Stanley J. Weyman (August 7, 1855 – April 10, 1928) was an English novelist, who is well-known by his work “Under the Red Robe”. Sometimes he was referred to as a “Prince of Romance”. His works had a great influence on a lot of writers. Graham Green was a great admirer of Weyman, whom he mentions several times in his “Collected Essays”. “Under the Red Robe” is a historical novel written and published by Stanley J. Weyman in 1894. This novel describes the events of the “Day of the Dupes” and Cardinal Richelieu, who was the main historical figure of this incident. Let's read and find out the details of it!