Mary Wollstonecraft painted by John Opie 1797
Mary Wollstonecraft painted by John Opie 1797
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Socialistisk Biblioteks Tidslinje med links til begivenheder og personer i 1759.


Se også Index over personer, organisationer/partier og værker (som bøger, malerier, mm.), steder, begivenheder, mv., der er omtalt på hele Tidslinjen, titler og indhold på emnelisterne osv.

 

25. januar 1759

Den skotske natinaldigter Robert Burns fødes i Alloway, Skotland. (Dør i Dumfries, Skotland, 21. juli 1796, se denne).


 

27. april 1759

Den borgerlige feminist Mary Wollstonecraft fødes i London (dør 10.9.1797 samme sted)

Skrev 1792: A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Marxists Internet Archive).

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Se:

Romantic Outlaws. By Claire Fermont (Socialist Review, Issue 406, October 2015). Review of Charlotte Gordon’s book (Hutchinson, 2015, 672 p.)

Litteratur:

Et forsvar for kvindens rettigheder. Af Mary Wollstonecraft. Forord af Tania Ørum, oversat og kommenteret af Claus Bratt Østergaard (Informations Forlag, 2012, 320 sider)
Anmeldelse:
En hyæne i skørter. Af Bjarne Nielsen (Arbejderen.dk, 7. marts 2013)

Mary og revolutionen: en historisk collage om Mary Wollstonecraft, forfatteren til ‘Et forsvar for kvindernes rettigheder’. Af Toni Liversage (Gyldendal, 1974, 127 sider)

Se også:

‘Feminism in the radical and early socialist movement’. Chapter 8 in: Hidden from History: 300 years of women’s oppression and the fight against it. By Sheila Rowbotham (Pluto Press, 1975; online at Marxists Internet Archive)

Se også på Socialistisk Bibliotek:

Linkbox: Oplysningstiden / The Enlightenment

Stamp. First day of issue, Royal Mail, 8.10.2009.Eminent Britons. "The mind will ever be unstable that has only prejudices to rest on..."
Stamp. First day of issue, Royal Mail, 8.10.2009.Eminent Britons. “The mind will ever be unstable that has only prejudices to rest on…”

26. oktober 1759

Den franske revolutionsleder Georges Danton fødes i Arcis-sur-Aube, nordøstlige Frankrig (henrettes ved guillotinen 5. april 1794 i Paris)

1794danton.jpgSe:

Danton’s Death at the National Theatre. By Ann Talbot (World Socialist Web Site, 2 September 2010). “A review of Danton’s Death by Georg Büchner in a new version by Howard Brenton at the National Theatre in London, directed by Michael Grandage.”

Danton. By Sasha Simic (Socialist Review, Issue 339, September 2009). Review of David Lawday’s /Danton: The Gentle Giant of Terror (Jonathan Cape, 2009, 294 p.). “The weakness of David Lawday’s biography is that he gives us a sanitised Danton, and detests Maximilien Robespierre.” See also review by Hilary Mantel: He roared  (London Review of Books, Vol.31, No.15, 6 August 2009). “Lawday writes as if Robespierre, by contrast, was in possession all along of an unshakeable plan, which included the destruction of Danton. He sets up the Danton/Robespierre contest early in the book.”

The big picture: Danton. By Paul McGarr (Socialist Review, Issue 212, October 1997). “Polish director Andrej Wajda’s film Danton (1983) is a masterpiece, albeit a flawed one.”

The trials of Danton. By Chris Harman (Socialist Worker Review, No.90, September 1986). “On the portrayal of Danton in film and drama.”

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