King Henry VI, Part 2 OverviewKing Henry VI, Part Two is a play by William Shakespeare that finds Henry VI questioning if his claim to the throne is legitimate. This uncertainty, coupled with the inability of Henry VI to govern, leads to chaos in England. Henry VI begins to feel lost as he is faced with the loss of his advisor, Gloucester, and the start of the Battle of St. Albans. York makes a claim for the throne, and sets out to pursue Henry VI.
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