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  1. Marie-Jeanne Manon Roland de la Platière (Paris, March 17, 1754 – Paris, November 8, 1793), born Marie-Jeanne Phlipon , and best known under the name Madame Roland , was a French revolutionary, salonnière and writer.

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  3. Madame Roland - Wikipedia

    Signature. Marie-Jeanne "Manon" Roland de la Platière ( Paris, March 17, 1754 – Paris, November 8, 1793), born Marie-Jeanne Phlipon, and best known under the name Madame Roland, was a French revolutionary, salonnière and writer. Initially she led a quiet and unremarkable life as a provincial intellectual with her husband, the economist Jean ...

  4. Jeanne-Marie Roland | Revolutionary, Girondin & Activist

    Jeanne-Marie Roland, (born March 17, 1754, Paris, France—died November 8, 1793, Paris), wife of Jean-Marie Roland, who directed her husband’s political career during the French Revolution, greatly influencing the policies of the moderate Girondin faction of bourgeois revolutionaries.

  5. Madame Roland - Alpha History

    Madame Roland (1754-1793) was an influential female revolutionary, usually associated with the Girdonin faction. Born Marie-Jean Phlippon in Paris, she became an avid reader and a student of Enlightenment writers like Voltaire and Rousseau. In 1781 she married Jean-Marie Roland, a successful businessman and economist from Lyon.

  6. Madame Roland |

    Marie-Jeanne Roland (1754-1793) was a French writer and political figure, who presided over a salon and was influential in her husband's career during the early years of the French Revolution until she was arrested and executed for treason. Marie-Jeanne "Manon" Philipon, better known as Madame Roland, was born in Paris sometime in 1754.

  7. Madame Roland – History's Women

    Madame Roland. French Patriot. 1756 – 1793 A.D. Madame Roland, a French patriot. Marie Jeanne Philpon was born in Paris; her father was an engraver of some talent, her mother a woman of fine qualities, and to whom Marie was deeply attached.

  8. Madame Roland - The Collective Biographies of Women: Preface

    New York: Harper & Brothers, 1850. This biography about Madame Roland, written by John Abbott, frames her history against a backdrop of the events of the French Revolution. The text includes Abbott's preface as well as several detailed engravings. Full-text edition linked through Google Books.

  9. Madame Roland Biography - French revolutionary | Pantheon

    Madame Roland is the 832nd most popular writer (down from 692nd in 2019), the 982nd most popular biography from France (down from 775th in 2019) and the 129th most popular French Writer. Madame Roland was a woman of the French Revolution who was executed for her involvement in the Revolution.

  10. Madame Roland - Wikiquote

    Marie-Jeanne Roland de la Platière ( March 17, 1754 – November 8, 1793 ), born Marie-Jeanne Phlipon, more famous simply as Madame Roland, was, together with her husband Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière, a supporter of the French Revolution. She was an influential member of the Girondist faction which fell out of favor during the Reign of ...

  11. Collections Online | British Museum

    Biography. Political activist, commonly refered to as 'Madame Roland'; married Jean Marie Roland de la Platière (q.v.) in 1780; highly educated and enlightened, she took an early interest in politics and pushed for her husband's promotion; in 1791 the couple, who had been living in Lyon, moved to Paris, where Madame Roland held a Salon at the ...

  12. Heritage History | Madame Roland by John S. C. Abbott

    Madame Roland - John S. C. Abbott. Madame Roland was one of the most fascinating characters of the French Revolution. Born into relative poverty, Marie Roland was a brilliant intellectual who married into a noble family. Her husband was a minister of the Revolutionary government during the early years of the French Revolution, and she became ...