Tag Archives: Eugene Isabey

napoleon: romantic muse and not amused

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. So said Dickens. But it was. As Napoleon began his rather blood-soaked, chaotic ¬†and passionate rule of France he met the force of two women , “femmes fatales” … Continue reading

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A SALTY DOG FLOATS ON

‘All hands on deck, we’ve run afloat!’ I heard the captain cry ‘Explore the ship, replace the cook: let no one leave alive!’ Across the straits, around the Horn: how far can sailors fly? A twisted path, our tortured course, … Continue reading

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