How Did Richard III Obtain The Crown

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Judging from the play, Richard III, I discovered how sick human beings can be. Richard III would act any part to get what he desired. For example, when Richard was crowned to be the next rightful owner of the thrown, therefore he acted the part of a rightful king. Before the crown was bestowed upon his head he was boiling with anger. Then once the press came to the setting he immediately calmed down and held a bible in his hands to portray himself as a religious man (which is the characteristic the community preferred). He did this to win the people of the community over. Additionally, when Richard III was asked to accept the crown he acted as if he wasn’t worthy enough of the crown. This is ironic because obtaining the crown was Richard III’s

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