Jean Paul Marat


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Related to Jean Paul Marat: Charlotte Corday, Georges Jacques Danton
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Noun1.Jean Paul Marat - French revolutionary leader (born in Switzerland) who was a leader in overthrowing the Girondists and was stabbed to death in his bath by Charlotte Corday (1743-1793)Jean Paul Marat - French revolutionary leader (born in Switzerland) who was a leader in overthrowing the Girondists and was stabbed to death in his bath by Charlotte Corday (1743-1793)
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| 1793: Jean Paul Marat, French revolutionary leader, was stabbed to death by Charlotte Corday while in his bath.
This pre-information notice is issued to bring to the attention of economic operators the project of project management contract to be launched for the thermal rehabilitation of the Jean Paul Marat elementary school in chirolles.
In the words of Jean Paul Marat, glory constituted "the prize of merit in all things, the reward for all services rendered to one's country" (92).
British director Peter Brook, admired for his innovative productions, is featured in chapter six, "The Minstrel Show in the Madhouse." While in the United States, Brook requested Lloyd Burlingame's set design assistance for his acclaimed production of The Persecution and Assassination of Jean Paul Marat as Performed at the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade.
Conner (history, CUNY Graduate Center) presents a short biography of French Revolutionary figure Jean Paul Marat. This concise account of his life argues that his pre-revolutionary life as a doctor and experimental physicist is grossly misrepresented, as is his character (and sanity) in general.
STATEHOOD DAY (MONTENEGRO) 1793: Jean Paul Marat, French revolutionary leader, was stabbed to death by Charlotte Corday while in his bath.
Marat/Sade is set in a lunatic asylum in revolutionary France where the infamous Marquis de Sade is directing a play about the last days of political thinker Jean Paul Marat using inmates as actors.
1793: French revolutionary leader Jean Paul Marat was stabbed to death by Charlotte Corday while in his bath.
The French still vividly remember that other Charlotte, the lady who nobbled Jean Paul Marat with a bread knife as he sat in his bath in 1793.