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eBook Napoleon: One Image, Ten Mirrors (Narrative memory: The Quiason Monograph Series) ePub

by John C. Hirsh,Roberto Severino

  • ISBN: 0970079710
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  • Author: John C. Hirsh,Roberto Severino
  • Publisher: Georgetown University, Faculty of Languages and Linguistics (2002)
  • Pages: 262
  • ePub book: 1606 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1185 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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Author(s) : HIRSH John . SEVERINO Roberto.

Author(s) : HIRSH John . This book, which includes ten essays, is an attempt to show Napoleon through the mirrors of ten different national cultures, namely, French, Italian, Arab, Spanish, German, Balkan, British, Polish, Russia, American. The authors are American academics, for the most part at Georgetown University. This book is ideal for the student wishing to get a feel for the Napoleonic 'legend'. John C. Hirsh is Professor of English at the University of Georgetown.

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