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

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Chapter Fifteen Summary

Stillington, whose news generates the creation of the Titulus Regius, is charged by Henry but never released and never executed as many of those loyal to Richard were.

On the other hand, Tyrell is granted an unprecedented two pardons, one in June of 1486 and again in July of 1486, which would absolve him of any treasonous act whatsoever. Shortly afterward, the older Elizabeth Woodville, the mother of Henry's wife Elizabeth and the two young princes, is committed to a convent for life on various undefined charges of being "nice" to Richard. Initially, Henry grants her land and a pension and allows her and her daughters to enjoy life at court, but now, suddenly, she is stripped of all her holdings and ordered to a nunnery, just after her grandson, Henry's heir, is born to her daughter. Alan discusses how historians can think from A to B...

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