William Shakespeare's Works/Histories/King Henry VI Part 2

The Second Part of King Henry the Sixth is a historical play by William Shakespeare, written between 1590 and 1591. This is the sixth part of a series of eight plays about the War of the Roses between the Houses of York and Lancaster during the 14th and 15th centuries.

ActsEdit

  • Act I
  • Act II
  • Act III
  • Act IV
  • Act V

Dramatis PersonæEdit

  • King Henry VI
  • Humphrey
  • Cardinal Beaufort
  • Richard Plantagenet
  • Edward
  • Richard
  • Duke of Somerset
  • Duke of Suffolk
  • Duke of Buckingham
  • Lord Clifford
  • Young Clifford
  • Earl of Salisbury
  • Earl of Warwick
  • Lord Scales
  • Lord Say
  • Sir Humphrey Stafford
  • William Stafford
  • Sir John Stanley
  • Vaux
  • Matthew Goffe
  • Walter Whitmore
  • John Hume
  • John Southwell
  • Roger Bolingbroke
  • Thomas Horner
  • Peter
  • Simpcox
  • Alexander Iden
  • Jack Cade
  • George Bevis
  • John Holland
  • Dick
  • Smith
  • Michael
  • Margaret
  • Eleanor
  • Margaret Jourdain
  • a Sea-Captain
  • a Master
  • his Mate
  • two Gentlemen
  • Clerk of Chatham
  • Mayor of St. Albans
  • two Murderers
  • Simpcox's Wife
  • a Herald
  • a Beadle
  • a Sheriff
  • a Spirit
  • Lords
  • Ladies
  • Attendants
  • Petitioners
  • Aldermen
  • Officers
  • Citizens
  • Prentices
  • Falconers
  • Guards
  • Soldiers
  • Messengers
Last modified on 2 October 2011, at 23:57