Charlotte Corday

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French revolutionary heroine (a Girondist) who assassinated Marat (1768-1793)

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As we were affected by the former I studied the French Revolution under an excellent history teacher so I never forgot that Charlotte Corday killed Jean-Paul Marat in 1793 in his bath.
Charlotte Corday fue sentenciada a morir en la guillotina luego de asesinar a Jean-Paul Marat.
El paralelismo entre el relato biblico y el caso Corday no paso desapercibido: En 1797 se publico la obra de teatro anonima Charlotte Corday ou la Judith moderne.
fire, Charenton places Charlotte Corday in a hall of mirrors suspended
Logo no inicio do romance ha o funeral de Jean-Paul Marat, conhecido como "amigo do povo", que e assassinado por Charlotte Corday, presa em 17 de julho de 1793 e condenada a guilhotina:
Our own Charlotte, Charlotte Corday, she stab a man to 'is death while'e sits in 'is bath.
Scholars know very little about dramas depicting Charlotte Corday and Marat since in the 1790s they were performed outside of London or in unlicensed playhouses.
Rockerlong and Gai Bulga (both Listed), Charlotte Corday (Listed-placed), and to the dam of Superstar Leo (Gr2 winner, Gr1-placed).
City Council Players Present the Death of Murat Sade,'' with Mark Ridley-Thomas in the title role, Chief Legislative Analyst Ron Deaton as Charlotte Corday and the rest of the council as various inmates of the asylum.
In this tale, the characters' discussion of the murder provokes Dumas's narrator to remember another, more famous, historical decapitation, that of Charlotte Corday, assassin of the Revolutionary leader Marat, and along with it, a similar story of supernatural phenomena.
Also on This Day: 1525: Cardinal Wolsey founded Christ Church, Oxford, as Cardinal College; 1558: The Spanish and English armies defeated the French at Gravelines; 1643: The Parliamentarians were defeated at the Battle of Devizes; 1793: Charlotte Corday murdered Jean Paul Marat in his bath; 1811: Birth of architect Sir George Gilbert Scott; 1837: Queen Victoria went to live in Buckingham Palace; 1922: France II, the world's largest sailing vessel weighing 5,806 tons, was wrecked off the coast of New Caledonia; 1933: Nazis ban all other political parties in Germany.
During the French Revolution, Charlotte Corday was hailed as a "virgin martyr" and courageous modern Judith by the opponents of Marat.
Marat had been assassinated, stabbed to death in his bath, by the treacherous Charlotte Corday d'Armont.
In his depiction of the murderess/heroine Charlotte Corday, Carlyle captures the ability of a woman to transform easily from one nature to another without a noticeable change in her physical characteristics, and he also describes how Marat readily succumbed to her request to visit him, which resulted in his death at the hands of this seemingly innocent young woman.
John Dunlop, trainer of Orchestra Stall, also scored with Nwaamis, who pipped Charlotte Corday on his first run since last May.
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