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

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

Marta returns to Grant's bedside and he asks her if her brother-in-law murdered her two sons, whether she would accept a pension from him. With the murder of her two sons, Elizabeth comes out of sanctuary and actually befriends Richard; there is no indication she is unstable, after having been queen for twenty years. Her daughters dance at the palace and she writes her eldest son to come and make amends with Richard. Alan's conclusion is that the boys were not dead at that time, or when Henry took over the tower when he arrived.

Alan receives a telegram from Carradine telling him that the Latin chronicle written by a monk at Croyland Abbey notes there was a rumor about the boys being dead, and is written before Richard's death. He wonders if only the British can commit suicide in their river, since he feels...

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