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The Daughter of Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Seven Summary

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Chapter Seven Summary

Alan Grant wakes himself with the disturbing thought that Thomas More could not possibly have been able to document Richard III's life and, reading the preface again, realizes More was only five years old when Richard took the throne. Although he acknowledges More's great mind, he is disgusted that the information is simply hearsay and not true evidence of anything, calling it a swindle.

Almost as an aside, Grant finds it interesting that the Midget would boast about his recovery and that Marta would boast of his mental recovery.

Each of Alan's friends and acquaintances has a different assessment of Richard III based on the picture of his face. Grant no longer likes Thomas More, whom he calls an old gossip. He wonders what made Richard change overnight when he had seemed devoted to his brother and was a Regent, or Protector of England, in...

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