A King Rediscovered: The Economic Impact of Richard III and Richard III on the City of Leicester
For those seeking to rehabilitate the reputation of Richard III from centuries of opprobrium (primarily for allegedly both deposing his nephew Edward V in 1483 and then having him and his brother, Richard, murdered in the Tower of London), Shakespeare’s play offers a significant and, at times, irritating challenge.
KeywordsDaily Mail Goose Bump Moral Depravity Temporary Exhibition Irritate Challenge
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