The Incomparable Joseph Roth Imagines Emperor Napoleon S Last Grab At Glory, The Hundred Days Spanning His Escape From Elba To His Final Defeat At Waterloo This Particularly Poignant Work, Set In The First Half Of 1815 And Largely In Paris, Is Told From Two Perspectives, That Of Napoleon Himself And That Of The Lowly, Devoted Palace Laundress Angelica An Unlucky Creature Who Deeply Loves Him In The Hundred Days, Roth Refracts The Deep Sorrow Of Their Intertwined Fates.Roth S Signature Lyrical Elegance And Haunting Atmospheric Details Sing In The Hundred Days There May Be, As James Wood Has Stated, No Modern Writer Able To Combine The Novelistic And The Poetic, To Blend Lusty, Undamaged Realism With Sparkling Powers Of Metaphor And Simile.
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- 224 pages
- The Hundred Days
- Joseph Roth
- 11 June 2017 Joseph Roth