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Richard II – the play and the history

Richard II is one of English monarchs, mostly known as the young king, who dealt with the Peasants’ Revolt, led by Wat Tyler, in 1381. He was born in Bordeaux in 1367 and inherited ‘the throne from his grandfather in … Continue reading

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Three character lords in ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’

Love’s Labour’s Lost is a play written by William Shakespeare. It is said that the play ‘was first printed in 1658’ (Alchin, 2005) and was written relatively in the early days of the author’s writing career. It is also pointed … Continue reading

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