Richard III by William Shakespeare is one of his finest historical plays. The play portrays King Richard’s rise into power as a king through his wickedness and tracks his reign over England for a short span of time.
On one hand where Shakespeare depicts the character of the protagonist as an anti-hero, he also shows him, on the other hand, in a positive light as Richard talks to the audience directly in the form of soliloquy at various instances. This play wonderfully represents the political scenario where morality and power often do not go hand in hand...
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