Tags » Richard III

At last, Richard gets a smidgen of the Renaissance credit he's due....

English Costume from William I to George IV by Dion Clayton Calthrop, published 1937.

I have just received this book, and of course turned immediately to the reign of Richard III. 247 more words

Response to Kenneth Burke’s A Rhetoric of Motives

Emily Miller

ENG 599, Thesis

Dr. Walker

May 25, 2015

Response to Kenneth Burke’s A Rhetoric of Motives

Burke, Kenneth. A Rhetoric of Motives. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1969. 524 more words

Richard III

Response to Marjorie Garber’s Shakespeare and Modern Culture

Emily Miller

ENG 599, Thesis

Dr. Walker

May 12, 2015

Response to Marjorie Garber’s Shakespeare and Modern Culture

Garber, Marjorie. Shakespeare and Modern Culture. New York: Anchor Books, 2008. 910 more words

Richard III

Response to E.M.W. Tillyard's Shakespeare’s History Plays

Emily Miller

ENG 599, Thesis

Dr. Walker

May 9, 2015

Response to E.M.W. Tillyard’s Shakespeare’s History Plays

Tillyard, E.M.W. Shakespeare’s History Plays. New York: Barnes & Noble Inc., 1964. 1,006 more words

Richard III

What was Stillington's motive?

Although Commines is the principal source for Robert Stillington being the clergyman who informed Richard of the alleged marriage between Edward IV and Lady Eleanor Talbot, the treatment of the bishop after the accession of Henry VII does appear to support the idea that he was the man involved. 454 more words

Community events #Sunday #ramble

Welcome to my Sunday ramble, when I ramble on about whatever happens to be on my mind. I was out at the local church hall taking photos for a charity event last night and so I’m struggling to stay awake today. 520 more words

Ramblings

A Fishy Tale...

Keeping on the subject of mediaeval food, I decided to write about a foodstuff that is no longer commonly eaten or even very well known of in the UK – the lamprey. 638 more words