Charlotte Corday


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Noun1.Charlotte Corday - French revolutionary heroine (a Girondist) who assassinated Marat (1768-1793)Charlotte Corday - French revolutionary heroine (a Girondist) who assassinated Marat (1768-1793)
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A tall, square house of stickins was to be built round Rebecca this afternoon, and she was to be Charlotte Corday leaning against the bars of her prison.
If you think you could move up some stones and just take off the top rows, I could step out over," suggested Charlotte Corday.
And therefore, if they want to depict, not God, but a revolutionist or a sage, let them take from history a Socrates, a Franklin, a Charlotte Corday, but not Christ.
1793: Jean Paul Marat, French revolutionary leader, was stabbed to death by Charlotte Corday while in his bath.
The play is a comedic quartet, telling the story of four real women - playwright Olympe De Gouge, assassin Charlotte Corday, Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle and former queen Marie Antoinette - who lived and died during the French Revolution's Reign of Terror.
Christine Westphalens Drama Charlotte Corday (1804) ist im Kontext des CordayKultes um 1800 entstanden, an dem pro--wie gegenrevolutionare Intellektuelle gleichermassen beteiligt waren.
Elsewhere, the lithograph Les Femmes de la Revolution after Anselm Kiefer, 1992, commemorated revolutionary women, from Theroigne de Mericourt to Charlotte Corday, each represented by a different botanical specimen.
I was amazed a few days ago to hear a young person say Charlotte Corday killed Joan of Arc in a bath.
at When royalist Charlotte Corday murdered revolutionary Jean-Paul Marat in his bath, David painted the scene - then instructed numbers of copies of the original to be made, along with various engravings.
Which French revolutionary was murdered in his bath by Charlotte Corday in 1793?
STATEHOOD DAY (MONTENEGRO) 1793: Jean Paul Marat, French revolutionary leader, was stabbed to death by Charlotte Corday while in his bath.
In the French Revolution, a frenzied radical named Marat terrorized and tyrannically executed many until a young woman, Charlotte Corday (surname similar to Coday's) assassinated Marat and calmly accepted execution by beheading.

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