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76 – 83 ) Simon Simpcox , who seeks to gain the King ' s charity by claiming to
have been miraculously cured of blindness , is a rogue , but his wife makes a
sudden bid for our sympathy with her claim : ' Alas , sir , we did it for pure need ' (
At first York seems likely to succeed in his claim to the throne as Henry admits , '
My title ' s weak ' ( 1 . 1 . 135 ) and agrees to cede his right of succession
provided he may remain king during his lifetime , but this does not suit Margaret ,
Both sides claim Angers ; the Citizens are willing to yield to the King of England
provided they know who that is ; the height of absurdity is reached when John
proposes to the King of France that they ' lay this Angers even with the ground ...
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Man of the Theatre
THREE Comedies of Verona Padua Ephesus
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