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Richard III Potential Questions (1 Viewer)

nrumble42

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Hey guys! I was looking to do my project on Richard III and how Shakepseapre's portrayal of him was a result of the subjective nature of the historians of the time (eg, Tudor chroniclers, Sir Thomas More, Raphael Hoilnshed. ...), but I'm having trouble in the wording of my question. Any suggestions or ways to go about it??
Thanks!! :spin:
 

edwardf316

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I would re-think your entire question because it's not exactly related to history. Shakespeare was a poet and playwright but he was not a historian.

If you're looking at doing Richard III i would focus on how his portrayal by historians has changed over time or something to that effect.
 

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