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Douglas Starliper 41800 LT Kullman My Essay on Whether What Richard III did was Right or Wrong King Richard III in my opinion was a greedy yet determined man who would do whatever it took to achieve the position of king of England What he did to get to this position was wrong however how he went about achieving what he wanted shows that he had intelligence Having to kill a family member to get to where he wanted to be did not even stop him I believe that him doing this was very dishonorable Even the book Shakespeare and the Renaissance Code of Honor says dishonor is worse than death In this same book I found a piece of information saying If the renaissance aristocracy loved and pursued honor intensely and with its whole being It follows logically that dishonor was the one thing in life which could not be tolerated Another quote from the same book on honor says Since honor was so highly esteemed not only to ones own life but also the lives of those close and dear to oneself might be sacrificed in order to maintain ones reputation which is almost exactly what Richard did As stated above in my opinion I think that what Richard III did to achieve his position was wrong but he does have a massive amount of intelligence to be able to pull off his master plan His goal is to become the King of England and he would go to any means necessary to get this Although what he did proved to be morally in correct the also proved to be intelligent ideas For example he sees a path he can take that will lead him right to the thrown but his brother Clarence is next in line to inherit it What Richard does to prevent this from happening is he has his own brother murdered That in my views is
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