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MonkeyNotes-King Henry VI, Part 3 by William Shakespeare
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Act II, SCENE 4

The scene is another part of the field where Richard and Clifford
finally meet. Richard challenges Clifford to fight. He says his one
arm is for the Duke of York and the other for Rutland, both bound
to revenge. Clifford shows his hand that stabbed York and the
other hand that slew Rutland and says his heart triumphs in their
death. They fight, but when Warwick comes, Clifford flees.
Richard says he himself wants to hunt Clifford to death.

Notes

This short scene exposes Richard's strong enmity towards Clifford
and vice versa. Both express their hatred towards each other,
giving their individual reasons. Rather than being about noble
causes, this war is one of personal vengeance and blind fury.

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