Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Charlotte Corday d'Armont
Standard Name: Corday d'Armont, Charlotte
Used Form: Marie-Charlotte de Corday d'Armont
Used Form: Charlotte de Cordet
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|Friends, Associates||Grace Elliott||
A room-mate of GE 's in prison was the eighty-year-old physician, philosophe, and atheist Richard Gem .
She mentions such non-upper-class victims as the elderly couple who used to run a puppet-show, and who...
Elliott, Grace. Journal of My Life during the French Revolution. Rodale Press, 1955.
|Textual Features||Amy Levy||
In this, an early example of the New Woman novel, the orphaned sisters, left poor by their father's extravagance, set out to support themselves by running their own firm; in the end, however, they get...
|Textual Production||Marjorie Bowen||
MB , as Joseph Shearing, published her biographical study of Charlotte Corday (murderer of the revolutionary Marat ), The Angel of the Assassination.
Johnson, George M., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 153. Gale Research, 1995.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
1741 (13 June 1935): 382
|Textual Production||Helen Craik||
HC , identifying herself as the Author of Henry of Northumberland, published a novel of more recent history, Adelaide de Narbonne, with Memoirs of Charlotte de Cordet . A Tale.
McLeod, Deborah. The Minerva Press. University of Alberta, 1997.
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Marjorie Bowen|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Mary Elizabeth Braddon||
The Doll's Tragedy, 1896, anatomises the marriage of an elderly don to a pretty but unintelligent girl: it ends in his suicide and her madness. As the Heart Knoweth (written in 1895, possibly published...