Richard III: The Great Debateby Paul Murray Kendall (Editor), Thomas More, Horace Walpole
Was Richard III a villain who murdered the little princes in the Tower, or was he a tragic victim of history when his reputation fell into the hands of his enemies? The 'great debate' has gone on for almost four centuries. Central to this debate are two documents: History of King Richard III by Sir Thomas More and Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard III by Horace Walpole, brought together in this volume with introductions by the distinguished biographer Paul Murray Kendall.
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