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

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Grant walks to the window and back again. Grant feels his experience of being confined in this room compares to someone who has stood on Mt. Everest or at the Pole. The Midget is not as enthused.

Sergeant Williams stops by; Grant is excited to be going home under the care of Mrs. Tinker, and eager to be his own man again. The Sergeant tells him that Chummy, the criminal in Essex they were pursuing, was treated softly as a child and should have been belted at age twelve.

Carradine returns, downtrodden. He has bad news, which is that everyone has known for hundreds of years about Richard not having been the murderer of the boys. When the Tudors were gone, there were vindications written of Richard in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Grant suggests Carradine can use his book to lead the crusade...

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