Because of King Henry’s obsession with having a son, he was furious when Anne gave birth to a girl and accused her of adultery and incest. Despite this false accusation, King Henry had his wife executed when Elizabeth was only two years old. After her parents’ marriage was invalidated, Elizabeth was deemed illegitimate and was no longer first in line to the throne of England. Her title changed from Princess Elizabeth to Lady Elizabeth.
Joan of Arc has achieved many accomplishments throughout her life like becoming the heroin for the Hundred Years War for the French with the help of God and her visions. She was told by a couple of Saints that she needed to help with the duty to get rid of France from the English. Although Joan was young, she was determined to achieve the callings that were given to her and abide by her God. She provided stability and support to the troops of the army which shaped them into becoming better soldiers. To this day, Joan of Arc is viewed as one of history's most noteworthy holy people and an image of French solidarity and patriotism.
Joanne has a huge impact on the French people after her dead. Since napoleon, Joan of arc is often referred to a political symbol in France. Winston Churchill also had high a high evaluation : “Joan is far beyond the ordinary people, no one can match with her in one thousand. She perfectly reflected the human nature of good and brave.Invincible courage, infinite rich feelings, the pure virtue, the wisdom of the upright it all out on her body.” According to the evaluation, Joanne was seen to the one of the greatest person in the history. Though she was born in a small village and even could not read, she still be the The savior of France several years later.
The story of Saint Joan of Arc begins and ends solely with the bravery and faith of a young French woman. Joan was not only an excellent example of a child of God fighting for her faith, she was a female soldier fighting for France amongst the ranks of men. Although she was doubted, scorned, and accused of witchcraft by many men, she proved that she could achieve anything with trust in God. I chose Joan of Arc as my saint because her courage and perseverance has set an applicable example for myself proving that anyone can accomplish their goals with the help of God. Joan of Arc was born on January 6th of the year 1412 in Domremy, part of the Province of Lorraine.
Using the United State’s very own Constitution and Declaration as ammunition, Anthony wrote countless speeches and called for the right to vote in a country that boasted equality and freedom for all, yet women were not included. Her outspokenness began an unstoppable and persistent women’s suffrage movement that inspired hundreds of rebellious women to keep fighting, even after Anthony’s death in 1906, which was fourteen years before the vote was gained. Susan B. Anthony’s speech,"Women 's Right to Vote," given at multiple locations in New York in 1873 for the purpose of women 's suffrage can be understood through the cultural lens of gender. How can the speech, "Women 's Right to Vote," by Susan B. Anthony given in New York in 1873 for the purpose of women 's suffrage be understood through the cultural lens of gender? In
The ultimate French success rests heavily on the actions of an obscure French peasant girl, Joan of Arc, who vision and military leadership revived French fortunes and led to victory. Joan of Arc started to hear voices that told her to that the dauphin of France- Charles VII, who was uncrowned king because of the English corruption- had to be crowned and the English expelled from France. She led French attacks and the English retreated. In today’s time, Joan continues to be a symbol of deep religious piety to some of the constative nationalism to others, and of gender-bending cross-dressing to others.
I beg you, woman, prevail upon your husband to confess. Let him give his lie. Quail not before God’s judgement in this, for it may well be God damns a liar less than he that throws his life away for pride. Will you plead with him? I cannot think he will listen to another.” Reverend Hale pleads with Goody Proctor “ Let him give his lie.” Hale no longer believes in the witch trials.
She is lying to save herself and she is expecting others to do the same and they will. In middle of the play when John Proctor just tells Mr. Hale that Abigail told him she is lying the whole time, “Abigail Williams told you it had naught to do with witchcraft” (Miller 200). Clear proof of Abigail lying. And in end of the play when John Proctor is talking to Elizabeth and he is considering to lie to save his life, “I have been thinking I would confess to them Elizabeth. What say you?
When Henry VIII received a daughter rather than a son, he believed he was being punished for marrying and sleeping with Catherine, his brother’s wife, and he sought an annulment. After Catherine’s nephew, Charles V, held the pope hostage to prevent the annulment, Thomas Cranmer and Thomas Cromwell, two Protestants, decided to help Henry VIII to get him away from the church. After getting him an annulment, Henry made himself the head of the new church due to the Act of Supremacy. This lead to the Dissolution, which took the wealth and land from the church and gave it back to Henry. After he wrote a new Bible, had a son with his third wife, and aided the Protestant Reformation, he died.
There's no coming back or questions asked because they won't tell you. Everyone always thought the witches were weird because they were woman's that look like men. But it was Macbeth that choice to go down that pathway. The prophecies was never true in the first place. The witches just wanted the king to be dead without there hands getting