Richard III: The Self-Made King

Michael Hicks (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$35.00
Publisher
Yale University Press
Publish Date
November 26, 2019
Pages
388
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780300214291
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About the Author

Michael Hicks is emeritus professor of medieval history at the University of Winchester and has been described as "the greatest living expert on Richard" by BBC History Magazine. His previous publications include The Wars of the Roses.

Reviews

"Hicks has written a tour de force, based upon a deep understanding of the vast and divergent secondary literature and a career spent among the archives of fifteenth-century England. The book is at once scholarly and accessible and the definitive biography of this most controversial of kings."--David Grummitt, author of A Short History of the Wars of the Roses--David Grummitt
"The best researched, most comprehensive study of Richard III, especially strong on Richard's formative experiences. Hicks presents the findings of a lifetime's archival research with impressive clarity. A must-have for scholars and interested general readers."--John Guy, author of Elizabeth: The Forgotten Years --John Guy
"The product of almost 50 years of research into Richard and those surrounding him, this is an impressive feat of scholarship from an authority on the tumultuous Fifteenth Century. An important addition to the bookshelves of any student of the Wars of the Roses and of this enduringly compelling monarch."--Lauren Johnson, author of Shadow King: The Life and Death --Lauren Johnson
"Hicks has thrown down the gauntlet. Never has Richard the man been more convincingly portrayed. Who is ready to challenge the ruthless and driven Plantagenet drawn from the shadows? This Richard is not the creation of what followed his death, but the thirty two years of life that preceded it. A meticulous and thrilling biography, in which character is destiny."--Leanda de Lisle, author of Tudor: The Family Story--Leanda de Lisle