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HIS121B Last Duel essay ideas - disproves Eric Jager’s conclusion - judge how much of his conclusions are based on speculation and how much on evidence. - What factors or alternative readings of the sources might Jager be overlooking? - Does he take his sources at face value or question them? - Does he distort the meaning of his sources at any point? - To what degree is his version of events speculation? - 2 weaknesses Evidence: (page 196) Chronicles/tales claimed that news of the belated confession drove Marguerite into a convent, consumed by guilt and remorse for having accused the wrong man
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Unformatted text preview: Assumption: Marguerite kept possession of her worldly estates, for in later years she bequeathed them to her son Robert Conclusions: Thus the idea that she ended her life in guilt-stricken seclusion is unlikely Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions: Evidence: Assumption: Conclusions:...
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2011 for the course HIS 121 C taught by Professor Mckee during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.

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