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📒Tragedy At Law ✍ Cyril Hare
✏Tragedy at Law Book Summary : Tragedy at Law follows a rather self-important High Court judge, Mr Justice Barber, as he moves from town to town presiding over cases in the Southern England circuit. When an anonymous letter arrives for Barber, warning of imminent revenge, he dismisses it as the work of a harmless lunatic. But then a second letter appears, followed by a poisoned box of the judge's favourite chocolates, and he begins to fear for his life. Enter barrister and amateur detective Francis Pettigrew, a man who was once in love with Barber's wife and has never quite succeeded in his profession - can he find out who is threatening Barber before it is too late?
📒Shakespeare Revenge Tragedy And Early Modern Law ✍ Derek Dunne
✏Shakespeare Revenge Tragedy and Early Modern Law Book Summary : This book, the first to trace revenge tragedy's evolving dialogue with early modern law, draws on changing laws of evidence, food riots, piracy, and debates over royal prerogative. By taking the genre's legal potential seriously, it opens up the radical critique embedded in the revenge tragedies of Kyd, Shakespeare, Marston, Chettle and Middleton.
📒Marion Marlowe S Noble Work The Tragedy At The Hospital ✍ Grace Shirley
✏MARION MARLOWE S NOBLE WORK The Tragedy at the Hospital Book Summary : It is 1900 and Marion Marlowe is now a nurse at the Charity Hospital. She had passed through many trials since she came to the city, acting the part of heroine on several occasions, yet each time withdrawing herself and her noble deeds as rapidly as possible into the background so as not to attract too much attention. Her sister, Dollie, has also moved into the city where she has found work as a secretary with a company of lawyers. An old friend Bert decides to visit Dollie and calls upon her at the office, where social calls are frowned upon. She finds Bert has been rescued from poverty and has been adopted by a wealthy gentleman, who offers him the world. He is in town to find Marion and intends proposing to her – now that he is being educated and will soon be wealthier than he could imagine. However, Bert is disappointed to find Marion is already spoken for. Dollie has not quite realised that her employer, Mr Atherton, is sweet on her and could be blindly walking into what could become a messy social situation. Marion finds Dollie at lunch with her employer, whose intentions she challenges. Only then does Dollie realise what is going on. Dressed down and found out, Mr Atherton retreats. An old gentleman overhears the exchange and congratulates them on their win. But who is George Colebrook? What happened between him and Marion and what has he played in their past and what role will he play in their futures? 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charity. ============= KEYWORDS-TAGS: Marion Marlowe, Noble, Deeds, Works, Allyn, Archie, Ass, Atherton, Belle, Bert, Beauty, Body, Breasts, Brookes, cat, carriage, doctor, Dollie, employer, friend, girl, Greenaway, heart, Horseless Carriage, Charity Hospital, hospital, Island, Jackson, laughing, lawyer, lawyer, love, Manhattan, Marion, Marion’s, Marlowe, money, Motor Car, nurse, poor, prison, pussy, Ralph, Ray, Reginald, sister, sweetheart, wife, woman, young, Grace Shirley
📒Tragedy Under Grace ✍ Hans Urs von Balthasar
✏Tragedy Under Grace Book Summary : In Tragedy Under Grace, Hans Urs von Balthasar presents a magisterial portrait of one of the most fascinating figures of the European Catholic renaissance, the historian and man of letters, Reinhold Schneider, whose response to the spiritual collapse of the West led him to Christ and to an interpretation of history in the light of the cross. Balthasar's painstaking reconstruction of Schneider's spiritual and intellectual itinerary, which traces the author's discovery of the presence of grace in the tragic conflicts of history, will be valuable for those desiring to understand the historical experience of the West, the relationship between faith and culture, or the role of the Catholic layman in the world. Anyone looking for a profound - and costly - response to the cultural crisis of our own day will also find in this book a source of understanding and inspiration.
✏Poems chiefly dramatic and lyric Containing the Helots a tragedy the Temple of Vesta the Rivals the Royal Message Prize Poems etc Book Summary :
✏Coriolanus A tragedy As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden Book Summary :
✏Author : James Plumptre
✏Release Date : 1812
✏ISBN : NYPL:33433074908108
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The gamester by E Moore The tragedy of Jane Shore by N Rowe The London merchant by G Lillo Douglas by J Home The tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray by N Rowe Book Summary :
📒The Tragedy Of Religious Freedom ✍ Marc O. DeGirolami
✏The Tragedy of Religious Freedom Book Summary : Legal scholars expect to resolve religious dilemmas according to principles of equality, neutrality, or separation of church and state. But such abstractions fail to do justice to the clashing values in today’s pluralistic society. Marc DeGirolami explains why conflicts implicating religious liberty are so emotionally fraught and deeply contested.
📒Marlovian Tragedy ✍ Troni Y. Grande
✏Marlovian Tragedy Book Summary : This re-visioning of the Marlowe canon aims to explain the ambiguous effects that readers have long associated with Marlowe's signature. Marlovian tragedy has been inadequately theorized because Marlowe has too often been set under the giant shadow of Shakespeare. Grande, by contrast, takes Marlowe on his own terms and demonstrates how he achieves his notorious moral ambiguity through the rhetorical technique of dilation or amplification. All of Marlowe's plays end in the conventional tragic way, with death. But each play, as well as Hero and Leander, repeatedly evokes the reader's expectations of a tragic end only to defer them, dilating the moment of pleasure so that the protagonists can dally before the "law" of tragedy.
📒The Tragedy Of Mariam The Fair Queen Of Jewry ✍ Elizabeth Cary
✏The Tragedy of Mariam the Fair Queen of Jewry Book Summary : The Tragedy of Mariam (1613) is the first original play by a woman to be published in England, and its author is the first English woman writer to be memorialized in a biography, which is included with this edition of the play. Mariam is a distinctive example of Renaissance drama that serves the desire of today's readers and scholars to know not merely how women were represented in the early modern period but also how they themselves perceived their own condition. With this textually emended and fully annotated edition, the play will now be accessible to all readers. The accompanying biography of Cary further enriches our knowledge of both domestic and religious conflicts in the seventeenth century.