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    The Spy

    The year is 1793, and the French Revolution is at its height. You are a young French woman of less than illustrious birth who once worked as a barmaid. While working at the bar, you met a handsome and wealthy British aristocrat, and the two of you immediately fell in love. You've left France and traveled to live in England at his estate.

    What is your name?
    What is your fiancee's name?
    What is the name of his country manor?


    An uninvited guest turns up to your wedding. He is a Frenchman who you once knew, a close friend of your younger brother. He is now an officer of the French Revolution, and wishes you joy in your marriage. Then, pulling you aside, he discloses a secret: your younger brother has been helping aristocrats escape from France into England. The revolutionary believes in his cause, but also deeply cares for you and your brother, and says he will see to it that no harm comes to your brother as long as you agree to do a favor for him.

    What is the French agent named?
    What is your brother named?


    The Frenchman wishes for you to become a spy of the French Revolution. In order to do this, you must disguise yourself as a man and frequently travel to France. You agree without thinking, but then suddenly realize that you could never explain this behavior to your husband. Breaking down in tears, you tell him the truth, expecting him to cast you out. Instead, he confides his secret: that he, along with your brother, has been helping to ferry aristocrats across the border. He gives you false information to feed to the French agents while he arranges a safe escape for your brother.

    What is the name of your male alter-ego? It must have the same initials as your real name.

    This plan works wonderfully for several weeks, but on the night when your husband is meant to help your brother escape, your brother and his wife are murdered by agents of the revolution. You and your husband, grieving and reeling in shock, raise his three young children, two sons and a daughter.

    What are his children's names?
    One son must be named after a famous French historical figure, the daughter must be named a female version of your brother's name, and the third son has a British first name and a French middle name.

    You realize you now have nothing left to lose, since your brother has been killed, and angrily turn on the French agent who employed you. He apologizes and says he had nothing to do with your brother's death, but agrees to let you stop working as a spy. Unbeknownst to him, however, you continue helping your husband in his quest. He has drawn up a plan to liberate the Dauphin-- the youngest son of the former King of France-- and adopt him as an English child, staging a death. Amazingly, this plan works, and you now have a little prince living in your house.

    What do you rename the Dauphin? It must be a British name.

    One night, as your husband steps off of his boat in the French harbor, he is ambushed by two men with swords, who kill him on sight. You are devastated and vow to live a quiet life, raising your brother's children and the little prince. However, you suddenly find yourself pregnant. You are delighted to discover, upon giving birth, that you have two beautiful twin daughters, both of whom take after your late husband.

    What do you name your twin daughters? One has your husband's initials, while the other is named after a flower and has the middle name of a British Queen.


    Five years into this quiet life, which finds you depressed and restless, your old friend, the French agent, comes to your house and apologizes deeply for all of the tragedy you have been through. He escaped France himself as the revolution crumbled, and now sees the error of his ways and the violence that he helped perpetuate. He does not expect your forgiveness, but wants to help you raise your children and provide for them in any way he can. Your relationship is at first very cold, but quickly turns into one of close friendship and warmth, then blossoms into love. Within three years, you are married. You and he have four beautiful children together.

    What are the children's names?
    You may choose the genders yourself, but all of the names must have three-syllable first names and one-syllable last names, in a mixture of French and English names.

    You grow old together and live a long, happy, peaceful life. On your deathbed, you confess to your second husband that one of your children is secretly the Dauphin. He tells you he discovered that years ago, but it makes no difference to him, he loves him and you all the same, and knew all along that you were a double-agent. He had loved you from the very beginning, and risked his own life to save yours while you and your first husband were saving aristocrats.

    Your second husband dies ten years after you, but your shared legacy lives on: in the year 2011, your descendents in America are named modern variations on your name, as well as your first and second husbands' names. What are they called?
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    The year is 1793, and the French Revolution is at its height. You are a young French woman of less than illustrious birth who once worked as a barmaid. While working at the bar, you met a handsome and wealthy British aristocrat, and the two of you immediately fell in love. You've left France and traveled to live in England at his estate.

    What is your name? Genevieve Marie Deveroux
    What is your fiancee's name? Malcolm Edward Danvers
    What is the name of his country manor? Wuthering Heights

    n uninvited guest turns up to your wedding. He is a Frenchman who you once knew, a close friend of your younger brother. He is now an officer of the French Revolution, and wishes you joy in your marriage. Then, pulling you aside, he discloses a secret: your younger brother has been helping aristocrats escape from France into England. The revolutionary believes in his cause, but also deeply cares for you and your brother, and says he will see to it that no harm comes to your brother as long as you agree to do a favor for him.

    What is the French agent named? Robert Henry Cahors
    What is your brother named? Jean-Luc Deveroux

    The Frenchman wishes for you to become a spy of the French Revolution. In order to do this, you must disguise yourself as a man and frequently travel to France. You agree without thinking, but then suddenly realize that you could never explain this behavior to your husband. Breaking down in tears, you tell him the truth, expecting him to cast you out. Instead, he confides his secret: that he, along with your brother, has been helping to ferry aristocrats across the border. He gives you false information to feed to the French agents while he arranges a safe escape for your brother.

    What is the name of your male alter-ego? George Matthias DuCharme

    This plan works wonderfully for several weeks, but on the night when your husband is meant to help your brother escape, your brother and his wife are murdered by agents of the revolution. You and your husband, grieving and reeling in shock, raise his three young children, two sons and a daughter.

    What are his children's names? Napoleon Henry Deveroux, Jeanette Catherine Deveroux, & Arthur Laurent Deveroux
    One son must be named after a famous French historical figure, the daughter must be named a female version of your brother's name, and the third son has a British first name and a French middle name.

    You realize you now have nothing left to lose, since your brother has been killed, and angrily turn on the French agent who employed you. He apologizes and says he had nothing to do with your brother's death, but agrees to let you stop working as a spy. Unbeknownst to him, however, you continue helping your husband in his quest. He has drawn up a plan to liberate the Dauphin-- the youngest son of the former King of France-- and adopt him as an English child, staging a death. Amazingly, this plan works, and you now have a little prince living in your house.

    What do you rename the Dauphin? Alastair Piers Danvers

    One night, as your husband steps off of his boat in the French harbor, he is ambushed by two men with swords, who kill him on sight. You are devastated and vow to live a quiet life, raising your brother's children and the little prince. However, you suddenly find yourself pregnant. You are delighted to discover, upon giving birth, that you have two beautiful twin daughters, both of whom take after your late husband.

    What do you name your twin daughters? One has your husband's initials, while the other is named after a flower and has the middle name of a British Queen. Madeline Emilia Danvers & Rose Victoria Danvers

    Five years into this quiet life, which finds you depressed and restless, your old friend, the French agent, comes to your house and apologizes deeply for all of the tragedy you have been through. He escaped France himself as the revolution crumbled, and now sees the error of his ways and the violence that he helped perpetuate. He does not expect your forgiveness, but wants to help you raise your children and provide for them in any way he can. Your relationship is at first very cold, but quickly turns into one of close friendship and warmth, then blossoms into love. Within three years, you are married. You and he have four beautiful children together.

    What are the children's names?
    You may choose the genders yourself, but all of the names must have three-syllable first names and one-syllable last names, in a mixture of French and English names. Aveline Faith, Beatrice Hope, Caspian Beau, & Lucian Dax

    You grow old together and live a long, happy, peaceful life. On your deathbed, you confess to your second husband that one of your children is secretly the Dauphin. He tells you he discovered that years ago, but it makes no difference to him, he loves him and you all the same, and knew all along that you were a double-agent. He had loved you from the very beginning, and risked his own life to save yours while you and your first husband were saving aristocrats.

    Your second husband dies ten years after you, but your shared legacy lives on: in the year 2011, your descendents in America are named modern variations on your name, as well as your first and second husbands' names. What are they called?
    Genevieve, Robert, & Malcolm

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    The year is 1793, and the French Revolution is at its height. You are a young French woman of less than illustrious birth who once worked as a barmaid. While working at the bar, you met a handsome and wealthy British aristocrat, and the two of you immediately fell in love. You've left France and traveled to live in England at his estate.

    What is your name? Victoria Thelma Knight
    What is your fiancee's name? Duncan Alfred Hart
    What is the name of his country manor? Hart Immobilier

    An uninvited guest turns up to your wedding. He is a Frenchman who you once knew, a close friend of your younger brother. He is now an officer of the French Revolution, and wishes you joy in your marriage. Then, pulling you aside, he discloses a secret: your younger brother has been helping aristocrats escape from France into England. The revolutionary believes in his cause, but also deeply cares for you and your brother, and says he will see to it that no harm comes to your brother as long as you agree to do a favor for him.

    What is the French agent named? Jerome Dixon Lefevre
    What is your brother named? Nicolas Edwin Knight

    The Frenchman wishes for you to become a spy of the French Revolution. In order to do this, you must disguise yourself as a man and frequently travel to France. You agree without thinking, but then suddenly realize that you could never explain this behavior to your husband. Breaking down in tears, you tell him the truth, expecting him to cast you out. Instead, he confides his secret: that he, along with your brother, has been helping to ferry aristocrats across the border. He gives you false information to feed to the French agents while he arranges a safe escape for your brother.

    What is the name of your male alter-ego? Victor Thomas Kirwan

    This plan works wonderfully for several weeks, but on the night when your husband is meant to help your brother escape, your brother and his wife are murdered by agents of the revolution. You and your husband, grieving and reeling in shock, raise his three young children, two sons and a daughter.

    What are his children's names? Nicolette Ellen, Raydell Gaston, and Joseph Cedrick.

    You realize you now have nothing left to lose, since your brother has been killed, and angrily turn on the French agent who employed you. He apologizes and says he had nothing to do with your brother's death, but agrees to let you stop working as a spy. Unbeknownst to him, however, you continue helping your husband in his quest. He has drawn up a plan to liberate the Dauphin -- the youngest son of the former King of France -- and adopt him as an English child, staging a death. Amazingly, this plan works, and you now have a little prince living in your house.

    What do you re-name the Dauphin? Noe Sanford.

    One night, as your husband steps off of his boat in the French harbor, he is ambushed by two men with swords, who kill him on sight. You are devastated and vow to live a quiet life, raising your brother's children and the little prince. However, you suddenly find yourself pregnant. You are delighted to discover, upon giving birth, that you have two beautiful twin daughters, both of whom take after your late husband.

    What do you name your twin daughters? Dana Alexis, and Holly Elizabeth.

    Five years into this quiet life, which finds you depressed and restless, your old friend, the French agent, comes to your house and apologizes deeply for all of the tragedy you have been through. He escaped France himself as the revolution crumbled, and now sees the error of his ways and the violence that he helped perpetuate. He does not expect your forgiveness, but wants to help you raise your children and provide for them in any way he can. Your relationship is at first very cold, but quickly turns into one of close friendship and warmth, then blossoms into love. Within three years, you are married. You and he have four beautiful children together.

    What are the children's names? Girl- Lorraine Grace, Boy- Declan Alec, Girl- Carlotta Eden, and Girl- Helena Rose

    You may choose the genders yourself, but all of the names must have three-syllable first names and one-syllable last names, in a mixture of French and English names.

    You grow old together and live a long, happy, peaceful life. On your deathbed, you confess to your second husband that one of your children is secretly the Dauphin, He tells you he discovered that years ago, but it makes no difference to him, he loves him and you all the same, and knew all along that you were a double-agent. He had loved you from the very beginning, and risked his own life to save yours while you and your first husband were saving aristocrats.

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    The year is 1793, and the French Revolution is at its height. You are a young French woman of less than illustrious birth who once worked as a barmaid. While working at the bar, you met a handsome and wealthy British aristocrat, and the two of you immediately fell in love. You've left France and traveled to live in England at his estate.

    What is your name? ISALINE MAELYS BEAUMONT
    What is your fiancee's name? HUGH AUGUSTINE DASHWOOD
    What is the name of his country manor? SUMMERBROOKES


    An uninvited guest turns up to your wedding. He is a Frenchman who you once knew, a close friend of your younger brother. He is now an officer of the French Revolution, and wishes you joy in your marriage. Then, pulling you aside, he discloses a secret: your younger brother has been helping aristocrats escape from France into England. The revolutionary believes in his cause, but also deeply cares for you and your brother, and says he will see to it that no harm comes to your brother as long as you agree to do a favor for him.

    What is the French agent named? ALAIN CLEMENT DESCOTEAUX
    What is your brother named? CORENTIN DIEUDONNE BEAUMONT


    The Frenchman wishes for you to become a spy of the French Revolution. In order to do this, you must disguise yourself as a man and frequently travel to France. You agree without thinking, but then suddenly realize that you could never explain this behavior to your husband. Breaking down in tears, you tell him the truth, expecting him to cast you out. Instead, he confides his secret: that he, along with your brother, has been helping to ferry aristocrats across the border. He gives you false information to feed to the French agents while he arranges a safe escape for your brother.

    What is the name of your male alter-ego? ISIDORE MARCEL BELLEVIEUX

    This plan works wonderfully for several weeks, but on the night when your husband is meant to help your brother escape, your brother and his wife are murdered by agents of the revolution. You and your husband, grieving and reeling in shock, raise his three young children, two sons and a daughter.

    What are his children's names?
    CLAUDE VINCENT
    CORA GABRIELLE
    LOUIS ALEXANDRE



    You realize you now have nothing left to lose, since your brother has been killed, and angrily turn on the French agent who employed you. He apologizes and says he had nothing to do with your brother's death, but agrees to let you stop working as a spy. Unbeknownst to him, however, you continue helping your husband in his quest. He has drawn up a plan to liberate the Dauphin-- the youngest son of the former King of France-- and adopt him as an English child, staging a death. Amazingly, this plan works, and you now have a little prince living in your house.

    What do you rename the Dauphin? JASPER CONALL DASHWOOD

    One night, as your husband steps off of his boat in the French harbor, he is ambushed by two men with swords, who kill him on sight. You are devastated and vow to live a quiet life, raising your brother's children and the little prince. However, you suddenly find yourself pregnant. You are delighted to discover, upon giving birth, that you have two beautiful twin daughters, both of whom take after your late husband.

    What do you name your twin daughters? HAIDEE ALENNA DASHWOOD & AZELIE VICTORIA DASHWOOD


    Five years into this quiet life, which finds you depressed and restless, your old friend, the French agent, comes to your house and apologizes deeply for all of the tragedy you have been through. He escaped France himself as the revolution crumbled, and now sees the error of his ways and the violence that he helped perpetuate. He does not expect your forgiveness, but wants to help you raise your children and provide for them in any way he can. Your relationship is at first very cold, but quickly turns into one of close friendship and warmth, then blossoms into love. Within three years, you are married. You and he have four beautiful children together.

    What are the children's names? ALASTAIR BEAU, ELOISE MAY, CALLAGHAN BROM & OLIVIE CLAIRE, DEXCOTEAUX

    You grow old together and live a long, happy, peaceful life. On your deathbed, you confess to your second husband that one of your children is secretly the Dauphin. He tells you he discovered that years ago, but it makes no difference to him, he loves him and you all the same, and knew all along that you were a double-agent. He had loved you from the very beginning, and risked his own life to save yours while you and your first husband were saving aristocrats.

    Your second husband dies ten years after you, but your shared legacy lives on: in the year 2011, your descendents in America are named modern variations on your name, as well as your first and second husbands' names. What are they called? ISABELLE & ALLEN
    Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot

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    The year is 1793, and the French Revolution is at its height. You are a young French woman of less than illustrious birth who once worked as a barmaid. While working at the bar, you met a handsome and wealthy British aristocrat, and the two of you immediately fell in love. You've left France and traveled to live in England at his estate.

    [B]What is your name? Amelie Simone LeBlanc Maloney
    What is your fiancee's name? Ian Cedric Maloney
    What is the name of his country manor? Lilleyton

    An uninvited guest turns up to your wedding. He is a Frenchman who you once knew, a close friend of your younger brother. He is now an officer of the French Revolution, and wishes you joy in your marriage. Then, pulling you aside, he discloses a secret: your younger brother has been helping aristocrats escape from France into England. The revolutionary believes in his cause, but also deeply cares for you and your brother, and says he will see to it that no harm comes to your brother as long as you agree to do a favor for him.

    What is the French agent named? Didier Olivier Lauren
    What is your brother named?
    Tomas Gaston LeBlanc

    The Frenchman wishes for you to become a spy of the French Revolution. In order to do this, you must disguise yourself as a man and frequently travel to France. You agree without thinking, but then suddenly realize that you could never explain this behavior to your husband. Breaking down in tears, you tell him the truth, expecting him to cast you out. Instead, he confides his secret: that he, along with your brother, has been helping to ferry aristocrats across the border. He gives you false information to feed to the French agents while he arranges a safe escape for your brother.

    What is the name of your male alter-ego? It must have the same initials as your real name. Alaire Satordi Metundy

    This plan works wonderfully for several weeks, but on the night when your husband is meant to help your brother escape, your brother and his wife are murdered by agents of the revolution. You and your husband, grieving and reeling in shock, raise his three young children, two sons and a daughter.

    What are his children's names?
    Louis Tomas LeBlanc
    Percival Jaques LeBlanc 'Percy'
    Thomasina Dominique LeBlanc 'Sina'

    One son must be named after a famous French historical figure, the daughter must be named a female version of your brother's name, and the third son has a British first name and a French middle name.

    You realize you now have nothing left to lose, since your brother has been killed, and angrily turn on the French agent who employed you. He apologizes and says he had nothing to do with your brother's death, but agrees to let you stop working as a spy. Unbeknownst to him, however, you continue helping your husband in his quest. He has drawn up a plan to liberate the Dauphin-- the youngest son of the former King of France-- and adopt him as an English child, staging a death. Amazingly, this plan works, and you now have a little prince living in your house.

    What do you rename the Dauphin? It must be a British name. Irving James Maloney

    One night, as your husband steps off of his boat in the French harbor, he is ambushed by two men with swords, who kill him on sight. You are devastated and vow to live a quiet life, raising your brother's children and the little prince. However, you suddenly find yourself pregnant. You are delighted to discover, upon giving birth, that you have two beautiful twin daughters, both of whom take after your late husband.

    What do you name your twin daughters? One has your husband's initials, while the other is named after a flower and has the middle name of a British Queen.
    Ida Celene Maloney & Rose Anne Maloney

    Five years into this quiet life, which finds you depressed and restless, your old friend, the French agent, comes to your house and apologizes deeply for all of the tragedy you have been through. He escaped France himself as the revolution crumbled, and now sees the error of his ways and the violence that he helped perpetuate. He does not expect your forgiveness, but wants to help you raise your children and provide for them in any way he can. Your relationship is at first very cold, but quickly turns into one of close friendship and warmth, then blossoms into love. Within three years, you are married. You and he have four beautiful children together.

    What are the children's names? Oliver Jaques Case, Christopher Ian Case 'Chris', Alastair Pierre Case, & Genevieve Nicola Case
    You may choose the genders yourself, but all of the names must have three-syllable first names and one-syllable last names, in a mixture of French and English names.

    You grow old together and live a long, happy, peaceful life. On your deathbed, you confess to your second husband that one of your children is secretly the Dauphin. He tells you he discovered that years ago, but it makes no difference to him, he loves him and you all the same, and knew all along that you were a double-agent. He had loved you from the very beginning, and risked his own life to save yours while you and your first husband were saving aristocrats.

    Your second husband dies ten years after you, but your shared legacy lives on: in the year 2011, your descendents in America are named modern variations on your name, as well as your first and second husbands' names. What are they called?

    Emily Cecilia, Ian Cedric, & Diego Oliver
    *Eleanor*Gwendolyn*Ida*Hazel
    *Archer*Owen*Simon*Jude

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