She was born in 1542 and a week later her father died. When she was six years old she was shipped to France to marry the Dauphin, Francois Valois. Even though she did this in order to secure a Catholic alliance, she loved Francois, but he was very sickly and died. Mary was distraught after his death for they
Penelope loses Odysseus when he goes off to fight in the Trojan War. He promised her that he would come back, but after 20 years of him being gone, she began to have doubts. Penelope believed her husband would come back and held off the suitors. An example of Penelope staying loyal to Odysseus is when she tricked the suitors by telling them that she would choose one to marry once she finished sewing the shroud. She tricked them by taking it apart every night so she would never finish and would get some time for Odysseus to arrive.
Soon after that the king died and she became Queen of France while still at age fifteen. Later she divorced Louis because she did not love him and married Henry, Duke of Normandy, who soon became King Henry II of England, making her a queen again. After she helped her five sons rebel against their father because he tried to change their land holdings, he imprisoned her for 15
Before they left Hermia told her best-friend Helena, about the elopement who later on told Demetrius. “Her father has chosen Demetrius as her husband. But she refuses to marry him, the only other options I have for her is to become a nun or die,”
Laïsa does not tell Georges who his father is because she fears Alfred would murder their child to preserve his image. Georges marries a lovely young woman named, Zélie. Alfred decides to repeat what he achieved with Zélie as he did with Laïsa in the previous years, but Zélie fights him off. Alfred falls and strikes his head, causing blood to spur. By the Code Noir, Zélie had to admit to her consequences, death is her fate because she hit her master.
HOLIDAY ESSAY Was Mary I’s reign entirely bad? By Lily Ellis Mary I’s reign started in 1553 and ended when she died in 1558. She was born to King Henry VIII of England and his first of six wives, Catherine of Aragon, in 1516 in Greenwich. Soon after, Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon, claiming that their marriage was illegal, affecting Mary’s status severely. Her mother was a devout Catholic, so Mary also became one.
First, let’s talk about the supporting characters. One of the supporting characters in “The Devil and Tom Walker” is Tom’s wife. When she found out that her husband wasn’t going to accept a deal with the Devil, she grabbed all of the valuables and went to the Devil. The author wrote, “Being of the same fearless temper as her husband, she set off for the old Indian fort towards the close of a summer’s day.”. Why did she do that?
No a hero from the dead laughed beatrice as she removed her mask too. Her and me have been hiding. Well the end of this tale was as follows claudio married hero that for some strange reason still wanted the jerk bendick and beatrice married as well and never stoped baiting each other everyone revealed there part in the plot to get benedick and beatrice together and all ended good for lovers romances. As for evel mendacious do john he was banished from the country for no less than 20 years. We dont know if borachio ended up with poor margaret heros lady in waiting but for margarets sake we hope not.
The sale of poison for any cause during the Elizabethan era was illegal and punishable by death. During Romeo’s time in Mantua, he started to plot a way to get back to Verona and get Juliet back. Before he was sent off to Mantua they made a plan for Juliet to drink a potion made by Friar Lawrence that would make her seem dead. After her family thought that they had found Juliet dead in her room they would have no choice but to place her in the family tomb, where Romeo would come to get her to run off and live their life together. The plan would have worked out as planned if it was not for Juliet’s parents suddenly making the decision to marry her to Paris, and they would be married very soon.
Prince Malcolm, the Duncans surviving son took off to England where he successfully raised an army. Macduff joins him and they and the army go to Scotland to challenge Macbeth 's forces. All while this is happening Lady Macbeth starts sleepwalking and while she sleep walks she says things such as she believes she has blood on her hands. As soon as the army from England arrives in Scotland, Macbeth receives news that his wife killed herself, almost as though the witches had showed her a prophecy of her own and she couldn 't handle seeing the feature and what she would do and become so instead of going on with life and potentially killing someone and having blood on her hands, she killed herself. Macbeth is sick with grief over the loss of his wife but he continues to ready his army to defend his place as King in Scotland.
St. Bartholomew 's Day Massacre was a terrible occasion. King Charles IX was a weak boy who was controlled by his mother. His mother, Catherine de Medici, hated christians and wanted all of them to be excecuted. So, she had a plan to do so. She pledged her daughter to one of the Huguenots to make them be at peace.
Mary Queen of Scots was born into the throne and pronounced queen of Scotland at six days old when her father died. In her lifetime, she was the queen of two countries: Scotland and France. Mary spent most of her adult life imprisoned in Lochleven Castle and later escaped and fled to England to seek help from her cousin Elizabeth. When Mary went to receive help from her cousin it did not work in her favor. She had several husbands and secret lovers that caused problems with her ruling.
Also in her fourth year of captivity, Mary, She-nin-jee, Thomas, and three of Mary’s indian brothers left Wiishto for a town called Gen-ish-au where Mary had some relatives. During the journey, She-nin-jee split from the party and went a different route, planning to meet the others at Gen-ish-au. After the party completed the journey to Gen-ish-au, Mary’s mother and other members of her family greeted her as she entered the town. Soon after She-nin-jee left Mary, he had taken ill and died in the town of Wiishto, their old home town. When the news reached Mary, she was overwhelmed with grief and sorrow.
During Henry VIII reign needed an heir to rule England after his death. Henry VIII married the widow of his late brother, Katherine of Aragon and had hoped to have a son. Katherine gave birth to a daughter named Mary and Henry decided to divorce Katherine and marry again to gain a male an heir to the throne. The pope would not let Henry get an annulment to Catherine because he did not want to upset Catherine’s nephew the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V. In 1553, Henry secretly married Anne Boleyn and she became pregnant while still married to Catherine. The second wife of Henry, Anne Boleyn, gave birth to a daughter named Elizabeth.
At the age of 18, Marie entered into an arranged marriage with Claude Martin, a silk trader of Tours. Marie was against this marriage and would have rather entered into a convent. However, Marie was a dutiful woman and her obedience, to her husband or to God and the church later in life, defined her. Widowed at the age of 19, with one son, and lawsuits that took the silk shop and most of her inheritance, Marie was trapped. No longer could she enter into a convent, and she was forced to live with her father and later her sister and brother-in-law.