Richard of Gloucester crosses and double-crosses friends and foes alike in a no-holds-barred effort to solidify control of the throne once occupied by his brother, Edward IV. His antics prove fruitful until one final battle with Henry, Earl of Richmond, at the end of the War of the Roses.Shakespeare thus achieved a degree of unity unknown to the episodic Henry VI plays and helped to justify the title The ... ESSAY. TOPICS. AND. REVIEW. QUESTIONS. 1. What characteristics peculiar to the Machiavellian villain-hero areanbsp;...
|Title||:||CliffsNotes on Shakespeare's Richard III|
|Author||:||James K Lowers|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 1999-03-03|