Friar lawrence gives Juliet a plan so that she will not have to marry Paris, who Capulet (Juliet's Father ) wants her to marry. Friar tells Juliet to drink a vial of liquid that will put her in a dead trans for 24 hours, it will make her appear dead so that she will not have to marry Paris. Capulet decides to move the wedding up a day. Being Wednesday, Disarranging Juliet's plan. Juliet is now forced to drink the vial a day early.
St. Joan of Arc was then escorted to Chinon as a male soldier for safety. She asked Charles VII to travel to Orléans with the army and he later accepted. The army then won the battle at Orléans and went into many more battles, and they also made a truce with the English. Soon after the truce with England Joan was captured by Burgundian troops, and was sentenced to die in 1431. She had been tied to a pillar and was burned.
A few years later, war reaches Kabul and many people start to leave Kabul as the condition worsens. So does Tariq’s family. As they bid their final good byes, they make love for the first time. On the other hand, Fariba sticks to her decision of not leaving the land which has been drenched by the blood of her beloved sons. Anyhow, a few days later, Laila 's parents decide to leave Afghanistan as Hakim convinces Fariba and tells her that they still had their youngest child Laila.
Creon, the king of Corinth wants Medea and her children to go to Exile. "I’m afraid of you. You could hurt my daughter, even kill her. Every indication points that way. You’re wise by nature, you know evil arts, and you’re upset because your husband’s gone away from your bedroom” (794).
In the play, Antigone, the daughter of Oedipus is condemned to death for her act of civil disobedience against the king of the land. By burying her brother, Antigone broke the law and was rightfully punished. King Kreon was correct in enforcing his ruling over the land. Although Antigone was honoring her brother in his death, Kreon determined that it was right to ignore Antigone’s pleas as he sought the betterment of his society and his country. The play initially begins with Antigone speaking with her sister, Ismene, about how she seeks assistance with a criminal act.
Around late March, Joan of Arc, her brother Pierre, her confessor Friar Jean Pasquerel, her bodyguard Jean d’Aulon, and about 200 troops finally took the battlefield again who were going to Lagny-sur-Marne where French forces were fighting against the English. Here, she was recognized with helping to save an infant. According to Joan, she and other virgins were praying on behalf of the dead baby which most likely caused it to revive long enough to baptize it and come back to life. Supposedly the baby yawned three times, got baptized, then died again. Despite all the promises of peace, the Burgundians were on the move to capture Joan because of all the trouble that she caused them and their English allies.
In May 1431, after a year in captivity and under threat of death, Joan relented and signed a confession denying that she had ever received divine guidance. Several days later, however, she defied orders by again donning men’s clothes, and authorities pronounced her death sentence. On the morning of May 30, at the age of 19, Joan was taken to the old market place of Rouen and burned at the stake. Her fame only increased after her death, however, and 20 years later a new trial ordered by Charles VII cleared her name. Long before Pope Benedict XV canonized her in 1920, Joan of Arc had attained mythic stature, inspiring numerous works of art and literature over the centuries and becoming the patron saint of France.
During this banquet, King Xerxes calls on Queen Vashti and she refuses to come. In a brash act of anger, and probably embarrassment, King Xerxes divorces Queen Vashti; he and his council decide he needs a new wife. Esther is an orphan who is being raised by her cousin; so when the king’s men came for young virgins to be in the king’s harem Esther joined. She eventually won the favor of the people in the harem and eventually with King Xerxes himself, becoming his new wife and Queen. Esther’s story, however, starts not when Esther is named the new Queen, but when Haman plots to destroy the
He goes on to find his son is married, his wife has died and that he has a daughter. In the specter bridegroom, a lady is about to be married but her husband to die to try to come to his wedding. Instead, his best friend comes with the news but is mistaken to be her groom. He goes on to pretend he is a ghost, he then realizes he has one the girl 's heart. One day the girl goes missing the next morning he finds count/not the groom
Trujillo specially wanted Minerva to be there. Her parents and sisters were concerned, Trujillo tried to make a move on Minerva and she slapped him. Minerva’s family decided to leave early even though they weren’t allowed. The next day Trujillo’s crew shown up at the Mirabal families house and took the father to prison and Minerva for questioning. She was questioned about Leo’s letters and the father was in prison for 3 weeks due to leaving the party early.