Welcome to Katherine’s Guide to Searching the Web for Badass, Bisexual 17th-Century Swordfighting-Opera Singers.
This site is probably my favorite site of all the ones I visited. The writing style was . . . unconventional, but despite that it told the most accurate depiction of her story I have yet seen. I really quite enjoyed this article and you’ll find that many other sites/articles about her quote it.
This site is where I first learned about Madame du Maupin, simply because I was scrolling through the internet and stumbled upon this gem of a website. Dedicated to reporting the women too badass, violent or unknown to have movies made about them, it’s a great article if you want to learn about her.
This site is the most extensive and informative of all the sites I visited. It’s the longest article, with plenty of sources. I quite appreciated the writing style, which was professional yet not boring or plain. If you want to get the most relevant and accurate information, this site would be the best.
This site is dedicated to famous opera singers, so I was really pleased to find Madame du Maupin on it. Again, an unconventional writing style (seems to happen a lot with Julie . . wonder why.)
A really great article which, along with copious illustrations, focuses not only on her life and tales but also on the effect she had on society and the questions about her life/gender/adventures. It’s handy if you want to know more about the whole ripple affect of her life.
One of the more sophisticated articles written about her. It’s a good read, and it captures the mystery and enigmas that surrounded her life. Illustrations included.
This is a website entirely dedicated to Madame du Maupin. The article on Eldacur originally led me to this, since the author has a big interest on her life. While it hasn’t been updated in a while, it’s still got valuable info.
This little article was something I found while browsing tumblr quite by accident. It’s short, but a lot of condensed information and opinions shoved into five paragraphs.
Ah yes, good ol’ wikipedia. Some teachers will scorn you for using this, but I found it quite helpful. You can also find links to the different operas she acted in and movies/plays done about her.