FC: The Tale of Charles Crowe
1: The Tale of Charles Crowe | By; J.P. Glenn
2: The sun rises over the city of London. The year is 1762.
3: Charles Crowe sits in his library reading one of Galileo's writings.
5: He slowly stands and walks into his bedroom. "Micheal!,Micheal! Where are you! he exclaims.
6: "I'm in here sir" responds Micheal from the closet.
7: "What are you doing in there?" asks Crowe.
9: "I'm getting your clothes ready for your trip to France"
10: Crowe shakes his head remembering his meeting with the philosophe Jean Rousseau.
12: "You forgot didn't you"
13: Crowe waves Micheal away and starts packing for his trip.
14: Crowe arrives in France a few days later and schedules a meeting with Rousseau.
16: Crowe sits with the the famous Enlightenment age author Jean Rousseau in a small French café.
18: "It's nice to speak with you my friend," says crowe. "Same here my friend",says Rousseau.
19: "I here your country's colonies have started to demand more liberty",says Rousseau.
20: "I've actually planed to sail to the colonies to observe the situation myself", says Crowe.
22: After a few hours of talking about politics and neoclassical and baroque art styles Crowe says his farewells and prepares for his trip to the colonies.
23: A few weeks later Crowe and Micheal board a boat bound for the colonies. Micheal is excited but Crowe has never been a fan of boats.
25: The voyage goes well except that Crowe becomes seasick and spends most of his time in the bed.
26: After living in the colonies Crowe can see that the colonies have good reason to be mad at Britain.
27: He has thrown his hat in with the colonists and now actively speaks out against the Kings rule over the colonies.
28: A few years later Crowe meets a the the writer of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson.
30: During their meetings Jefferson and other famous signers of the Declaration tell Crowe all of thei plans for a free American nation.
31: Crowe listens to their idea's about a federal system and a system for checks and balances.
32: Everything seemed fine until Crowe heared that shots had been fired between minutemen and british regulars. He Knows nothing will be the same.
34: The End