By John Guy
Sir Thomas More’s lifestyles is celebrated: his competition to Henry VIII’s marriage to Anne Boleyn, his arrest for treason, his execution and martyrdom. but Margaret has been principally airbrushed out of the tale within which she performed so vital a task. John man restores her to her rightful position during this attractive account in their relationship.
Always her father’s favourite child,Margaret was once such an complete student by means of age eighteen that her paintings earned compliment from Erasmus. She remained dedicated to her father after her marriage—and paid the associated fee in estrangement from her husband.When extra used to be thrown into the Tower of London,Margaret collaborated with him on his most famed letters from legal, smuggled them out at nice own danger, even rescued his head after his execution. John man returns to unique resources which have been neglected by way of generations of historians to create a dramatic new portrait of either Thomas extra and the daughter whose devotion secured his position in history.
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