ANNE LUCILE PHILIPPE LARIDON DUPLESSIS (18 January 1770 in
Though she would eventually marry
"August 9th, 1792. What will become of us? I can endure no more. Camille, O my poor Camille, what will become of you? O God, if it be true that thou hast existence, save the men who are worthy of Thee. We want to be free. O God, the cost of it! As a climax to my misery, courage abandons me."
Her father finally agreed to allow Camille to marry her on December
29, 1790, at the Church of Saint Sulpice in
On April 5, 1794, Lucile Desmoulins was arrested on charges that she
had conspired to free her husband (then imprisoned in the Luxembourg
while on trial with
Following the deaths of his parents, Horace
Lucile Desmoulins is female heroine of Georg Büchners play Danton\'s Death
Lucile Desmoulins has been played in movies by:
Charlotte Ander in
Dimitri Buchowetzki 's Danton , 1921
Francine Mussey in
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* Claretie, Jules.
* WorldCat Identities
* VIAF : 229368125
* LCCN : n85242197
* ISNI : 0000 0003 6495 405X
* GND : 118888560
* SUDOC : 034889213
* BNF : cb125593904 (data)