Why did Edward kill his father in the ballad Edward Edward?

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His mother encouraged him to do so.
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Who was Edward I?

Edward I (17/18 June 1239 - 7 July 1307), also known as Edward Longshanks, was King of England from 1272 to 1307. The first son of Henry III.

What is the ballad Edward Edward about?

The ballad of Edward is about a boy, Edward, whose mother questionshim about blood on his sword. He answers with lies until finally headmits that he killed his father and is l

Who is Edward?

Edward [CULLEN] is a vampire who has the desire to help the world by not killing humans. He loves a human [BELLA SWAN].

Who is Edward I and what he did?

Prince Edward I achieved historical fame by conquering large parts of Wales and almost succeeding in doing the same to Scotland. However, his death led to his son Edward II ta

Summary of the ballad edward edward?

The ballad is about a man questioned by his mother about the bloodon his sword. He confesses he killed his father and is leaving thecountry, his wife, children, and livestock.

How do you kill Edward?

The only way to kill him is the same way you kill any vampire : Ripping him into pieces and then burning those pieces. Or you could just snipe him.

Was edward vii the queen's father?

If you mean Queen Elizabeth II, then no. Edward VII is her great-grandfather. However, Edward VII had a daughter, Maud, who became Queen of Norway.

What killed Edward?

Nothing killed Edward. However, Carlisle did put venom into Edward when he was biting him. Otherwise, if Carlisle hadn't, Edward would have died, like his mother, from the Spa

Did Edward the V1 father a child?

Definitely not! He died at the tender age of sixteen of tuberculosis and declared The Lady Jane Grey as the nest Queen. This decision was probably made, however by his 'protec