Scene I. aquot; a Pembroke, Stafford, and Hastingsaquot; a Collier remarks the particularity of the stage-directions in this play, as printed in the ... standing on one part of the stage, concert a plan for surprising Edward IV. in his tent, on another part of the stage. ... Scene V. aquot;A Park near Middlcham Castleaquot; a The account of Edwarda#39;s captivity is according to Hollingshed and Hall. ... had a good while beheld, he said to such princes as were with him, a Lo, surely this is he to whom both we and ouranbsp;...
|Author||:||William Shakespeare, Henry W. Hewet, John Payne Collier, Charles Knight|