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Her writing on Magna Carta has been described as "a new look". Her writing about the last portion of Edward II's reign was described as combining "a reappraisal of financial policy with an examination of the activities of the Despensers, neither of whom has yet found a biographer".
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- "Edward III's Removal of his Ministers and Judges, 1340–1". Historical Research. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 48 (118): 149–161. 1975. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2281.1975.tb00747.x. ISSN 1468-2281.
- The Tyranny and fall of Edward II 1321–1326. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1979. ISBN 9780521222013.
- Why Magna Carta? Angevin England revisited. Münster: Lit Verlag. 2001. ISBN 9783825856571.
- J. C. Holt (2003). "Why Magna Carta? Angevin England Revisited". Book Reviews. English Historical Review. 118 (478): 988–989. doi:10.1093/ehr/118.478.988.
- Haines, Roy Martin (1981). "Natalie Fryde, The Tyranny and Fall of Edward II, 1321–1326". Reviews. Speculum. 56 (01): 135–137. doi:10.2307/2847911.
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