2 edition of Napoleon in love found in the catalog.
Napoleon in love
R. F. Delderfield
1959 by Hodder and Stoughton in London .
Bibliography: p. 253-254.
|Statement||R. F. Delderfield.|
|LC Classifications||DC204 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||254 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||59004312|
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Pataki tells the true story of Desiree Clary, a 19th-century Frenchwoman who fell in love with Napoleon Bonaparte, who went on to become the French Emperor and then broke her : Ally Mauch.
The story follows Desiree, a young girl seeking romance in a world of politics. Her first love, as the title states, being Napoleon Bonepart whisked her away into the world of politics and war.
The entire book is the story of her life from almost beginning to end. The book is full of surprises making every page turn an excitement/5(86).
Delderfield describes the six most important women in Napoleon's love life, as well as many others. They impacted his life and what he did in his empire.
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With Ian Holm, Billie Whitelaw, Peter Bowles, Ronald Hines. A dramatized account of Napoleon's (Sir Ian Holm's) love life and his many women.
From first love, marriage, and betrayal with Josephine (Billie Whitelaw), liaisons with actresses, his love for the beautiful patriotic Marie Walewska (Catherine Schell), Napoleon in love book his second marriage to Austrian Marie-Louise (Susan /10(64).
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Napoleon was constantly joking to his family and entourage, even in the most dire situations. Scores of examples pit this book. Napoleon’s love affair with Josephine has been presented all too often in plays, novels and movies as a Romeo and Juliet story: in /5(10).
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Napoleon's love life involved Josephine Bonaparte. He was strongly in love with her. Napoleon first met her in a salon (in ), which was similar to a social event at the time.
Josephine was not so in love with him at first, but she thought he would make a good husband. (5) They got married in the year The love affair of Napoleon and Josephine was so explosive their passionate letters have been immortalised in countless books and films — there are said to be more books about Napoleon than any.
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The novel begins in in a French army camp in Boulogne. Henri is a teen, freshly recruited for Napoleon’s army and eager to go. He ends up a kitchen boy and personal waiter to Napoleon, which leaves him practically breathless with joy and pride.
His personal love of and devotion to Napoleon is not unusual. THE NAPOLEONIC WARS BOOK This is popular history at its most engrossing.
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The book ends with the events ofa time of fragile international peace, when Napoleon divorced his first wife, empress Joséphine, and wed Austrian princess Marie Louise.
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