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The tragedy of King Richard the Second

Author: William Shakespeare; Frances E Dolan
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Penguin Books, 2000.
Series: Pelican Shakespeare.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New editionView all editions and formats
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Richard II, who ascended to the throne as a young man, is a regal and stately figure, but he is wasteful in his spending habits, unwise in his choice of counselors, and detached from his country and its common people. -- from Sparknotes.
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Genre/Form: tragedies
Drama
Historical drama
History
Tragedies (Drama)
Tragedies
Théâtre historique
Tragédies
Named Person: Richard, King of England; Richard, King of England
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Shakespeare; Frances E Dolan
ISBN: 0140714820 9780140714821 0143104594 9780143104599
OCLC Number: 47295976
Description: xlvi, 113 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Publisher's note --
The theatrical world --
The texts of Shakespeare --
Introduction --
Note on the text --
The tragedy of King Richard the Second.
Series Title: Pelican Shakespeare.
Other Titles: King Richard II
Richard II
Responsibility: William Shakespeare ; edited by Frances E. Dolan.
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Richard II, who ascended to the throne as a young man, is a regal and stately figure, but he is wasteful in his spending habits, unwise in his choice of counselors, and detached from his country and its common people. -- from Sparknotes.

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