Thursday, November 5

The story of Black Widow part 1


The story of a black widow is interesting and tragic. She was daughter a clergyman. She was born in France 16 years ago. Her father took his entire family and escaped from France because he and his family were hugenots and as this religion was banned by French king at time. So thousend of hugenots escaped from France. They went all over the world. As did the family of this story's heroine, Marianne De Delacour . Her father Henrie was prominent hugenot clergyman but his religion was the reason why the they had to leave in hurry. So hurry that they left everything behind. This was terrible because they had to sell everything when they fled from the revenge of French bishop De Lully. De Lully hated Mariann's father and for good reason. Mariann's mother Yvette was a village beauty, when she was young with bright red hair like Marianne today is. She had many suitors including young priest De Lully and young Henry De Delacour. Anyway things went as they went and Yvette married Henry , because De Lully insulted and tired to rape Yvette on hot summer night when he saw Yvette swimming in river nude. He stole her clothes and tired to force her to sleep with him. But last moment game young clergyman and saved her from shame. After that and several punches to the De Lully s nose , he got Marianne s clothes , she dressed and they rode away with Henri s carriage. They then became close friends and when Henry graduated university then they got married. Despite that they were from different classes ( Marianne s father was ex soldier and village blacksmith and Henri was the third son of lower class aristocrat) their families accepted marriage.The reason may be this that Martin De Delacour and Pierre la Pierre were in same regiment and in battle Pierre saved Martins life, who was officer at that time and the entrie De Delacour family was very thankful to Pierre. Anyway young couple were very happily married their first 5 years when suddenly thunderclouds game over their happiness...

2 comments:

  1. Exciting Cape et Epee in the same vein as 'Capitaine Fracasse' and 'Le Bossu'! Waiting for the next installment!

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