|On the landing of an C18 house|
- Scene 1. As a child, Mary sometimes slept across the door of her mother's bedroom, so that her father could not get in and abuse his wife, or not, at any rate, without waking his vigilant daughter.
|George v L Meyer private library|
|Childbirth, 1801, Greece.|
Scene 7. Back in London, she worships at Newington Green Unitarian Church and listens to Rev Dr Richard Price. (The church is still there.)
Scene 8. At a dinner party given by Price, all the great men have their say, and the young schoolmistress listens & learns. (His house is still there, facing the green.)
|The painter's studio, by Gustave Courbet.|
Scene 10. Mary decides to go to Paris for a bit; she sees Lous XVI being carried to the guillotine.