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  • Worthy effort

    I enjoyed this mostly because it appeared to look at facts and had little in the way of contemporaneous prejudices. The earlier writers and biographers works , as reported in this book, suffered from societal influences and presuppositions which skewed their academic ability to critically analyze Edward III as a king.

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  • Perfect?

    Mortimer makes a compelling case for resurrecting Edward III from the biased obscurity of Victorian and Edwardian history. We learn of his accomplishments in revolutionizing warfare, his use of titles and pageantry to weld the country together, the development of a nascent parliament, his championing of English arts, his devotion to his wife Phillipa who bore him twelve children and so much more that made him a successful warrior king. Who else had defeated France?Was he perfect? At some points during his reign he came close.

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