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The Boar and The Leopard: A Novel of Napoleon, Wellington, and the Struggle of Waterloo
     

The Boar and The Leopard: A Novel of Napoleon, Wellington, and the Struggle of Waterloo

by David H.C. Carter
 

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The Boar and The Leopard is a work of creative non-fiction that takes a look at the Battle of Waterloo from the lens of fictional characters. Highlighting the brilliant careers of both Napoleon and Wellington, the novel gives a view of the atmosphere of war enveloped Europe in the early 19th century. Author David H. C. Carter takes the reader on a journey through

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The Boar and The Leopard is a work of creative non-fiction that takes a look at the Battle of Waterloo from the lens of fictional characters. Highlighting the brilliant careers of both Napoleon and Wellington, the novel gives a view of the atmosphere of war enveloped Europe in the early 19th century. Author David H. C. Carter takes the reader on a journey through time, starting with the struggling French nation as it rises out of the ashes of the revolution to is Imperial days and the decline at Napoleon Bonaparte’s influence and power. Epic events such as the French invasion of Russia and the disastrous retreat that followed are catalogued along the way giving the reader a feel for the uncertainty of the times that existed during the reign of one of the world’s most infamous figures.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469104003
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
08/26/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
688 KB

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