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, 1428–71, English nobleman, called the Kingmaker. Through his grandfather, Ralph Neville, 1st earl of Westmorland, he had connections with the house of Lancaster; he was also the nephew of Cecily Neville, wife of Richard, duke of York.
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(From left) Jim Anderson, Richard Neville and Felix Dennis, who <B founded Oz after release from prison following an obscenity trial
THE mother of Midland pop star Richard Neville said last night she hopes he will rekindle his love with fellow chart star Billie.
Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, has become a household name thanks largely to Shakespeare, uncritical historians, myth, legend, and "Hollywood history." Everyone knows, or thinks they do, all about the "kingmaker." Michael Hicks, a scholar thoroughly engaged with the political and economic climate of fifteenth-century England, has produced a challenging argument which goes a long way toward correcting this popular fallacy.
But she hopes that Billie, who is dating 19-year-old Richard Neville from boy band FIVE, will be sensible about it.
Rosamund Allen argues that The Awntyrs oV Arthure alludes to the fortunes of the Neville family and that it may have been written to celebrate Richard Neville's marriage in 1425.
Bestsellers "Captain Correlli's Mandolin" and "Bridget Jones' Diary" are in the works, while recent pacts include acquisition of Richard Neville's Swinging '60s autobiog "Hippie Hippie Shake."
At the time IT had the stronger following, but the focal point everyone remembers now is Richard Neville's Oz.
Born the eldest son of Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury, and Alice, daughter of Thomas Montacute (November 22, 1428); created Earl of Warwick since his wife Anne was sister and coheir of Henry Beauchamp, Duke and Earl of Warwick (1450); with his father, became a supporter of Richard Duke of York (1453); took up arms on Richard's behalf against Henry VI and the Duke of Somerset (1455); won distinction at the battle of St.
Meanwhile, Richard Plantagenet, having convinced the earl of Salisbury and Richard Neville, earl of Warwick, of his right to the throne, waits for the opportunity to seize it.
After getting the attention of the editor Richard Neville, he turned up penniless on the doorstep looking for a job.
Speaking on behalf of the judging panel, the state library's Mitchell Librarian, Richard Neville said: "All the Birds, Singing draws the reader into its rhythm and mystery, through wonderfully and beautifully crafted prose, whose deceptive sparseness combines powerfully with an ingenious structure to create a compelling narrative of alienation, decline and finally, perhaps, some form of redemption."
e trial was a sensation and made Dennis and his fellow defendants, Richard Neville and Jim Anderson, ille and Jim Anderson, famous.