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Henry IV Focuses on the reign of the first Lancastrian king - by some of the leading historians of late medieval England. This collection of essays takes a fresh look at the crucial first years of Henry IV's reign, examining how Henry met and overcame the challenges which his usurpation created.
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A thought provoking and stimulating collection of essays, which
will raise many questions, and will stimulate further research.
-- SOUTHERN HISTORY (2005)
Stimulating [and] well-researched. -- NORTHERN HISTORY, September 2004
These essays are well researched and detailed contributions to scholarship and many revise current understanding of particular issues and episodes. -- History
GWILYM DODD is lecturer in history, University of York; DOUGLAS BIGGS teaches in the department of history at Waldorf College, IA.
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