By Charles Dickens
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Sunnes, and sodainly ioined al together in one, and that vpon the sight therof, he toke suche courage, that he ﬁercely set on his enemies, & them shortly discomﬁted: for which cause, men imagined, that he gaue the sunne in his full brightnes for his cognisaunce or badge” (Edward Hall, The Vnion of the Two Noble & lllvstrate Famelies of Lancastre and Yorke [London: Richard Grafton, 1548], fols. 183v–84r). Shakespeare makes Richard (historically only eight years old at the time) a witness and analyst of the miracle.
Edward will shortly emerge as a willful and self-indulgent amorist, but in this scene he too speaks in terms that are clearly indebted to the example of Tamburlaine. On the question of York’s oath, Edward is both aspiring and thoughtless: “But for a Kingdome any Oath may be broken: / I would breake a thousand Oathes, to reigne one yeere” (TLN 327–28; ll. 16–17). He becomes a far less hyperbolical speaker as the play proceeds. 5. , Edward, successor to Richard, duke of York, and soon to be Edward IV] ...
Charlton Hinman (New York: W. W. Norton, 1968) and are cited by Hinman’s through-line numbers and also by the lineation in A. S. Cairncross’s Arden editions (London: Methuen, 1957 and 1964). Quotations of the quartos of 2 and 3 Henry VI are from Shakespeare’s Plays in Quarto, ed. Michael J. B. Allen and Kenneth Muir (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1981) and are referenced by signature. Quotations from other plays of Shakespeare are drawn from the appropriate Arden editions. 2. The text of 3 Henry VI presents a number of impediments to the study of Shakespeare’s strategies of composition.
A Tale of Two Cities (Study Edition) by Charles Dickens