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Anna Brownell Jameson was a British writer. She was born in Dublin. Corday stabbed Marat with a kitchen knife while he was in sitting in his bathtub. Corday was arrested on the same day and executed under the guillotine four days later. To understand why Corday was prepared to go so far, we must first understand the political situation and atmosphere in France during this moment in history.
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Her father could not cope with the grief and Charlotte and her younger sister were sent to an abbey. There, Charlotte spent many hours reading and she was especially interested in literature that focused on the responsibility of citizens toward their country.
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She the plays of her ancestor, the tragedian Pierre Corneille, as well as Plutarch, Raynal, and Rousseau. She was fascinated by the story how Brutus killed Julius Caesar in the name of freedom. People did not have bread and one day and angry mod had enough. One day, people attacked a transport delivering bread. A young officer, responsible for the delivery was killed.
His head was placed on a pole and the mob went to the abbey where Corday was staying. These hungry people thought the nuns had more bread they could get. Perhaps this was an event that changed Corday.
She was later sent to a relative in Caen and while living there she began to sympathize with the Girondins, the moderate republicans of her time. Corday was skeptical about the direction the French Revolution was taking.
She did not approve of the violence and believed there must be another solution how to deal with the dramatic political situation. She spent many hours reading books in her room and she followed everything that was taking place in the country. Corday opposed the Montagnards who supported a radical approach to the revolution. The Montagnards believed that the only way to end all opposition is through terror, civil war and execution of all who opposed the new reforms.
Marat promoted violence and Corday hated him. She held him responsible for a number of death and she disapproved of the execution of King Louis XVI. Corday was a woman and she knew that she could never gain political influence and power. So, she decided what according to her only a woman could do — kill Marat. She told her friends and relatives that she was going to England because she could no longer live in a country so torn by violence.
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