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Penguin, London, 1969, 16th pr.  ISBN 0-14-070719-0.  MMPB, 285 pages including Commentary, An Account of the Text, and Genealogical Table.  Very good plus; light edge and cover wear, remainder mark on bottom edge, pages tanned; appears unread.  Edited by Stanley Wells.  King Richard II, the last king of the house of Plantagenet, is a spendthrift and out of touch with his country and common people.  He raises taxes to fund his pet wars.  His uncle dies and he confiscates his property to help fund a war in Ireland.  While away at war, his cousin, Henry Bolingbroke, angry at his inheritance being seized, amasses an army and begins to take over the country, and eventually imprisons Richard on his return.

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