King John (Shakespeare Library Classic)
King John is a History written by English playwright William Shakespeare, who is widely considered to be the greatest writer of the English language. King John is a play that focuses on the life and death of King John. King John is an important work of William Shakespeares, and is highly recommended for fans of his works as well as those discovering his plays for the first time.
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Act Five Scene Angiers Anjou arms art thou AUSTRIA BASTARD BASTARD BASTARD Brother BIGOT BLANCH blood bosom breath Bretagne brother brows CARDINAL PANDULPH CHATILLON child Citizen curse Dauphin dead death devil dost thou doth drums England Enter KING JOHN Enter the BASTARD Exeunt Act Five eyes fair faith father fear forsworn fortune France French friends Geffrey's gentle give Goodwin Sands grandam grief hand hear heart heaven hold holy honour HUBERT JOHN Bear John hath KING PHILIP LADY FAULCONBRIDGE land LEWIS liege lion little prince look lord Lord Salisbury Madam majesty MELUN Messenger mother mouth noble o'er peace PEMBROKE pope PRINCE HENRY QUEEN ELINOR revolt SALISBURY Scene One SETTING shame sir Robert soul speak spirit swear sweet Swinstead tell thee thine thou art thou dost thou hast thou mayst thou shalt thyself tongue Touraine trumpet vex'd young Arthur