Book Reviews of The Death of Napoleon

The Death of Napoleon
The Death of Napoleon
Author: Simon Leys, Patricia Clancy (Translator)
ISBN-13: 9780374135652
ISBN-10: 0374135657
Publication Date: 9/1992
Pages: 129
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Picador
Book Type: Hardcover
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Humerous, but short (maybe that's the way it should be, he already escaped from exile once. The book needs fleshing out - its very short, and the description above just about covers every plot line.
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Based on the theory that Napoleon had escaped St. Helena, by use of a look-a-like, this is an entertaining, little novel not to be taken seriously. It inspired the equally delightful movie entitled "The Emperor's New Clothes".
I highly recommend both.
reviewed The Death of Napoleon on + 399 more book reviews
Based on the theory that Napoleon had escaped St. Helena, by use of a look-a-like, this is an entertaining, little novel not to be taken seriously. It inspired the equally delightful movie entitled "The Emperor's New Clothes".
I highly recommend both.
reviewed The Death of Napoleon on + 399 more book reviews
Based on the theory that Napoleon had escaped St. Helena, by use of a look-a-like, this is an entertaining, little novel not to be taken seriously. It inspired the equally delightful movie entitled "The Emperor's New Clothes".
I highly recommend both.
reviewed The Death of Napoleon on + 399 more book reviews
Based on the theory that Napoleon had escaped St. Helena, by use of a look-a-like, this is an entertaining, little novel not to be taken seriously. It inspired the equally delightful movie entitled "The Emperor's New Clothes".
I highly recommend both.
reviewed The Death of Napoleon on + 399 more book reviews
Based on the theory that Napoleon had escaped St. Helena, by use of a look-a-like, this is an entertaining, little novel not to be taken seriously. It inspired the equally delightful movie entitled "The Emperor's New Clothes".
I highly recommend both.