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

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Chapter Sixteen Summary

Grant focuses a bit on the Queen Dowager, the silver-gilt beauty, Elizabeth Woodville. Her marriage to Edward and her kindness to her family builds an entirely new party, since she brings so many relatives along with her. As mother of the Queen of England and of the two young princes, she lives well under Richard, but finally suffers under Henry VII. Alan decides to outline the facts they have revealed over the past weeks, not only to help himself but to help Brent with his book.

He recaps the logic that reflects Henry's guilt over the supposed guilt of Richard III, not only by their individual deeds, but by their characters, Richard's being just and fair, and Henry's being ruthless and grasping. He notes Richard could have appointed his own illegitimate son as heir to the throne, but instead appoints his brother George's boy, since...

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