The Golden Yoke from the book jacket Here is a deeply moving and passionate love story set against the background of the Wars of the Roses that bloody contest between the Houses of York and Lancaster for the throne o

  • Title: The Golden Yoke
  • Author: Olive Eckerson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Hardcover
  • from the book jacket Here is a deeply moving and passionate love story set against the background of the Wars of the Roses that bloody contest between the Houses of York and Lancaster for the throne of England Writing with compassion and understanding, Olive Eckerson gives a brillant picture of the star crossed romance of Richard III and Lady Anne Neville, who like Sh from the book jacket Here is a deeply moving and passionate love story set against the background of the Wars of the Roses that bloody contest between the Houses of York and Lancaster for the throne of England Writing with compassion and understanding, Olive Eckerson gives a brillant picture of the star crossed romance of Richard III and Lady Anne Neville, who like Shakespeare s Veronese lovers were born into opposing houses.

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    1. The historical woobie that is Richard III gets his customary treatment by a dewy-eyed novelist, although Eckerson doesn't go overboard with the obnoxious too-good-to-be-true paragon of medieval enlightenment or show her pervy fangirl petticoat too much by endowing Dicky with hot-blooded seXXorsitude. Since it was published in 1961, it's in that transitional period when HF got more explicit and there is some frank talk and description in an implied sense, but we don't see Richard's bare ass bounc [...]


    2. 3.5 stars rounded up for characterisation.If seen objectively, this novel has certain flaws that discouraged a higher rating on my part, mainly noticeable in the second half when Richard becomes king. I'm starting to believe most Wars of the Roses authors have a field day with him as Ned's tiny shadow, er, I mean as Duke of Gloucester, enjoy it immensely, and then start to experience a sort of blockage or difficulty with him on the throne; or how else could it be explained why the majority of th [...]


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