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  Bowing to a King:   How do subjects bow to the King? ·         A bow is a simple gesture of bending at the waist, perhaps while sticking the forward leg out. One does not want to hold their face away from the King, as this may be insulting or threatening. ·         Everyone, regardless of rank, should bow to the monarch whenever they pass by; this bow need not be full bent at the waist, just a small gesture will do. Bow also when beginning to speak or when leaving the presence of the...
Titles for Scenes of Pericles Act 1 Prologue: Gower tells the audience that Antiochus has an incestuous relationship with his daughter and that anyone who wants to marry the daughter must solve a riddle or be executed.   1: Through the riddle, Pericles discovers the incest between Antiochus and his daughter and Antiochus sends Thaliard to kill the fleeing Pericles    2. Pericles tells Helicanus that he is in danger from Antiochus for discovering the incest, Helicanus advises Pericles to leave Tyre for a while, and Pericles sails to Tarsus...
Title for Act 1 When Pericles, Prince of Tyre, travels to Antioch to solve a riddle that will allow him to marry the daughter of Antiochus, he discovers an incestuous relationship between the king of Antioch and his daughter. After Antiochus orders his death, Pericles flees to Tyre before sailing on to Tarsus, where he saves its famine-struck people. Title for Act 2 After sailing from Tarsus, Pericles lands in Pentapolis where he jousts in a tournament at the court of King Simonides and falls in love with Simonides’ daughter, Thaisa; Simonides gives his...