Henry VI Part 3

by: William Shakespeare

Act IV, Scenes i-iv

Commentary

Edward's reign comes to trouble, as he stubbornly insists that being the king makes him correct in all matters. Again, Edward ignores the lesson of Henry, which demonstrated that being king doesn't necessarily mean one's will is obeyed. His brother George and others separate from him to join Warwick's force, and they quickly reverse the command of the kingdom for the second time in this play.


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