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A TIMES AND SUNDAY TIMES BEST BOOK OF 2021

The Red Prince announces Helen Carr as one of the most exciting new voices in narrative history.’ Dan Jones

Son of Edward III, brother to the Black Prince, father to Henry IV and the sire of all the Tudors. Always close to the English throne, John of Gaunt left a complex legacy. Too rich, too powerful, too haughty… did he have his eye on his nephew’s throne? Why was he such a focus of hate in the Peasants’ Revolt? In examining the life of a pivotal medieval figure, Helen Carr paints a revealing portrait of a man who held the levers of power on the English and European stage, passionately upheld chivalric values, pressed for the Bible to be translated into English, patronised the arts, ran huge risks to pursue the woman he loved… and, according to Shakespeare, gave the most beautiful of all speeches on England.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2021
15 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Oneworld Publications
SELLER
Simon and Schuster Australia Pty Ltd.
SIZE
16.4
MB

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