By Emma Whipday
Judith Shakespeare has one ambition: to be a playwright. while her debt-ridden father forces her into an engagement, she runs away with assistance from speeding actor Ned Alleyn, hoping to hitch her brother in London. but if Judith arrives within the plague-stricken capital, she reveals her brother long past, Ned engaged to a different, and her play refused. Judith and the avid gamers confront poverty in the middle of financial melancholy, in a society the place women's freedoms are curtailed, lower than a central authority confronting non secular extremism in a weather of worry. Judith needs to make a choice from succumbing to social pressures, and following her dream, it doesn't matter what the cost.
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