Rebel Daughters: Women and the French Revolution

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INDEX
Adams, John Quincy, 16
Agulhon, Maurice, 144, 285, 287 n 29
Alienation, male, 157, 158, 168, 169-71
Allegory, 5, 9, 139, 140, 144-45, 146, 151, 152, 178, 186, 205, 217-18, 224n9
Allem, J. P., 287n23
Althusser, Louis, 65
Amar, André, 64-65, 95-96, 104
Ami du peuple, 86
Applewhite, Harriet B., 7, 11n9, 38, 74n30
Aristocracy, 18-19, 21, 25-28; Le Corps Aristocratique sous la figure d'une femme expirant dans ks bras de la noblesse, anonymous (Figure 2.1), 18
Armogathe, Daniel, 283, 286n6, 287n24
Association pour les Etudes féministes, 233
Aston Magna Music Academy, 225 n 22
Atala, 4, 6, 9, 139-52, 157 ff.; and Catholicism, 158-59, 160, 164, 174n5; and class interests, 162, 176n29; and colonialism, 162, 175-76 n28; commodification of, 158, 162, 163; contradictions in, 163, 164; and Enlightenment themes, 157, 167-68, 174 n5; and eroticism, 162, 164, 166, 174 n5; and exoticism, 158, 162, 163; as "female," 161, 175nn12, 13; influence of, 157-58; and race, 162, 174n5; reception of, 158, 159, 175n9, 176n29; and sentimentalism, 163, 164; and women readers, 160-61, 165, 168
Atala, representations of, and class interests, 166; and Catholicism, 164, 166, 175 n 23; and colonialism, 167-68; and consequences, 163-64, 175n19, 176n30; and Enlightenment values, 167; and eroticism, 164, 166, 174n5; and exoticism, 166; and freedom, 163; in "high" culture, 158, 159, 164; idealised, 158, 164-65, 175n23; as immobilized, 157, 164; in popular culture, 158, 159, 161, 162-63, 166, 168; and race, 166-68; as silenced, 164, 168, 176n30; as subject of desire, 162, 164; and suicide, 162, 164; and virtue, 162, 164, 168, 175n23
Aury, Dominique, 225n16
Baecque, Antoine de, 26, 28
Baelen, Jean, 286n3
Bailly, Jean-Sylvain, 83
Baker, Keith Michael, 11n3
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 22
Balzac, Honoré de, 144, 171
Barante, Guillaume, baron de, 129-30
Barbey d'Aurevilly, 144
Barruel, Abbé, Memoirs, illustrating the History of Jacobinism,267
Barthes, Roland, 176 n 39
Bastille, 19, 65, 83, 122, 128; Adieu Bastille, anonymous (Figure 2.1), 18
Bauer, Bruno, 283, 287n22
Bazard, Saint-Amand, 239
Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, The Marriage of Figaro, 56
Beauvoir, Simone de, 232-33
Bedarida, François, 282-83, 286 n 6, 287 nn21, 30
Berger, John, 224n7
Bernadotte, Jean-Baptiste-Jules, 129
Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Jacques-Henri, Pbul et Virginie,9, 215-16
Blanc, Louis, 123, 126, 282, 287n20
Blum, Carol, 72 n 8, 74n32
Body politic, 16-18, 20-26, 28-32
Bolivar, Simon, 279, 287 n 13
Bonnemaison, Chevalier Féréol de, Young Woman Surprised by Storm,206-7
Boucher, François, 198
Boulant, Micheline, 223n3
Breast-feeding, 54-75; Charité as, 66; the Convention and, 62; enlightenment advocacy of, 54, 60; Freud and, 55, 68-70; maternal, 54-56, 60-62; political significance of, 62, 65-66, 71n2; Le Rebours and, 55, 56, 61, 65-66; Revolutionary iconograph and, 65-68; Rousseau and, 55-61, 67. See also Wet- nursing
Brest, 87
Brion, Hélène, 285, 287n28
Bryson, Norman, 224n7
Buchez, Philippe-Joseph-Benjamin, 241
Buloz, François, 280
Burial, 180, 190, 192, 193. See also Confinement
Burke, Edmund, 10, 23-24, 133, 256; Reflections on the Revolution in France, 256

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