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Napoleon and Talleyrand
|Statement||by Émile Dard; translated by Christopher R. Turner.|
|Contributions||Turner, Christopher Rede, 1877-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 367,  p.|
|Number of Pages||367|
Once a supporter of the Revolution, after the fall of the monarchy, he fled to England and then to the United States. Talleyrand returned to France two years later and served under Napoleon, and represented France at the Congress of Vienna. Duff Cooper's classic biography contains all the vigor, elegance, and intellect of its remarkable subject/5(30).
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Talleyrand, I mean, obviously not Napoleon. Talleyrand-Perigord touches somehow on the lives of all French men and women, and many English, Scottish, Swiss and other nationals from the Revolution to the reign of Louis-Philippe. I think the title of the book is Cited by: 4.
The book winds down with Talleyrand’s service to the re-instated Bourbon’s and then governments post ‘The Days’. We are then taken through his years of retirement and eventual passing. It’s quite a short book given the subject, but very digestible to those wanting an opening read on the man/5(57).
In line with Duff Cooper’s classic Talleyrand fromDavid Lawday in Napoleon’s Master: A Life of Prince Talleyrand hails him as a master politician and true patriot who helped rid the world of Napoleon. “In all but the cut of the sabre it is Talleyrand quite as much as the Duke of Wellington who halts Napoleon,” Lawday writes.
This book came across as a partial but authoritative biography of a fascinating character - Talleyrand, born an aristocrat, ordained a bishop under Louis XVI of France, a leading member of the Revolutionary rulers, Napoleon's chief adviser, the restored Louis XVII's chief adviser, then ambassador to England, and, finally, on his deathbed /5.
Let’s move on to your next book. This is Duff Cooper’s biography of the diplomat Talleyrand, whose political life encompasses the rise and fall of Napoleon and beyond. Talleyrand had a totally extraordinary political life. He supported six different separate regimes in his career and, naturally, got a reputation for being a turncoat.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Talleyrand by Duff Cooper Unique in his own age and a phenomenon in any, Charles-Maurice, Prince de Talleyrand, was a statesman of outstanding ability and extraordinary contradictions.
He was a world-class rogue who held high office in five succes. Napoleon and Talleyrand. New York, London, D. Appleton-Century Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, prince de Napoleon and Talleyrand book Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, prince de Bénévent: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
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Dwyer; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» From church establishment figure to revolutionary, supporter of Napoleon Bonaparte to promoter of the Bourbon Restoration, the twists and turns of Charles Maurice Prince de Talleyrand’s remarkable career through one of the most turbulent periods of French and European.
Talleyrand is a tough brief in that regard-- the man writes so elegantly and sharply that mediocre writers just end up stringing together the bon mots-- not Cooper, whose own cleverness is on display, particularly in the descriptions of the Congress of is an older book, and does not make use of the last 70 years of research, so its 5/5(5).
Napoleon eventually soured on him—in Cooper’s telling, mostly because Napoleon became an autocrat who couldn’t tolerate Talleyrand’s differing views—and eventually Talleyrand worked to undermine the Emperor and arrange his defeat before the assembled might of the European powers.
Charles-Maurice Tallyrand Perigord. French Politician Prince of Benavente - One of the most influential diplomats of the era, Talleyrand was described by Napoleon Bonaparte as "a piece of dung in a silk stocking''.
He was a friend of all and a friend of none and was in constant contact with all sides and factions during one of Europe's most tumultuous periods. Napoleon's master: a life of Prince Talleyrand User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
One of the key players in the momentous events of European history, Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-PÃƒÂ¯Ã‚Â¿Ã‚Â½rigord is best known as chief adviser to NapolÃƒÂ¯Ã‚Â¿Ã‚Â½on. He was also instrumental in Read full review5/5(1).
Talleyrand by Duff Cooper; While this book is not specifically about Napoleon, it examines the early 19th century through Tallyrand.
Tallyrand was the French Foreign Minister for multiple French regimes and one of the most interesting and remarkable diplomats of the 19th century. The French campaign in Egypt and Syria (–) was Napoleon Bonaparte's campaign in the Ottoman territories of Egypt and Syria, proclaimed to defend French trade interests, seek further direct alliances with Tipu Sultan, weaken Britain's access to India, and to establish scientific enterprise in the was the primary purpose of the Mediterranean campaign ofa series of Location: Egypt, Levant.
Napoléon et Talleyrand. Paris: Libraire Plon,  (OCoLC) Named Person: Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, prince de Bénévent; Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, prince de Bénévent; Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord; Napoleon, Frankreich Kaiser I.
Unique in his own age and a phenomenon in any, Charles-Maurice, Prince de Talleyrand, was a statesman of outstanding ability and extraordinary contradictions. He was a world-class rogue who held high office in five successive regimes. A well-known opportunist and a notorious bribe taker, Talleyrand's gifts to France arguably outvalued the vast personal fortune he amassed in her service.4/5(2).
As the "cult of Napoleon" rose in France, Talleyrand, along with Fouche and Marshal Marmont became reviled, the hated betrayers of the Emperor-- never mind that the Emperor was bleeding France white in pusuit of his own personal glory. As a consequence, this book, written in the s by a British diplomat, to some extent reintroduced the /5(51).
Talleyrand à Vienne is the title of the new edition of Reconstruction. These more historical works, relevant to the current importance of the Napoleonic commemorations, are somewhat simplistic in relation to the ambitious nature of the author's political and philosophical project.
About The Book. Unique in his own age and a phenomenon in any, Charles-Maurice, Prince de Talleyrand, was a diplomat and statesman of outstanding ability and extraordinary contradictions.
At once bishop and libertine, iconoclast and traditionalist, he made himself indispensable and held high office in five successive reigns. B/w & sepia; 20 Vols: NAPOLEON + TALLEYRAND. of [Napoeleon] 2 Titles (20 Vols of 21). ++ NAPOLEON. 16 Vols: The Life Of Napoleon Bonaparte by William Hazlitt, (Vols I-VI) ; Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourienne (Vols VII-X) ; Memoirs of Madame Junot (Duchesse D’Arbantes) (Vols XI-XVI).
++ MEMOIRS OF THE PRINCE DE TALLEYRAND. 4 Vols (of. Napoleon dubbed him ""Shit in a silk stocking""; historians, albeit impressed with his cunning, have not on the whole found him a very attractive figure.
Not so Bernard whose meticulously researched biography depicts Talleyrand as a statesman who selflessly and consistently placed the interests of France above the partisan intrigues of her. Talleyrand returned to France two years later and served under Napoleon, and represented France at the Congress of Vienna.
Duff Cooper’s classic biography contains all the vigor, elegance, and intellect of its remarkable subject.—Print : Wagram Press. Talleyrand (under Napoleon) Talleyrand (under Napoleon) Alexander I. Talleyrand (in Middle Age) Louis XVIII.
Prince Metternich: Talleyrand (under Louis XVIII.) Charles X. Louis Philippe: Talleyrand (at London, in ) Talleyrand (Dantan’s Caricature-Bust) Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-P rigord was a French diplomat. He worked successfully at the highest level (usually as foreign minister) for the regime of Louis XVI, through several governments of the French Revolution and then for Napoleon, Louis Brand: Bronson Tweed Publishing.
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand (tăl´ērănd´, Fr. shärl mōrēs´ də tälāräN´-pārēgôr´), –, French statesman and into the high nobility, he was early destined for the Roman Catholic Church because of a childhood accident that left him partially lame.
Without a doubt, hands down: Napoleon: A Life by Andrew Roberts I cannot stress this enough. I remember distinctly being in the shower one morning. As these things often go, a seemingly random thought popped into my head.
I tried making a list ‘ga. Napoleon famously described him as "shit in a silk stocking", though Talleyrand's previous English biographer, Duff Cooper, reverses the order of good and bad qualities: "wisdom coated with vice". The Talleyrand emerging from Lawday's book is a long-lived bon viveur whose uncanny gift for political survival carried him comfortably through the Author: Ruth Scurr.
Buy Napoleon's Master: A Life of Prince Talleyrand First Edition / First Impression by Lawday, David (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(26). The Hundred Days threatened to ruin Talleyrand’s work. He pleaded once again Louis’ cause and signed a manifesto stating that ‘Napoleon was the enemy and disturber of the peace of the world’.
Although relations between Louis and Talleyrand deteriorated slightly, Talleyrand was imposed upon Louis by the allies as Président du Conseil. Talleyrand is a biographer's dream.
The barely believable trajectory of the ancien-régime aristocrat who became a bishop, then a prominent revolutionary, then Napoleon's foreign minister, then Author: Adam Zamoyski.
A more recent study into the relationship between Talleyrand and Napoleon is set out in Barbara Norman Makanowitzky's book, Napoleon and Talleyrand: The Last Two Weeks (New York, ). It describes the events which took place between March 23 and April 5but contributes nothing new despite the author's very apparent archive work.
Condition: Good with no dust jacket. 48 lbs B/w & sepia; 20 Vols: NAPOLEON + TALLEYRAND. of [Napoeleon] 2 Titles (20 Vols of 21).
++ NAPOLEON. 16 Vols: The Life Of Napoleon Bonaparte by William Hazlitt, (Vols I-VI) ; Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourienne (Vols VII-X) ; Memoirs of Madame Junot.
Book Description. From church establishment figure to revolutionary, supporter of Napoleon Bonaparte to promoter of the Bourbon Restoration, the twists and turns of Charles Maurice Prince de Talleyrand’s remarkable career through one of the most turbulent periods of.
Talleyrand, bearer as well of the ideas of the «Age of Enlightenment» as of the ideals of the Revolution, is the character of several periods and even several by the uses, the lifestyle and the thoughts of the «Ancien Régime» he is also largely open to liberal ideas.
Political visionary, ignoring the judgments of his contemporaries, this illustrious person passionate. In Januaryhaving envisaged with Fouché the demise of the emperor, Talleyrand is the object of this famous scene where Napoleon, back in catastrophe from Spain, expresses to him his contempt and accuses him of treason.
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord: was the leader of the French delegation. He almost managed to position the defeated France as an equal negotiation partner at the Congress of Vienna. Napoleon Bonaparte’s escape from Elba and France’s defeat in the battle of. Charles Maurice de Talleyrand - As the French foreign minister under Napoleon, Talleyrand played politics so well that he managed to stay in office throughout the two following regimes.
Duke of Wellington - The British commander who, along with Blucher, took primary credit for defeating Napoleon at Waterloo. Talleyrand quickly established himself as a trusted adviser to Napoleon, who responded by enriching him.
But as Lawday persuasively shows, Talleyrand soon soured on the aggressive Corsican, believing he was interested more in personal glory and military conquest than in achieving any balance of power in Europe—or in accepting any rational Author: David Lawday.Once a supporter of the Revolution, after the fall of the monarchy, he fled to England and then to the United States.
Talleyrand returned to France two years later and served under Napoleon, and represented France at the Congress of Vienna. Duff Cooper's classic biography contains all the vigor, elegance, and intellect of its remarkable subject/5(4).Napoleon's Master: A Life of Prince Talleyrand.
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