By Emma Clements, Author unknownA long time ago, a young man from an English town called Shropshire would have called up his friend in Dublin and said, “I have an idea for a novel, a tale of love and revenge.”
He’d then ask what it was.
“I don’t know, it’s a story of a shipwreck and the crew,” the young man would reply.
“But it has to be about a love story,” he would say.
“And it has got to be a book that has been published.”
A book of love stories?
And why did they call it The Droyd World?
“It is a literary masterpiece,” the friend would reply with a grin.
“There are no spoilers.”
“Of course not.
But the idea of a love-and-venge story and a love novel has been around for quite a while.”
And the book was The Darryl’s World, a novel about love and vengeance written by William Shakespeare in 1588.
It has sold millions of copies and inspired a new generation of young writers, including Fiona Staples, who became the first woman to write a major novel when she wrote The Dauntless in 2002.
But for all the attention and praise, the book is also a mystery.
The novel, the story of the voyages of two women across the Atlantic, began as a simple story of love between two men, and was never a love mystery.
And the fact that this novel was never published, and the fact it was only published by a small company, means it has never been properly researched.
So how did this love story get such a reputation?
And how did it come to be known as The Downton Abbey?
As we embark on our journey into the mystery of The Dany, it is important to note that we are not only looking at the rise of romance in literature.
We are also looking at how we, as a society, have come to value romance, as much as it has ever been valued.
“In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, there was a great interest in romance and romance was seen as something that was exciting and something people wanted to read about,” Professor Robert Maclean, from the University of Auckland, told us.
“But it wasn’t really seen as a romantic genre.”
Maclean told us the fascination for romance was sparked by a series of novels written by Robert Louis Stevenson, who had discovered his father, a wealthy London printer, was romantically involved with his mother.
Maclean explained that Stevenson was a brilliant and imaginative writer who had invented a whole new language of romance, but that it wasn`t a very sexy genre.
“He was the first to write something like a love poem, which was a very sexualised genre,” Maclean said.
“And he did it for his own amusement and he wanted people to read it and feel good about it.”
So that made him very successful, but it wasn”t a sexualised, gothic romance, it was a genre of love.
“It wasn`ll be the first time I will ever read a love letter, but if it has inspired you, here it is, in the original language, published in 1788:And that is how the love story of William Shakespeare was born.
It wasn’t a love of the sweetest sort, of course, as the story is set in Ireland, but the love of revenge and the longing for vengeance, the feeling of the desire to have revenge against a lover that is both an internal and an external force, is a theme that is well-known in English literature.”
So they had two children. “
The duke was the husband of a beautiful woman and the woman was his sister, and they had been married for seven years.
So they had two children.
And they were living a happy life, enjoying their children, enjoying the pleasures of their own lives.”
The son, Henry, grew up with a love for the duchess and was also very proud of her, even though she had not been a virgin.
So when he was fourteen, he asked his father if he could marry his sister.
“My father said no, you can’t marry her,” Henry told him.
“That’s not her.”
So Henry married his sister and married her, and as a result of this marriage, he became the Duke of Salbury.
“The Duke of Sable is one of the most powerful men in the world,” Professor Maclean explained.
“He’s very much connected with the church and he was also the most important person in the city, so he had a lot of power.
And his brother Henry was the head of the town council and so it was very important to have a powerful man in the position of head of a