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Cue for treason is a historical fiction helping in the study of info for the study of literature Through the exciting adventures of Peter and Kit the reader learns about William Shakespeare Elizabethan Theatre the theatre and the life of ordinary people The Elizabethan theatre played in a big part of the development in the structures in inns the seating arrangements they made a balcony for rich people sometime there would be people on the stage for important people and the commoners sat in the yard on chairs or the floor Girl parts are played by young boys when Peter joins the Desmonds he sees a boy being helped into a skirt this is because young boys voice have not yet changed so they can play older women William Shakespeare knows what people want and likes William Shakespeare delivered the plays time after time an example for this is that the Queen even went to his some of his plays Even though most people liked the theatre there where some people who thought that is everything wrong in England this is shown in the book when the company attends church to show there faith and the preacher talks unkindly about them The Elizabethan times are times of great change and rebellion people always plotted against the queen This is proven in Cue For Treason as Sir Phillip Morton and the yellow gentleman stole the play henry IV to assassinate the queen At this time they were in need of a secret service They were in need of a secret service that is where a gentleman named To protect the queen from people like Sir Phillip Morton This is shown when the founder of the secret service Sir Robert Cecil asked peter and kit to get back the play written by Shakespeare so they wont assassinate the queen Sir Robert Cecil is a historical figure because he
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