My Dear Charles - Emma Wedgwood Darwin

Silver Spring, Maryland

MONOLOGUE DESCRIPTION 

Time: Mid-1800’s England                                  

Situation: Emma Wedgwood Darwin, wife of Charles Darwin, encourages him to publish his theories on Natural Selection no matter what English Society says.

Subject Matter: Emma Wedgwood Darwin, Charles Darwin, History, Evolution, Natural Selection, Fear, Religion, Courage, Scientific Discovery, Love, Encouragement

Supplemental Information: For more information about Emma Wedgwood Darwin, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Darwin

To read Henry’s full collection of poems American Software published by CW Books, visit: https://readcwbooks.com/crawford.html

 

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  • Character Age
    Adult 30-40, Adult 40-50, Adult 50-60
  • Character Gender Ident./Sexual Orient.
    Female, Heterosexual
  • Character Ethnicity
    White, European
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    Poem, Literary, Historical Drama, Poetic Drama
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    Pre-Contemporary
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  • Writer Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
    Male
  • Writer Ethnicity
    White
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