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Marie Barnfield, “Diriment Impediments, Dispensations and Divorce: Richard III and Matrimony”, The Ricardian, 17, (2007).
---,“His Wife -- Lady Anne Neville”, Richard III Society.
Peter D. Clarke, Richard and Anne's Dispensation, via Richard III Society (American Branch).
R.A. Griffiths, “Edward [Edward of Westminster], prince of Wales (1453-1471)”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, (2004).
Michael Hicks, Anne Neville: Queen to Richard III, Tempus, (2006). [I have chosen to include this work in my Further Reading list because there are almost no full-length biographies of Anne Neville in existence and I did read it while writing this episode. However, I must caution any readers who choose to look in to this book as a result of it being listed here: while I respect Hicks as a scholar, he makes great leaps to judgment of character and motivation throughout and uses language with which I do not agree. I am not suggesting one needs to avoid it, as the background research is certainly solid, but I am saying to read it with a critical eye and not use it as your only source on Anne Neville's life.]
Peter Hammond, “His Son -- Edward, Prince of Wales”, Richard III Society.
Rosemary Horrox, “Richard III (1452-1485), king of England and lord of Ireland”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, (2004).
Paul Murray Kendall, Richard the Third, W.W. Norton & Co., (2002).
A.J. Pollard, “Edward [Edward of Middleham], prince of Wales (1474x6–1484)”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, (2004).
Charles Ross, Edward IV, Yale University Press, (1997).
Arms of Anne Neville, English, c 1483-1485 (Royal 18 A XII f. 49) via British Library.
The Brothers York, Part I
Music: "Evening Melodrama" by Kevin Macleod (www.incompetech.com)
7/22/2022 04:47:20 pm
Well done! Finally, a clear-headed voice directly laying out a cohesive route to help keep the sinuous weaving of the characters involved in The Wars of the Roses at their exact point on the graph. Hearing the tale from Anne's perspective provided just the right amount of distance from the swirl of battles to give me fresh insight. 🙏
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