TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GIRONDIST»
The term «Girondist» is used very little and occupies the 182.144
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIRONDIST»
Discover the use of Girondist
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Girondist
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Understanding A Tale of Two Cities: A Student Casebook to ...
The Girondist and Jacobin parties struggle for dominance. War with Spain. Three
epochs in the political struggle; the Girondins fear they will be massacred by the
anarchic Paris population. Danton gains establishment of the Revolutionary ...
The Jacobin Clubs in the French Revolution, 1793-1795
About 140 societies were Girondist in comportment, but most would have taken
umbrage at this label and denied being attached to a "party." Girondist clubs
were apt to be bourgeois and part of the local republican establishment. They did
Jews and the French Revolutions of 1789, 1830 and 1848
Montagnards) and the moderate wing known as the Girondins, because its best
leaders came from the department of Gironde (of which Bordeaux was the
departmental capital). The Girondist movement requested various departments
for help ...
Killer Doctors: The Ultimate Betrayal of Trust
Maratwas elected President of the Jacobins Club, demanding the arrest of '
suspects' and 'counterrevolutionaries' while urgingthe expulsion of Girondist
deputies from the Convention. The Girondins won thefirst round whenthe
From Al-Andalus to Monte Sacro
On March 15th, the Girondist thesis prevailed and Louis XVI formed a Girondist
ministry appointing Charles François Dumouriez as Foreign Affairs Minister and
Roland as Minister of Interior. This caused the confrontation between Brissot, ...
Dolores Luna Guinot, 2014
War in an Age of Revolution, 1775-1815
On May 28, 1792, the Girondist minister of war Joseph Servan asked the National
Assembly to declare “that the whole nation has the duty to rise up.”10 Several
days earlier the Girondist deputy Alba Lasource had declared that “the ...
Roger Chickering, Stig Förster, 2010
Crisis in Representation: Thomas Paine, Mary Wollstonecraft, ...
judges appointed by the Girondists and then was carried shoulder- high from the
court back to the Convention by his enthusiastic followers. Paine had
inadvertently helped to discredit his own Girondist friends. Suddenly, Paine was
The Majesty of the People: Popular Sovereignty and the Role ...
That ambivalent similarity abides in Williams' use of metaphors of artistic creation
to describe both Robespierrean and Girondist influence over the political world.
These metaphors are extensions ofWilliams' theatrical analogues for the stages ...
Daily Life During the French Revolution
FEDERALIST REVOLT The reaction to the ejection of the Girondist deputies from
the Convention in June 1793 led to the Federalist revolt. The two factions,
Girondist and Montagnard, had long quarreled over most issues: the September
James Maxwell Anderson, 2007
Women's Rights and the French Revolution: A Biography of ...
Pétion became President of the National Convention and surrounded himself
with members of the Girondist Party, therefore moderates. Condorcet was one of
their sympathizers. Olympe was close to this movement even though it would
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GIRONDIST»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term Girondist
is used in the context of the following news items.
'Marat/Sade' brings spectacle to the Players' Ring Stage
A paranoid schizophrenic patient plays the French revolutionary Jean-Paul Marat, while a narcoleptic woman portrays Girondist sympathizer ... «Seacoastonline.com, Mar 15»
Spectacle abounds when 'Marat/Sade' takes Players' Ring Stage
A paranoid schizophrenic patient plays the French revolutionary Jean-Paul Marat, while a narcoleptic woman portrays Girondist sympathizer ... «Foster's Daily Democrat, Mar 15»
Iran, Tom Cotton and the Bizarre History of the Logan Act
He bore diplomatic papers announcing him the new minister (ambassador) to the United States from France and instructions from his Girondist ... «Politico, Mar 15»
A Brief Survey of Art History's Most Macabre Paintings
It was today in 1793 that Girondist sympathizer Charlotte Corday assassinated French revolutionary leader and radical journalist Jean-Paul ... «Flavorwire, Jul 14»
Time waits for gnomon
... witnesses – the aforesaid Robespierre and yet another revolutionary, the leader of the moderate Girondist faction, Jacques Pierre Brissot. «Irish Times, Jul 14»
Assassin's Creed 5: Female Assassin Like Charlotte Corday Would …
“Charlotte Corday was the daughter of a minor noble and allied with the moderate Girondist faction. Alarmed by increasing Jacobin radicalism ... «The Inquisitr, Jun 14»
The Revolution of Philippe Sollers
And by rejection on the part of this dyed-in-the-wool Girondist of a national religion whose drum rolls lately have grown deafening. That other ... «Huffington Post, Jan 14»
Thérèse/La Navarraise; Cristina, Regina di Svezia – review
Set during the French Revolution, Thérèse focuses on a three-cornered romantic relationship between the Marquis Armand, his Girondist friend ... «The Guardian, Oct 13»
He is murdered while soaking in the tub by the Girondist Charlotte Corday, who is played at Charenton by a patient suffering from melancholia ... «Bay Area Reporter, Jul 12»
The American Devolution: Some Perspective on Present Discontent
The sentiment expressed by the Girondist Jacques-Pierre Brissot, "The moment has come for a new crusade, a crusade of universal liberty," ... «American Thinker, Oct 11»