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Richard II

William Shakespeare

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Bloom, Harold. Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human. New York: Riverhead Books (Penguin Putnam Inc.), 1998.

Evans, G. Blakemore, et al., eds. The Riverside Shakespeare. Boston: The Houghton Mifflin Company, 1974.

Greenblatt, Stephen, gen. ed. The Norton Shakespeare (Based on the Oxford Edition). New York and London: W.W. Norton & Co., 1997.

Shakespeare, William. Richard II. Ed. Peter Ure. Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, UK: Arden Shakespeare (Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd.), 1956, 1998.

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by DanMitchell23, January 09, 2013

I've recently read Richard II for my University course, here are my thoughts!

http://inbetweenthelines1.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/shakespeare-play-richard-ii/

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Too Much of a Good Thing for King Richard to Keep

by ReadingShakespearefor450th, February 26, 2013

I just finished King Richard II as part of goal to read all of Shakespeare by his 450th birthday.

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Who killed Richard?

by SallyMcC, November 15, 2013

I've recently seen an RSC production of Richard II and noticed that instead of being killed by Lord Exton Richard was instead killed by Rutland. Can anyone think of explanation for this? I was thinking that the actor playing Exton may have been incapable of playing the part on that night so the actor playing Rutland took over, but there was a clear recognition between the two after the murder so surely another actor would have played the part if this was the case?

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