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Napoleon The Little

Auhtor: Victor Hugo

Language: english
Published: 1909

Genres:

non fiction,  history
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Napoleon The Little':

The Last Moments of Napoleon is a book by Francesco Antommarchi Napoleon Is physician.

Excerpts from the Book 'Napoleon The Little':


... emaciated angles thrown into bold relief by the shaded lamps, a nose large and long, moustaches, a curled lock of hair above a narrow forehead, eyes ...
... of Louis Bonaparte, with the 19th century: the toadstool sprouts at the foot of the oak, but it is not the oak. M. Louis Bonaparte has succeeded. He ...
... They are guardians of the public liberties their functions are gratuitous by Article 22 consequently, they have from fifteen to thirty thousand ...
... gown, shall concoct the thing that, sentence to any fine whatever being well and duly pronounced against me, nothing will equal my disdain for the judgment, ...
... gardens, and appurtenances. What of it. Father, he takes your daughter brother, he takes your sister citizen, he takes your wife, by right of ...
... all mankind. At certain epochs in history, the whole human race, from all points of the earth, fix their eyes upon some mysterious spot whence it seems ...
... on the other side of Place de la Rvolution, replied: 'General, to-morrow we shall be there.'-From, some garrets that look on the stables of the ...
... in the shops.'. Let us conclude with three extracts which it is impossible to transcribe without a shudder:-. 'For the first quarter of an ...
... 'In the uncle's time,' says a witness, 'the soldiers used to call the civilians pkins. At present, we are Bedouins the soldiers massacred the people ...
... long time to come, in a sort of ghastly twilight. It is a crime made up of audacity and darkness here it shows itself impudently in broad daylight there ...
... afterwards finds it for himself. It knows him again, and says to him, Thou didst place me here, and I have awaited thee.. No, this man does ...
... in the memory of men he should be called Revolution,-his name is Mirabeau. III. THE TRIBUNE. From the moment that that man put his foot upon ...
... and Place Bourgogne. Amid the underbrush one distinguishes the box of a sentry. The Corps Lgislatif empties its urn among the reeds, and the water flows ...
... own house, M. Monpelas in his own house, M. Thirion de Mortauban in his own house massacred on the boulevards and elsewhere, shot anybody anywhere, ...
... Isn't it much more simple to crush justice. Isn't it a much shorter way to trample the judges under foot. Indeed, they ask nothing better. they are quite ...
... of Appeal, and the procureurs-general: all the superior magistracy of France. These persons were kept waiting in the ante-chamber. An aide-de-camp ushered ...
... subordinate to the national unity only in respect to acts of general concern so much for the administration. Syndics and upright men arranging ...
... speed because of the increasing light of day,-all this was frightful but what is still more frightful is to think that, at this hour, the nations ...
... that you are. With moral degradation goes political degradation. M. Bonaparte treats the people of France like a conquered country. He effaces the ...
... wings to bear man aloft, which the Lower Empire did not possess. The nieenth century soars, where the Lower Empire crawled. Are you aware of this. What. ...