Henry VI, Part III is a play by William Shakespeare. A copy of which can be found in The Compleat Works of William Shakespeare. It tells one part of Henry VI's life. The book is well known, and famous for mentioning Daventry, a city in the Other World that shares its name with the Kingdom of Daventry.[1]

Selected passagesEdit

Forebear to judge, for we are sinners all.
Close up his eyes and draw the curtain close;
And let us all to meditation.
In thy face I see
The map of honor, truth, and loyalty.


  1. KQC2E, pg
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