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Clisson and Eugenie by Napoleon Bonaparte, Armand Cabasson


Clisson and Eugenie by Napoleon Bonaparte, Armand Cabasson

Triumphant on the field of battle, Clisson turns his back on worldly success. He falls in love and marries and Eugenie, but how long will their love survive? The tragic story of Clisson and Eugenie reveals one of history's great leaders to also be an accomplished writer of fiction. Written in an eloquently Romantic style true to its period, the story offers the reader a fascinating insight into how the young Napoleon viewed love, women and military life.

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Publication date

20th December 2009


Napoleon Bonaparte, Armand Cabasson

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Gallic Books


86 pages


Historical fiction



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