Richard III: A Pitkin Guide (Royalty)

Richard III: A Pitkin Guide (Royalty)

by Michael St . John Parker (Author), JaneDrake (Editor), G . W . O . Woodward (Author)

Synopsis

The reign of Richard III was one of the shortest in English history: yet the King himself was one of the most enigmatic personalities to have occupied the throne. Only 31 at the time of his death, Richard in his brief career demonstrated an extraordinary range of contradictory qualities - staunch loyalty and dissimulating perfidy, dignified generosity and ruthless self-interest, scrupulous honesty in government and a cynical manipulativeness. From the later 18th century onwards, he has been a hero for those who are drawn to lost causes.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 24
Edition: New edition
Publisher: Pitkin Guides
Published: Jul 1994

ISBN 10: 0853726531
ISBN 13: 9780853726531

Author Bio
Michael St John Parker is a historian and writer who has written a numerous amount of Pitkin guides. These include King Arthur, William Shakespeare, The Wars of the Roses, Life in Victorian Britain, The Civil War, Britain's Kings and Queens and more.