1987
DOI: 10.2307/3679154
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Abstract: Martin I of Aragon, who was no friend to John of Gaunt, wrote respectfully on hearing news of his death. The remarks of foreign writers such as Froissart and Wyntoun echo similar reactions in French and Scottish princely circles. But English chroniclers tended to be perfunctory. Gower, for instance, despite his Lancastrian connection, was to say merely that death had resolved everything for the duke. Another contrast with such indifference is provided by the hostility which Gaunt often encountered in England i…

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