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Describe Richard's concept of kingship in this play.

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As you briefly describe Richard's concept of kingship in this play, please note how I feel that Shakespeare offers many ideas about the true nature of kingship in this riveting play. For example, Carlisle's character embodies the question of the right to ...

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100 words of notes and quotes from the text are integrated to briefly describe Richard's concept of kingship in this play.

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