Máximas y pensamientos by Napoleon

By Napoleon

L. a. reconocida afinidad de Balzac por el genio de Napoleón hace de él un cualificado intérprete de los abundantes escritos con los que el Emperador acompañó sus decisiones, desvelándonos su vocación de escritor al mismo tiempo que traza el testamento político de uno de los personajes más relevantes del siglo xix.

 A lo largo de las páginas de este libro, las reflexiones de Napoleón transitarán, de acuerdo con el plan trazado por Balzac, desde el enérgico desafío de quien aspira a dominar el mundo hasta el orgulloso desengaño de quien asiste desterrado a los angeles catástrofe. Surgirán así rules sobre las masas, los angeles opresión, l. a. ethical, l. a. ley e incluso el rol del azar en nuestras vidas.


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