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H he sails is rerouted from Bordeaux to Antwerp When Napoleon disembarks he is on his own He revisits the battlefield of Waterloo now a tourist destination He makes his way to Paris Mistakes misunderstandings and mishaps conduct our puzzled hero deeper and deeper into the mystery of Napole A piece of superb original writing that highlights Napoleon's uniue gifts in fictitious form

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The Death of Napoleon New York Review Books ClassicsAs he bore a vague resemblance to the Emperor the  sailors on board the Hermann Augustus Stoefferhad nicknamed him Napoleon And so for convenience that is what we shall call him      Besides he wasNapoleonNapoleon has escaped from St Helena leaving a double behind him Now disguised as A wonderfully supple constantly shifting narrative that edges from political thriller into hallucinatory conundrum with a mischievous wit and finely calibrated emotional tone that weaves from bleakly absurd to wildly if slightly ueasily uplifting Little than a short story and easily read at a sitting a small but faultless gem