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Richard Duke of Gloucester is a very intelligent man He knows how to put people in positions where only he well benefit Richard goes around manipulating all those who will be manipulated and if they are not willing they are disposed of However it is easier to do this to people who are already weak in mind and heart and need him as a dependent Clear cases of this can be seen with his seduction of Lady Anne and with the persuasion of the citizens At first Lady Anne despises Richard as she should but Richard masterfully chips away at her until he gets what he wants Lets look at what she knows Lady Anne is well aware of Richards involvement in the murder of both her husband and father in law Richard admits to the murders to Anne in telling that her beauty was the cause of the effectTo undertake the death of all the world so I might livein your sweet bosom Iii 130-133 Throughout this encounter with Richard Anne could have at anytime walked away from Richard but it seems as though his words intrigued and flattered her more than they offend her Richard bombards Lady Anne with compliments calling her the divine perfection of a woman79 and telling her that his eyes could not endure her beauty137 Richard to show his devotion to her bears his chest to Anne and tells her to kill him if she turns down his offer because life would be to painful without her She starts for him with the sword but drops it stating that she will not be his executioner 203 Previous to this Richard had told her that twas thy heavenly face that set me on to kill her husband200 Again he tells this to Anne as a compliment But is it really Richard seems to be telling Anne that it is just as much her fault as his for the death of
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