The Women of the French Revolution
H. C. Baird, 1855 - 371 σελίδες
"Formed principally of the portraits of women, drawn by Michelet in his History of the revolution."--Author's pref. Includes chapters devoted to such general topics as the influence of women on the 18th century, the worship of women for Robespierre, the execution of women, and the reaction of women following the Revolution. The author also concentrates on individuals such as Mme de Stäel, Mme de Condorcet, Olympe de Gouges, Rosa Lacombe, Théroigne de Mericourt, Mme Roland, Charlotte Corday, Mlle Kiralio [sic], Lucille Desmoulins, and Danton's two wives.
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