Lady Jane Grey Essay | Lady Jane Grey

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Lady Jane Grey

Summary: This essay discusses the life of Lady Jane Grey.
Lady Jane Grey never wanted to be queen, never wanted to make the influential decisions. She was simply drug into a power play between those who would thrive on the very sort of lifestyle that she would detest. In April of 1552 King Edward, who was Grey's cousin, became sick with the measles and by the following spring was an extremely unpleasant sight, coughing up blood and what not. He would surely pass on before producing an heir to the thrown.

There was a man named John Dudley, who was quite an ambitious man and realized that if Mary, the former Kings sister, were to take the crown, Dudley would undoubtedly lose his high position in the circle of things. Dudley plotted with Jane Grey's parents, who were perhaps as consciousless as he, to solve this little problem of there's. Dudley began by convincing the Grey elders that...

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