Dr Guillotine: the eccentric exploits of an early scientist
Explores the French Revolution from the points of view of Joseph Ignace Guillotin, inventor of the machine; Charlotte Corday, an idealist eager to help the cause of the revolutionaries; and Jean-Paul Marat, an impotent yet power-hungry autocrat
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