What is the last line spoken by Henry as the boat leaves the dock which includes "I wouldn't have missed it for the world"?
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These are the last lines of the play when Henry is seeing Eleanor off, sending her back to her "prison".
Eleanor: You'll let me out for Easter?
Henry:Come the resurrection, you can strike me down again.
Eleanor:Perhaps next time I'll do it.
Henry:And perhaps you won't.
Eleanor: You know,I hope we never die!
Henry:So do I.
Eleanor: You think there's any chance of it?
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