Occupation: Journalist; Politician
Famous for his radical newspaper L'ami du peuple, the populist Marat rapidly became a key figure on the Parisian political scene during the first year of the Revolution, and remained so until his assassination by Charlotte Corday on 13 July 1793. He was also a deputy in the National Convention.
Appears in these Letters:
The duchess offers news and personal reflections on recent developments in the French Revolution (as seen from her home in the heart of the capital)...
Marat by Joseph Boze, 1793