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Tess of the d’Urbervilles, by Thomas Hardy
Explanatory Note to the First Edition The main portion of the following story appeared—with slight modifications—in the Graphic newspaper; other chapters, more especially addressed to adult readers, in the Fortnightly Review and the National Observer, as episodic sketches.My thanks are tendered to the editors and proprietors of those periodicals for enabling me now to piece the trunk and ...
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Jacobean Audience. It was a tumultuous time when Shakespeare penned ‘Measure for Measure’ in 1604. A year earlier came the end of the 45 year long Elizabethan era and began the Jacobean era under the rule of King James. Since the late Queen Elizabeth had no direct heirs, King James of Scotland (a relative) took to the throne.
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Aerith and Bob: It was a common convention in Elizabethan Jacobean theater to give comical characters, especially working class ones, common English names regardless of where the play was set. Shakespeare often does this, but he also peppers his plays with non comical characters whose names are incongruous with the plays' settings.
In early 1531, Richard Roose (also Richard Rouse, Richard Cooke) was accused of poisoning members of the household of John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester for which he was subsequently boiled alive.Although nothing is known of Roose or his life outside of the case, he is believed to have been Fisher's household cook—or, less likely, a friend of the cook—at Fisher's residence in Lambeth.
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