This study explores the theme behind "Richard II" - the power struggle between monarchy and feudal nobility. The language and characters are thoroughly analyzed and lucidity explained to persuade the reader that many commonly held assumptions did not do justice to the drama's intentions. Graham Holderness has written many books including "Who's Who in D.H. Lawrence", "Shakespeare's History", "Shakespeare in Performance: The Taming of the Shrew" and "Romeo and Juliet".
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