Titles from RICHARD II

Death of Richard II
Francis Wheatley: The Death of Richard II

'Tis not the trial of a woman's war,
The bitter clamour of two eager tongues,
Can arbitrate this cause betwixt us twain. (I,i)
  • Charlotte Mary Brame: A Woman's War
  • Warwick Depping: A Woman's War
  • Doris R. Harris: The Woman's War
  • The purest treasure mortal times afford
    Is spotless reputation: take that away,
    Men are but gilded loam or painted clay.
    . . .
    Mine honour is my life; both grow in one;
    Take honour from me, and my life is done. (I,i)
  • Dorothea Longard: A Spotless Reputation
  • Sara Woods: My Life Is Done
  • We were not born to sue, but to command. (I,i)
  • Helen Nicolay: Born To Command
  • Gordon Stables: Born To Command
  • Hath love in thy old blood no living fire? (I,ii)
  • Henry Bromley: Fire in the Blood
  • Mary Kay Simmons: A Fire in the Blood
  • Denisa Newborough: Fire in My Blood
  • All places that the eye of heaven visits
    Are to a wise man ports and happy havens. (I,ii)
  • Isabel Quigley: The Eye of Heaven
  • Owen Gingerich: The Eye of Heaven
  • Allen Sharp: The Eye of Heaven
  • John Arden: Happy Haven
  • How long a time lies in one little word!
    Four lagging winters and four wanton springs
    End in a word: such is the breath of kings. (I,iii)
  • Gene Farrington: The Breath of Kings
  • O! who can hold a fire in his hand
    By thinking on the frosty Caucasus? (I,iii)
  • Leon Phillips: Fire in His Hand
  • Michael Grieg: A Fire in His Hand
  • This royal throne of kings, this scepter'd isle,
    This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
    This other Eden, demi-paradise,
    This fortress built by Nature for herself
    Against infection and the hand of war,
    This happy breed of men, this little world,
    This precious stone set in the silver sea,
    Which serves it in the office of a wall,
    Or as a moat defensive to a house,
    Against the envy of less happier lands,
    This blessed plot, this earth, this realm,
    this England. (II,i)

    Richard II
    Richard II
  • Edgar Newgass: This Scepter'd Isle
  • James Turner: Sceptered Isle: The Countryside of Britain
  • Joanne Stang: Shadows on the Sceptered Isle
  • Marc Alexander: Phantom Britain: This Spectre'd Isle
  • R. D. Carques: The Other Eden
  • J. A. Cole: This Happy Breed
  • Reginald Hargreaves: This Happy Breed
  • Noel Coward: This Happy Breed
  • Francis Young: This Little World
  • Florence Olmstead: This Little World
  • David Christie Murray: This Little World
  • David Cannadin: This Little World
  • Hesketh Pearson: This Blessed Plot
  • M. R. D. Meek: This Blessed Plot
  • Evelyn Berckman: The Blessed Plot
  • Hugo Young: This Blessed Plot: Britain and Europe from Churchill to Blair
  • Samuel Chamberlain: This Realm, This England
  • John Marriott: This Realm of England
  • Lacey Baldwin Smith: This Realm of England, 1399 to 1688
  • Jean Plaidy et alia: Queen of This Realm: The Story of Elizabeth I
  • Mark Neville: This England
  • William Shears: This England
  • Mary Ellen Chase: This England
  • Gerald Barry: This England
  • Arthur Cummings: This England
  • M. Bateman: This England: Selections from the New Statesman Column, 1934-1968
  • David Souden: This Land of England
  • But time will not permit: all is uneven,
    And every thing is left at six and seven. (II,ii)
  • Maia Pedersen: At Sixes and Sevens
  • John Yeoman: Sixes and Sevens
  • O. Henry: Sixes and Sevens
  • Esther Carlson: Sixes and Sevens
  • Edgar Fawcett: Sixes and Sevens
  • Each substance of a grief hath twenty shadows. (II,ii)
  • Jose Martino de Alencar: The Substance of a Grief
  • Eating the bitter bread of banishment. (III,i)
  • Ronald McKie: Bitter Bread
  • Albert Laberge: Bitter Bread
  • Will Evans: Bitter Bread
  • Nikolai Mikhailovich Gubskii: Bitter Bread
  • Catherine Clark: Bitter Bread
  • Alison Taylor: Bitter Bread
  • Marie C. Nelson: Bitter Bread: The Famine in Norrbotten 1867-1868
  • Gabriel Plesea: Bitter Be Thy Bread
  • O! call back yesterday, bid time return. (III,ii)

    G. H. Broughton: Queen Isabella and Her Ladies
  • John Sampson: O, Call Back Yesterday
  • Dorothea Charnwood: Call Back Yesterday
  • Kenneth Cox: Call Back Yesterday
  • Bessie Douglas: Call Back Yesterday
  • Shirley Eskapa: Call Back Yesterday
  • James D. Forman: Call Back Yesterday
  • Doris Leslie: Call Back Yesterday
  • Doreen Owens Malek: Call Back Yesterday
  • Natalie Shipman: Call Back Yesterday
  • Jean M. Uhl: Call Back Yesterday: Eumemmering Parish
  • Sara Woods: Call Back Yesterday
  • Humphrey Packington: Bid Time Return
  • Margaret Ferguson: Bid Time Return
  • Dorothy Easton: Bid Time Return
  • Fairlie Taylor: Bid Time Return
  • Richard Matheson: Bid Time Return
  • Jean Ure: Bid Time Return
  • Donna Baker: Bid Time Return
  • Say, is my kingdom lost? why,'twas my care;
    And what loss is it to be rid of care? (III,ii)
  • Patricia Wentworth: Kingdom Lost
  • Mary Terese Donze: The Kingdom Lost and Found
  • Of comfort let no man speak:
    Let's talk of graves, of worms and epitaphs;
    Make dust our paper and with rainy eyes
    Write sorrow on the bosom of the earth,
    Let's choose executors and talk of wills:
    . . .
    For God's sake, let us sit upon the ground
    And tell sad stories of the death of kings.
    . . .
    All murder'd: for within the hollow crown
    That rounds the mortal temples of a king
    Keeps Death his court and there the antic sits. (III,ii)
  • Robert Player: Let's Talk of Graves, of Worms, and Epitaphs
  • Sarah Shankman: Now Let's Talk of Graves
  • Tobias Wells: Of Graves, Worms and Epitaphs
  • George Tolman: Graves and Worms and Epitaphs
  • Kenneth Lindley: Of Graves and Epitaphs
  • Sara Woods: Let's Choose Executors
  • Sarah J. Mason: Let's Talk of Wills
  • Charles Wertenbaker: The Death of Kings
  • James L. Johnson: The Death of Kings
  • Peter Danielson: The Death of Kings
  • John Barton: The Hollow Crown
  • Harold Hutchinson: The Hollow Crown
  • Nicholas B. Dirks: The Hollow Crown
  • David Roberts: The Hollow Crown
  • David McDaniel: The Hollow Crown Affair
  • Margaret Barnes: Within the Hollow Crown
  • John Barton: The Hollow Crown: The Follies, Foibles and Faces of the Kings and Queens of England
  • Nicholas B. Dirks: The Hollow Crown: Ethnohistory of an Indian Kingdom
  • Patrick Weller, ed.: The Hollow Crown: Countervailing Trends in Core Executives
  • Harold Frederick Hutchison: The Hollow Crown: A Life of Richard II
  • Geoffrey Richardson: The Hollow Crowns: A History of the Battles of the Wars of the Roses
  • I'll give my jewels for a set of beads,
    . . .
    And my large kingdom for a little grave,
    A little little grave, an obscure grave. (III,iii)
  • Sara Woods: An Obscure Grave
  • Take the correction, mildly kiss the rod,
    And fawn on rage with base humility? (V,i)
  • Edmund Yates: Kissing the Rod
  • G. M. Goshgarian: To Kiss the Chastening Rod: Domestic Fiction and Sexual ideology in the American Renaissance

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