The power and the imagination: the enigmatic state in Shakespeare's English history plays
Murphy, Peter (2009) The power and the imagination: the enigmatic state in Shakespeare's English history plays. Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 63 (247). pp. 41-64.
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[Extract] The king is running out of money for his war in Ireland. So he confiscates Henry Bolingbroke's estate. Richard II's expropriation and exile of Bolingbroke proves a turning point in the history of the English state. The events that flow from it transform the nature of British political history in deep-going and unexpected ways.The banishment of Bolingbroke brings about the downfall of Richard...
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