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William II of England, nicknamed 'Rufus the Red King' was killed by an arrow loosed by one of his own men. Demonstrating that the king's death is highly suspect, the author develops an interpretation of the king's death, as seen through the eyes of Anselm, the great philosopher and secret admirer of the Red King.