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Marriage and Revolution: Monsieur and Madame Roland (Anglais) Relié – 7 juin 2012

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[a] sympathetic, but also critical and always scholarly biography ... it was the great tragedy of the Terror that former colleagues should round on each other. Not only did those who had frequented the Rolands, from Brissot to Danton and Robespierre, preish in the process, but so too did the fraternal republic. It is the great merit of Reynold's book to demonstrate how both the Rolands shaped and shared this dreadful fate. (Malcolm Crook, History Today)

Thoroughly researched and clearly written, Marriage and Revolution is an important contribution to our understanding of the interaction between private lives and public affairs in the revolutionary era. It also offers new insights into the nature of the "Brissotin" movement and the way in which the revolutionary government functioned prior to the establishment of the Committee of Public Safety in mid-1793. (Jeremy Popkin, H-France Review)

Reynolds succeeds in correcting a great deal of the mythology surrounding Madame Roland. This significant monograph is a vindication of Roland, a figure who has been has been overshadowed by not only his wife, but also historians focus on parliamentary assemblies rather than ministries. (Leigh Whaley, French History)

This is feminist scholarship at its most current and at its very best. ...a brilliant example of situated, materialist biography. (Professor Bill Burgwinkle, King's College, Cambridge)

Siân Reynolds is thus to be congratulated for devising a new and revealing perspective on her subject in this scholarly and highly readable work. (Colin Jones, English Historical Review)

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Marriage and Revolution is a double biography of Jean-Marie Roland (1734-1793) and Marie-Jeanne Phlipon, later Madame Roland (1754-1793), leading figures in the French Revolution. J.-M. Roland was minister of the Interior for a total of eight months during 1792. The couple were close to Brissot and the Girondins, and both died during the Terror. Mme Roland became famous for her posthumous prison memoirs and is the subject of many biographies, but her husband, despite being a key figure in administration of France, seldom out of the limelight during his time in office, is often marginalized in histories of the Revolution. Siân Reynolds examines the Roland marriage from its beginnings in an ancien régime mésalliance, opposed by both families, through its close cooperation in the 1780s, to its final phase as a political partnership during the Revolution. Both Roland's actions as minister and Mme Roland's role as a woman close to power were praised and blamed at the time, and the controversies have persisted. Based on manuscript sources including many unpublished letters, Marriage and Revolution sets out to examine an unusually companionate marriage over the long term: its intimacy, parenthood, everyday life in the provinces, friendships, academic cooperation, political enthusiasms and quarrels, and finally its dramatic ending during the Revolution.

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