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The Daughter of Time - Study Guide Chapter Eleven Summary & Analysis

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Grant's cousin Laura writes to him of two Scottish women considered martyrs drowned for their faith, neither of which was really true, but belief in their martyrdom remains. She notes that when one disrupts a mythical tale with truth, the believer is annoyed by the truth-teller.

In his writing, Thomas More (through Morton) substitutes Edward's earlier wife with Elizabeth Lucy, who accurately denies she was ever married to Edward. Eleanor Butler's name is not mentioned, even though she is the early wife. Morton is the writer for Henry VII, who destroyed the Titulus Regius without it being read. Therefore, Grant realizes there was someone who wanted to refute Richard's claim that the children were illegitimate and it does not make sense that it would have been Henry VII.

The hospital porter's strong opinion of Richard III is that he was the first triple-murderer and that...

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