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article a ajouter quand Library est en forme: https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/rich19710

The Fury Archives: Afterlives of the Female Incendiary

(pp. 31-67)

The women were ugly, to be sure, but not quite ugly enough, or not as ugly as one might have expected, a somewhat regretful Léonce Dupont recalled, in what would become a standard account of the fourth military tribunal of the Paris Commune, the first of the trials to be devoted to the female communards. Indeed, it seems that the five women produced by the court that day were quite a disappointment. For Dupont, the accused were “not hideous enough, not old enough, not criminal enough to inspire horror.”¹ This overt lack of monstrosity did not stop the author from...