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Book review: Lord Geoffrey's Fancy, by Alfred Duggan

Sir William Briwerr is writing about his youthful adventures for his grandchildren to read. He was born in 1233, the third son of a knight who held land on the Welsh March. The family he belonged to had come over with William the Conqueror and had once been great, but now it had fragmented owing to the lack of male heirs and William's father held only enough land for one son. So William, once knighted, sets forth to make his fortune. [More]

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