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11Just minutes ago, she&rsquo;d been feeling so happy and secure&hellip;<br />
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13<b>As she sat with her husband and three children, making shadow puppets on the wall.</b><br />
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15But when Jenny got up to use the bathroom&hellip;<br />
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70<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">torians have overwhelmingly seen Andreas in a negative light. Scottish historian George Finlay wrote in 1877 of the fate of Andreas that it &quot;hardly merits the attention of history, were it not that mankind has a morbid curiosity concerning the fortunes of the most worthless princes&quot;. According to Jonathan Harris, who in 1995 offered a more redeeming view of Andreas, he is typically characterized as &quot;an immoral and extravagant playboy who squandered his generous papal pension on loose living and eventually died in poverty&quot;. Contrary to his typical portrayal, which he considered &quot;by no means entirely fair&quot;, Harris believed that it would be wrong to dismiss Andreas as a footnote in history. Andreas&#39;s reputation might have been harmed by the actions of his father Thomas, whose warring with his brother Demetrios (Andreas&#39;s uncle) allowed the Ottomans to conquer the Morea. The feud between his father and uncle
71  had nothing to do with Andreas, who was just seven years old at the time he and his family fled into exile. The financial situation of the Palaiologoi in the 1470s to 1490s must have been considered precarious for Andreas to sell his titular claims and for Manuel to travel Europe in hopes of employment and eventually reach the Ottomans in Constantinople. Only a single contemporary author and an author of the generation following the two brothers placed the blame for their financial hardships on Andreas. Writing in 1538, Theodore Spandounes claimed that Andreas&#39;s brother Manuel was better in every possible way and, writing in 1481, Gherardi da Volterra stated that Andreas&#39;s financial situation was due to his excessive indulging in &quot;lovemaking and pleasures&quot;. This negative assess</span></div>