As James Delaney's trading plans start to unravel, a family revelation drives him into dark and haunted places. Meanwhile, at the East India Company, a frustrated Sir Stuart Strange calls for all-out war against James, threatening to destroy all he has built. As James reacts to this upsurge of chaos, things take a dire turn.
Did You Know?
Inside Bethlem Royal Hospital, James encounters a wall with the Latin phrase "Mens dana in corpora sano" (correct spelling: mens sana in corpore sano) which translates to "a sound mind in a sound body." See more
When Delaney enters the empty Bedlam hospital after visiting his mother's grave, the Latin inscription over the door has errors. It reads, "Mens dana in corpora sano." The correct Latin is "mens SANA in corporE sano." "dana" has no meaning in Latin at all, and the "a" ending on corpora is grammatically incorrect. See more
James Keziah Delaney
I'm not fit to be near you now.
Written by Max Richter See more