Shakespeare – What he Should Have Written …

 

Shakespeare’s “Richard III” is well or mostly not so well remembered from school.

It is common knowledge that Shakespeare was very creative with forming historical detail anew to reach the greatest effect for his plays, so he cannot be seen as a reliable source for the times of King Richard III.

 

That even King Richard III himself has strong objections against Shakespeare’s version of the story, shows this funny little video by “Horrible Histories”:

 

But the endeavor to write, what Shakespeare should have written if he had been more true to real events, nobody undertook before

Robert Fripp

Robert Fripp (Photo: © Taffi Rosen, Toronto)

 

 

 

Robert Fripp

 

 

Robert Fripp and his work “Dark Sovereign” are presented in an article by Maria Grazia on her blog Fly High!.

 

 

 

 

Robert Fripp - Dark Sovereign

 

 

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