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However, Voltaire only acknowledged Marguerite insofar as he claimed “all these fights were fought for women.”
Although Jean won the duel and succeeded in defending Marguerite’s honor, the event would take on a controversial life of its own in the following centuries.
The film splits its focus between Le Gris, Jean, and Marguerite, with Le Gris and Jean’s portions of the story written by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and Marguerite’s written by Nicole Holofcener.
However, despite this split focus, Marguerite clearly emerges as the story’s true protagonist.
Le Gris and Jean had once been close friends, but their relationship turned to rivalry over a dispute regarding land Marguerite’s family owned.
“I remember people coming in with a cake to pay the bill,” recalls Cordice's daughter, Marguerite.The Black and White Men Who Saved Martin Luther King’s Life|Michael Daly|January 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
During the time I knew Marguerite, there was only one moment in which I truly felt any compassion for her.
Marguerite Claverie Oswald was, indeed, a difficult and bizarre woman.
Marguerite hoped it would be the prelude to a book she wanted to write, and asked if I could get it published somewhere.
Without missing a beat, Marguerite replied, “That will be another two hundred dollars.”
And in spite of myself I began to feel melancholy over the fate of Marguerite Gautier.
Marguerite was a pretty woman; but though the life of such women makes sensation enough, their death makes very little.
Marguerite had a marvellous portrait of herself, by Vidal, the only man whose pencil could do her justice.
Marguerite, alone at Bagneres with her maid, and not being in any fear of compromising herself, granted the duke's request.
Marguerite was always present at every first night, and passed every evening either at the theatre or the ball.