William Shakespeare's Works/Histories/King Henry VI Part 3

The Third Part of Henry the Sixth is a historical play by William Shakespeare, written before 1592, when it first premiered on stage. This play is the seventh play in a series of eight 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 I
  • Act V

Dramatis PersonæEdit

  • King Henry VI
  • Edward, Prince of Wales
  • Lewis XI
  • Duke of Somerset
  • Duke of Exeter
  • Earl of Oxford
  • Earl of Northumberland
  • Earl of Westmoreland
  • Lord Clifford
  • Richard Plantagenet
  • Edward, Earl of March
  • Edmund
  • George
  • Richard
  • Duke of Norfolk
  • Marquis of Montague
  • Earl of Warwick
  • Earl of Pembroke
  • Lord Hastings
  • Lord Stafford
  • Sir John Mortimer
  • Sir Hugh Mortimer
  • Henry
  • Lord Rivers
  • Sir William Stanley
  • Sir John Montgomery
  • Sir John Somerville
  • Queen Margaret
  • Lady Grey
  • Bona
  • Rutland's Tutor
  • Mayor of York
  • a Lieutenant
  • a Nobleman
  • two Keepers
  • a Huntsman
  • a Son who has killed his father
  • a Father who has killed his son
  • Soldiers
  • Attendants
  • Messengers
  • Watchmen
Last modified on 23 May 2009, at 17:23