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Queen to Richard II.

From The heroines of Shakespeare, by Charles Heath, Boston, 1850.

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Queen to Richard II.

From The heroines of Shakespeare, by Charles Heath, Boston, 1850.

(Source: archive.org)


Thursday, February 7, 2013
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    Again, she is considered a “heroine”? This boggles my mind! Princess Isabella of Valois, daughter of King Charles IV...
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    Queen to Richard II. From The heroines of Shakespeare, by Charles Heath, Boston, 1850. (Source: archive.org)
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