eate vnlesse free bloody body ireland rebels dead kill soule answer curse write iacke traitor london canst clifford

enter duke your kings haue vpon queene most that great euer king loue then this heart with thou hast giuen hath mine makes such ouer doth grace words from lord please heere henry vnto crowne next shall some pray englands owne thee first being till full thanke humfrey must keepe what france might highnesse these neuer will still made poore whose death were there hope them sword should eyes selfe those honor before would their away suffolke when lost protector feare looke though good royall more somerset while beare like noble himselfe they make which long well cannot thine giue borne yorke both euen therefore take shew hold time into sweet house england head against tell where follow base vnder thinke saint here iohn bring come call thus three stand master send through liue other better care speake because leaue beene could after false gods fight know breake whom name shalt heauen life many foule dayes hand tongue times thousand cade



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