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"Towards the end of Anna at War, Anna has a very dramatic encounter with Winston Churchill. If you had the chance to meet any famous historical figure, who would you choose and why?"
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Closing date 7th July
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I first read Josephine Tey as a crime writer and came to adore her writing, but I read the Daughter of Time and the whole idea got stuck in my mind, being autistic I know I get fiction and fact mixed up and this was when I realised a book read as fact but was fiction. Due to this, I read more about the history and when I found my class doing Richard the third for English Lit at the end of the 80's and did more history research then, much to my English teacher's annoyance. If I could meet someone historical it would be Richard to ask about the princes, I did like and agree to much of Tey's book but not all and I would love to know did they survive Richard or not?
William Shakespeare. I'd want to check that he really was the person writing those plays and gently enquire about the Dark Lady.
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