"The Daughter of Time"
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This six-page undergraduate paper examines The Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey, and assesses its position in the historiography of Richard III. The author compares Tey's book with Shakespeare's Richard III, Weir's The Princes in the Tower, and Kendall's Richard the Third, and analyzes the respective influences, prejudices, and accuracy of each of these works. The paper concludes that historians and biographers are often influenced by their own prejudices and preconceptions, and tend to use sources which support these prejudices and reject sources which oppose them.
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