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

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Alan Grant is now sitting up in bed and Carradine is obviously pleased. They discuss young Queen Elizabeth's seventeen years married to Henry VII, who is not a good husband. Going through the list of heirs, Carradine discovers the fates of each of them, except for the boy princes. Many of the children are eventually executed by Henry VIII. John, the illegitimate child of Richard, is executed on suspicion of having received an invitation to Ireland. While John is the illegitimate only son of a king, Henry was only a great-grandson of an illegitimate son of a younger son of a king. This makes John's claim to the throne stronger than Henry's.

Carradine learns that Sir James Tyrrel of Gipping is a knight under Edward IV. It is not clear whether he fights in the battle of Bosworth, as many people come too late, but...

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