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"Between the late 1560's and ____ when the playhouses were shut down by the civil war, well over 50 million visits were paid to the London theater"
Caesar’s speech to 150 warriors assembled at celebration: assertion of honor as “first principle” surpassing concerns for one’s person or family, as expressed by the slave Tuscan: “the more danger, the more glory” (2169): Caesar describes plan to flee the plantation with slaves, start a colony by the shore that would be defended with “valor,”
Trefry persuades Caesar and Tuscan to allow themselves to be taken back to Parham despite Byam’s plesges of treating them with respect due to their noble cause brought on by youth and “noble rashness”: Caesar professes that there is “no faith in the white men, or the gods they adored” (2172) and Christians are never to be trusted but “overcome” by Trefry’s “wit” and “reasons,” he accompanies Byam but the pair are tied to the whipping posts among the slaves and brutally punished with whips that cut to the bone and then had pepper rubbed into the open wounds.
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