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In this book, King John is seen as an original play of considerable stature, expressing important historical and political ideas, explored through private conscience.
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The play's political importance, rich and varied language and skillful design are analyzed through the examination of several disputed emendations to the text in this exhaustive stage history.
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Shakespeare's King John is a curious play in that it has no obvious villain or hero, though the King himself shares some of the qualities of both. From the point of view of a modern reader, brought up to regard the wresting of Magna Carta from King John as the most important event in his reign, Shakespeare's complete omission of any mention of this aspect of King John's struggle with the barons will also seem odd.
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