Characters developed by the French Revolution. - Madame Roland. - Gratien Phlippon. - His repinings at his lot. - Views of Phlippon. - His hostility to the Church. - Origin of the French Revolution. - Character of Madame Phlippon. - Birth of Jane Maria. - Adored by her parents. - Discontent of Phlippon. - His complainings to his child. - Early traits of character. - Love of books. - Jane's thirst for reading. - Her love of flowers. - Jane's personal appearance. - Thirst for knowledge. - Intellectual gifts. - A walk on the Boulevards. - Phlippon's talk to his child. - Youthful dreams. - Influence of Jane's parents over her. - Education in convents. - Jane sent to a convent. - Parting with her mother. - Madame Roland's account of her first night in the convent. - Jane's books of study. - Her proficiency in music and drawing. - Scenes in the convent. - Impressions made by them

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