He worked on many different jobs. In fact, Hugh Hendon has Miles arrested as an impostor, and the prince is taken to jail along with him. The first ceremony that Tom must undergo is dinner. The war about which religion would guide England is not really touched upon in The Prince and the Pauper, though there is a heart-wrenching scene where two Baptist women are burned at the stake.
Believing Edward to be the king, as he has claimed, the hermit plans to murder him. To appease the crowd, Miles and the prince must go before the magistrate. John where the seal is to be found, thus establishing his true right to the throne of England. The next two days are similar to the first, and Tom becomes more accustomed to what he must do.
It is an additional comment of the story teller in which we find out the faith of the characters after the novel is done. Miles is rewarded with the rank of Earl and the family right to sit in the presence of the King. He often questioned whether he was a fraud.
To test him, he pulls up a chair and sits in his presence; Edward affirms Miles's right to do so, and he also affirms that he has made Hendon a knight and that, furthermore, Hendon is now a peer of England, Earl of Kent. When his mother bows at his feet during the coronation he denies of her but feel guilty instantly and because of that the honors of being a king lost their meaning.
When his mother bows at his feet during the coronation he denies of her but feel guilty instantly and because of that the honors of being a king lost their meaning. Supposedly, part of what compelled him to write it was his new marriage.
The Tudors were a brief but exciting period in English history, even without the nudity so prevalent in the popular television series that recently told their story. As the guards move to seize the troublemaker, Tom, recognizing Edward, orders them to halt. The woman feeds him and sets him to doing a variety of household tasks.
Imperiously and angrily proclaiming that he is the Prince of Wales, Edward is mocked by the crowd around the royal gate, beaten, and has several dogs set upon him; all the while asserting that he is the son of the king.
He is brought to the filthy room where the Cantys live and is put on display to show the neighborhood his mad delusion that he is the Prince of Wales; later, he is beaten because he brought no money home.
Chased back into London, Edward wanders around, not knowing where to go until he is finally collared by John Canty, Tom's father, and dragged off to Offal Court.
Unfortunately, John manages to find them and take Edward outside London into the barns where wanderers gathered. Once again, Hugo tries to make the Prince Participate in begging and thieving; the prince however, steadfastly refuses to have anything to do with such activities.
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