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Roland Cheek says:An essay describing facts or factions of historical fiction. Consider Patrick Henry's "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" speech, one of the most famous orations in American history. Given to Virginia's House of Burgesses on March 23, 1775, it was not even written down. Biographer, William Wirt some forty years later pulled the speech together from interviews of survivors and through snippets from notes and letters referencing the long-ago event. How much of the greatest speech in America's history can be documented to the satisfaction of today's crop of academic historians?Chicken & Eggheads is replete with references of this type. I'd be interested in your take on Chickens & Eggheads It's FREE from Amazon Kindle Store March 20 - 24 which, coincidentally, is exactly the same month and day, 238 years after the greatest oration in American history. Take advantage and download your copy. Then let me know your take on Historical Fact or Fiction.