Deacon Brodie, pillar of the Establishment turned arch-criminal, terrified late-18th-century Edinburgh.
Deacon Brodie, pillar of the Establishment turned arch-criminal, terrified late-18th-century Edinburgh. This extraordinary tale gave rise to the idea of Jekyll and Hyde in the fertile imagination of Robert Louis Stevenson almost a century later.
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Deacon Brodie's pub at the top of the Royal Mile is a well-known Edinburgh landmark but how many people know the . Both Brodie's grandfathers were renowned Edinburgh lawyers and his father was a successful businessman
Deacon Brodie's pub at the top of the Royal Mile is a well-known Edinburgh landmark but how many people know the real story of his outrageous life and crimes? On 1 October 1788 William Brodie was hanged for theft in the Lawnmarket in front of a crowd that was the largest seen in living memory. He strode out to the gallows in fine clothes and a powdered wig. A fitting end to an extraordinary life. Both Brodie's grandfathers were renowned Edinburgh lawyers and his father was a successful businessman. Brodie himself was a fine craftsman specialising in domestic furniture such a cupboards and cabinets - crucially, he was also a talented locksmith.
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Bibliography BIBLIOGRAPHY Helpful reading on Deacon Brodie: Traditions of Edinburgh, Robert Chalmers (Chambers, 1940) Kay’s Edinburgh Portraits, James Paterson (Hamilton, Adams, 1885) The Strange Ca. .
Deacon Brodie of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Cape Club, Google books. Gibson, John Sibbald (1993). Deacon Brodie: Father to Jekyll and Hyde. Oslin, Reid (15 March 2001). Jekyll and Hyde: The Real Story". Boston College Chronicle. Template:Muriel Spark, The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie page 88. ^ Deacon Brodie on IMDb. Hutchison, David (2014). Deacon Brodie: A Double Life. Bramble, Forbes (1975). The Strange Case of Deacon Brodie. London: Hamish Hamilton. ISBN 978-0-241-89292-3.
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