It's time this week for Shakespeare's other surviving collaboration with John Fletcher, The Two Noble Kinsmen. I've never read this play, but it's said to contain a more distinct Fletcherian style than Henry VIII. Let's see if we agree.
P.S. Coming up, we're going to read a few non-canonical works, including Edward III and Double Falsehood. These certainly aren't in your Complete Works, so it's time for a visit to your favorite library or bookstore.
It's a good thing I already bought my copies, because I'm not allowed in any bookstores after last week's frenzy at a Borders liquidation sale: