Women's rights in the french revolution

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June 6, 2015

 

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She continued prostitution until she was thirty-six and respectfully became a playwright. After the death of her husband, Gouze moved to Paris and changed her name to Olympe de Gouges. Upon arrival, de Gouges proposed a new French theater that would only show women's plays (Ajaibu 2001, 1). "In 1788 Olympe started creating her pamphlets and petitions that were pro-woman and anti-monarchy" (Ajaibu 2001, 1)...
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"In 1788 Olympe started creating her pamphlets and petitions that were pro-woman and anti-monarchy" (Ajaibu 2001, 1). About a year after de Gouges produced her petitions and pamphlets the National Assembly of France created "The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" (de Lafayette 2001, 1)...
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