This brittle glory. by Stella Morton

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Published by Morrow in New York .

Written in English

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LC ClassificationsPZ3.M846 Th, PR6025.O784 Th
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Pagination315 p.
Number of Pages315
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Open LibraryOL6073795M
LC Control Number50014109
OCLC/WorldCa1579403

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Richard II: A Brittle Glory Laura Ashe Richard II () came to the throne as a child, following the long, domineering reign of his grandfather Edward III.

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He suffered from the disastrous combination of a most exalted sense of his own power and an inability to impress that power on those closest to the throne. Neither trusted nor feared, Richard battled with a whole series of failures and emergencies.

Laura Ashe, Richard II: A Brittle Glory (Penguin Monarchs), (London: Penguin, ) With a particular connection to Shakespeare's play about Richard, and a few Penguin Monarchs already under my belt, I'd really hoped for something special from this book. I was disappointed.

The main issue is not Laura Ashe's subject knowledge (clearly immense), or. Notes: So, here is where I take advantage of fanfiction as a particular type of writing, in that the bulk of this AU is going to focus on events in the south while I mostly leave the North alone to slowly mould itself into a version of what we find in canon.

Richard II came to the throne as a child, and throughout his reign he suffered from the disastrous combination of an exalted sense of his own divine power and an inability to use it, finally succumbing to a coup, imprisonment and a lonely death.

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