Death By The Plague Henry Monologue Analysis

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ere many, though hardly were lost to sword or arrow. Will and James, two comely men from England who had befriended Henri early on their quest for holiness had both died by the plague. Marc who came from a town just a day’s ride away from Henri had fallen to starvation, which seemed to hurt the most in the man’s burdened heart; for no cure could be brought by the plague, but the food withheld from the men of God brought the death of the only fellow Frenchman Henri had enjoyed in conversation and cups

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