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Umar and Abu Bakr in Shi'a seerahs

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Reading Sunni seerahs, I get sort of the impression that there was this sort of trio of the Prophet*, Abu Bakr, and 'Umar , completely inseparable. My question is to what degree is this characterisation accepted or rejected by Shi'as? Are there any good criticisms of this portrayal from a Shi'a perspective?

Also, on a slightly tangential note, does anyone recommend any good Shi'a seerahs?

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If you're looking for earlier works of history, then there is tarikh al Ya'qubi. 

In more recent works, Sheikh Ja'far Subhani has a good book about the prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم))

Among English books I find 'Restatement of the history of islam and muslims' to be quite well compiled. 

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