Madame Roland—Abbott Series

Madame Roland—Abbott Series

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Item No.  82341
Grades 9th Grade – 12th Grade
Dimensions 5 x 7.5
Binding Paperback
Pages 212
Edition First
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Enter the stormy world of the French Revolution through the life of one whose dreams of freedom and equality inspired a nation. As she witnessed France’s terrible disintegration into bloody anarchy, she saw the end of her dream for a republic like that in America and realized too late the depravity of man. Though her life was threatened, Madame Roland bravely stood for virtue and truth until the end. Few have wielded such quiet power as the forgotten heroine of this classic biography. Biography written by John Abbott. 212 pages. Gr. 7–12.

See also our other books in the Abbott Series, classic biographies with lessons from “history makers” carefully woven into the fabric of a thrilling life story. These books that seek to portray the character of their subjects accurately are designed for personal benefit and also recommended for book reports.

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