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The Queen's Man Essay & Project Ideas

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1. How might Justin support himself if he were not working for the Queen? Give several possibilities, and discuss the drawbacks of each. 2. King Richard's absence from his realm forms the background of many stories, including the adventures of Robin Hood, and Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe (1820). Read another book with this setting. Compare and contrast its picture of English society, the monarchy, and law enforcement with that in The Queen's Man.

3. Draw a map of Gracechurch Street, showing the smithy, Nell's inn, Gunter's cottage where Justin stays, and other features. How would you describe the neighborhood to a traveler? 4. Some of this era's methods of questioning and punishing criminals were very harsh. Others seem irrational to us. Yet suspects also had some rights and choices which no longer exist. (Hint: two of these are shown in the book's sequel Cruel as the Grave.) Write a report about the...

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