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Title: How Far Do You Agree With Shakespeare’S View Of Richard?

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Subject: History
Author: James C
Date: July 2, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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Richard had an ambition and that was to become king, even if it meant killing innocence people. Nobles did not think that he would be a good king as kings are meant produce heirs and treat their nobles with fairness and not take their land away as well as their tittles. A king would execute without trail but Richard would as he wanted to get rid of his enemies...

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A king would execute without trail but Richard would as he wanted to get rid of his enemies. For examples when Buckingham wants Richard to become king he helps him with Richards’s plots against all who stand in his way. When Richard does not give Buckingham the Earldom what he wants, he decides to stop supporting Richard...

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