napolean

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September 1, 2016

 

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He wrote the following in a book called Le Grand (named after the soldier): "He had an eye as clear as the sky, which could read in the hearts of men; it saw all the things of this world at once, whereas we others see them only successively and, at that, only their tinctured shadows. The forehead was not so clear: the spirits of future battles hovered there, and occasionally a movements flashed across his brow: the creative thoughts, the great seven-league thoughts with which the emperor's spirit strode invisibly across the world?and I believe that any one of these thoughts would have given a German writer material enough to last a lifetime!" A Christian by the name of Dietrich Grabbe looked at Bonaparte as a "tragic Titan", that is motivated by great ideals but slaughtered by his time period...
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The forehead was not so clear: the spirits of future battles hovered there, and occasionally a movements flashed across his brow: the creative thoughts, the great seven-league thoughts with which the emperor's spirit strode invisibly across the world?and I believe that any one of these thoughts would have given a German writer material enough to last a lifetime!" A Christian by the name of Dietrich Grabbe looked at Bonaparte as a "tragic Titan", that is motivated by great ideals but slaughtered by his time period...
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