Two Scenes from
" KING RICHARD II."
(Act IV., Scene 1.)
Henry Bolingbroke , the exiled
Duke of Hereford, has returned from banishment and defeated King Richard's army. Richard is compelled to abdicate in favour of Bolingbroke, who becomes King Henry IV.
" THE MERCHANT OF
(Act V., Scene 1.)
Two lovers, Lorenzo and Jessica, meet by moonlight in the garden of Portia's house in Italy. Presently Stephano, a servant of Portia, announces the speedy arrival of his mistress : but the two lovers continue undisturbed.
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