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Princes in the Tower

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"The Princes in the Tower" is an expression frequently used to refer to Edward V of England .... Gloucester was crowned King Richard III of England on 3 July. .... the skeletons of the "...

No Fear Shakespeare: Richard III: Act 2, Scene 1, Page 5

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Nearer in bloody thoughts, and not in blood,. Deserve not worse than wretched Clarence did,. And yet go current from suspicion. RICHARD. Well, the poor man ...

Richard III, Act V, Scene 3 :|: Open Source Shakespeare

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[Enter KING RICHARD III in arms, with NORFOLK, SURREY, and others]. Richard III ... But where to-morrow? Well, all's ... Look that my staves be sound, and not too heavy. Ratcliff! ... I'll strive, with troubled thoughts, to take a nap, ... And in a bloody battle end thy days! .... One raised in blood, and one in blood establish'd;

Richard III: Entire Play - The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

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The Life and Death of Richard the Third. Shakespeare ... But I, that am not shaped for sportive tricks, ...... Nearer in bloody thoughts, but not in blood, Deserve not ...

Richard III: Act IV - CliffsNotes

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But I am in / So far in blood that sin will pluck on sin" (64-65). ... He is shaken with horror at the very thought of the bloody deed; even the underlings he had hired ...

Shakespeare's Richard III 4.4 - Elizabeth Confronts Richard

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Having no more but thought of what thou wert, ... Thy age confirm'd, proud, subdued, bloody, ... KING RICHARD III, Wrong not her birth, she is of royal blood.

Richard III (play) - Wikiquote

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1591) is William Shakespeare's version of the short career of Richard III of England, who is depicted as a villain. The play is ... But I, — that am not shap'd for sportive tricks, .... O bloody Richard! ... So far in blood, that sin will pluck on sin.

Did Richard III Kill the Princes in the Tower? - Newsweek

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Jul 13, 2014 ... But equally, if the princes were dead, why did Richard not follow the ... that Richard III was guilty of “murders in shedding of infants' blood.”.

Shakespeare's Richard III Act 1 Scene 4 The Murder of Clarence

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Richard III with explanatory notes and facts about the play. Richard has his ... Dabbled in blood; and he squeak'd out aloud, ... Second Murderer, Not to kill him, having a warrant for it; but to be. damned for ... First Murderer, I thought thou hadst been resolute. Second .... First Murderer, Who made thee, then, a bloody minister...

Richard III: Red-Blooded Richard - From the Current - The Criterion ...

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Apr 22, 2013 ... ... expressive element—and not only because the reds are employed as a substitute for bloody thoughts and deeds. (There is very little blood ...

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Richard III, Act I, Scene 3 :|: Open Source Shakespeare

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History of Richard III ... Richard III (Duke of Gloucester). ... And not provoked by any suitor else; 525 ... Yea, and much better blood than his or thine. ... Far be it from my heart, the thought of it! ... And God, not we, hath plagued thy bloody deed .

William Shakespeare – Richard III Act 4 Scene 4 | Genius

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Having no more but thought of what thou wert, To torture thee the more, being ... Enter KING RICHARD III, marching, with drums and trumpets ... Thy age confirm'd , proud, subdued, bloody, ... Wrong not her birth, she is of royal blood. QUEEN ...

Richard III: Act 2, Scene 1 - PlayShakespeare.com

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Nearer in bloody thoughts, but not in blood,. Deserve not worse than wretched Clarence did,. And yet go current from suspicion! Enter Stanley, Earl of Derby.