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February 6 2013
University of Leicester academic gleans clues as to how Richard III may have sounded from historical letters.
In a University of Leicester exclusive podcast interview, Dr Philip Shaw from the School of English discusses how Richard III may have sounded in his own lifetime.
With the use of two letters with notes from Richard III himself, Dr Shaw delves deeper into what the man was really like. Both letters provide a sneak peek into the world of Richard IIIís language, spelling and grammar.
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