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The Lancastrian Bias in Shakespeare's Richard the Second
(Creighton University, 1963)
The life of King Richard II of England offers an interesting challenge to anyone who desires to read and interpret history in a period of civil war which often clouds and at times even obscures fact by propaganda. | It is ...
Richard the Third: The Dramatic Character versus the Historical Figure
(Creighton University, 1962)
Josephine Tey wrote a delightful detective novel entitled, The Daughter of Time, in which the subject of this mystery was Richard the Third, the last of the Plantagenets to occupy the English Throne. The conclusion to her ...