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Daughter of Time Discussion Guide I Characters A Alan Grant -works as a police officer at Scotland Yard -in hospital because he fell through a trap door chasing a criminal bed-borne 12 -has a broken leg -very bored 11 received many books to read but has no interest in them because theyre all the same to him Authors today wrote so much to a pattern that their public expected it 14 -has a passion for faces 19 -could always tell a person by their face 27 -did not believe in a criminal face If there was only one kind of crime it might be possible but crimes being wide as human nature if a policeman started to put faces into categories he would be sunk28 -becomes interested in a picture of Richard III Of all the portraits Grant had seen this afternoon this was the most individual 29 -could not really describe the type of person the portrait was portraying 30 -at first he thinks of Richard as the villain he is portrayed in history books30 -when looking at the picture villainy did not come to his mind at first 33 -all he knows at first is that Richard III is the younger brother of Edward IV 33 -knew that he died in Bosworth and was the last Plantagenet 34 -Grant is only interested in dreary faces 42 B Nurse Ingham -The Midget 11 -from Lytham St Annes 12 -but she dealt with his six-feet-odd with an off-hand east that Grant found humiliating Weights meant nothing apparently to The Midget 12 -first impression of the portrait of Richard was that he had liver problems 31 -believes that Richard killed the two princes by smothering them with pillows 41 -she doesnt like the portrait of Richard 41 -tells Grant that Tyrell was the one that Richard hired to kill the boys and that he confessed later on to the murders and hanged
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