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Date: 22 August 2012
Henry [Henry II, King of England, 1133-1189] can’t see any point of view but his own. He keeps his adult sons dependant on him They rebel time and time again, strengthening his distrust of them, but it is their mother who bears most of the punishment Henry doles out. Eleanor is not a lady to submit quietly, after all she is the Duchess of Aquitaine. In this novel of the Angevin family we meet the lesser known brothers, Hal and Geoffrey. cao