When it cleared it was obvious the last remaining section of maisonette with scaffolding attached to it had collapsed and landed only a couple of feet short of Bolingbroke
Heights and the main entrance to the building.
, backed by an army of supporters, returns demanding his rightful inheritance.
Sold by the Bolingbroke
family in 1943, it was bought by Walter Hutchinson before being sold again in 1951 when it made pounds 12,600 and entered the Woolavington Collection.
Unallured by Bolingbroke
, it is doubtful that Pope, although a Catholic, would have been a Jacobite, or even a royalist at all.
Shakespeare begins his play with a dispute between Bolingbroke
and the Duke of Norfolk.
The final chapter examines the play of Woodstock, and the author's support of the monarchy and his nostalgia for an eroding socioeconomic system, alongside John Hayward's Life and Raigne of Henrie IIII with its Tacitean perspective--promoting "history's didactic and memorial function" (291)--and Francis Bacon's Declaration, which draws parallels between the treason of Bolingbroke
and that of Essex.
Holinshed reports that Bolingbroke
had summoned Parliament "vsing the name of king Richard in the writs directed forth to the lords," (3) as Shakespeare's Henry has also done.
returns with an army to reclaim his inheritance and whatever else he can get - such as Richard's crown - the divine right of kings and the principle of orderly succession come under attack.
rides roller coasters for a living.
This certainly helps to explain exactly how Bolingbroke
gets away with the various crimes he commits in the name of restoring "good government.
Richard feared that Bolingbroke
would unmask the king's complicity in the murder of Bolingbroke
's uncle, the Duke of Gloucester, a noble who was popular with the court.
Moreover, some of his comments seem rather strange or imprecise, at least from a legal perspective, for example, "Richard is wasting his tenement, so Bolingbroke
seizes him"(5) and ".