The Typical Medieval Hero
This was the threefold task of the House of Lancaster: to recover prestige abroad, to restore peace at home, to re-establish order in the Church. For Henry of Bolingbroke the crown was to prove a thankless burden; but his labors were not in vain, and his son succeeded to the throne under happier auspices. Henry of Monmouth, deriving his inspiration from the past, was the champion of unity against the forces of disintegration. His aims were to govern England on the principles of the old constitutional monarchy as the chosen representative of his people’s will; to maintain his country’s place as a part in the whole society of the Western world; and for himself, as became a Christian King, to be the head and leader of a united Christendom…
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by on October 23, 2016
- Perennial Press, December 2015
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