Napoleon the Little: Easyread Large Bold Edition

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Nov 28, 2008 - Literary Collections - 360 pages
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Hugo's Napoleon the Little is a satirical comparison of Napoleon I and II, published in 1852. Earlier was monument of leadership, while latter a complete failure. During his reign, France went to an edge of ruin. This conscience-shaking work with references from other sources is illuminating for readers of all times!
 

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Contents

Book I
1
Mission of the Representatives
12
Notice of Expiration of Term
14
Men Will Awaken
19
Boigraphy
24
Portrait
28
In Continuation of the Panegyrics
37
Book II
50
What an Orator Is
216
What the Tribune Accomplished
218
Parliamentarism
221
The Tribune Destroyed
224
The Absolution First Phase
227
The Diligence
228
Scrutiny of the Vote A Reminder of Principal Facts
230
Who Really Voted for M Bonaparte
243

The Senate
53
The Council of State and the Corps Legislatif
56
The Finances
60
The Liberty of the Press
62
Novelties in Respect to What Is Lawful
65
The Adherents
69
Mens Agitat Molem
74
Omnipotence
82
The Two Profiles of M Bonaparte
87
Recapitulation
92
Book III
103
Extract from an Unpublished Book
106
The Other Crimes
159
Sequel of Crimes
169
What 1802 Would Have Been
188
The Jacquerie
193
Parliamentarism
202
Mirabeau
204
The Tribune
206
The Orators
209
Influence of Oratory
214
Concession
246
The Moral Side of the Question
248
An Explanation for M Bonapartes Benefit
253
Axiom
259
Wherein M Bonaparte Has Deceived Himself
261
Second Phase The Oath
266
Difference in Price
270
Oaths of Scientific and Literary Men
273
Curiosities of the Business
276
The 5th of April 1852
279
Everywhere The Oath
285
Progress Contained In The Coup detat
288
The Four Institutions That Stand Opposed to the Republic
293
Slow Movement of Normal Progress
295
What an Assembly Would Have Done
298
What Providence Has Done
302
What the Ministers Army Magistracy and Clergy Have Done
305
The Form of the Government of God
306
First Part
307
Second Part
329
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