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Napoleonic Fiction, Drama & Poetry
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Ibsen, Henrik (1814-1841)
Terje viken (1861, 1897 ed.) [Gaslight ed.] A tale in verse of the English blockade of Norway.
Inchbold, A. Cunnick (Mrs. Stanley Inchbold)
Phantasma (1906) Love-romance of Bonaparte and the daughter of a Mameluke Bey at the time he was in great straits and relinquished his grandiose plans of Eastern conquest to return to France. General Kleber is almost equally prominent. A strong spiritualist element. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1795-1799.
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Janetschek, Ottokar (1884-1963)
Der Herzog von Reichstadt : Napoleons Sohn : Ein historischer Roman (Zürich, 1930)

Josephine und ihr General (Berlin, 1932) A noval about Napoleon and Josephine's marriage.

Jefferies, Ian (pseud. Ira J. Morris)
The Rake and the Rebel (1967) UK title The Troika Belle. Adventures of a young Russian nobleman who is forced to flee because of an unintentional killing in the Napoleonic era. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Jensen, Wilhelm (1837-1911)
Deutschland in Not (Deutsche Männer) Geschichtlicher Roman aus dem Jahre 1809 (Leipzig, 1920) Germany in the Napoleonic wars.
Johnson, David (1927-   )
Sabre General, the Memoirs of Colonel Philippe de Maunoury : a novel  (London, 1959) American ed (New York, W. Sloane Associates) The Proud Canaries. A cavalryman tells of Napoleon's European campaigns from 1806 to 1809. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
SUBJECT:  Lasalle, Antoine Charles Louis, -- comte de, -- 1775-1809 -- Fiction. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Jókai, Mór (1825-1904) 
The Nameless Castle (1891) A romance of mystery and adventure, French and Magyar, telling how a daughter of Marie Antoinette sought an asylum in a Hungarian stronghold, and how Napoleon’s emissaries gave chase. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
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Kaisenberg, Moritz Leopold Ludolf von (1837-1910)
Bonaparte; die Geschichte eine Liebe des ersten Napoleon, historischer Roman (Berlin, 1906)
SERIES:   Napoleon I. und seine Zeit; eine Sammlung historischer Romane 
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Fiction, German. 
Kane, Harnett Thomas (1910- )
The Amazing Mrs. Bonaparte: a novel based on the life of Betsy Patterson (1963) Outcome of the romantic marriage of the Baltimore beauty, Betsy Patterson to Jerome Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Karatygin, P.P. (Petr Petrovich) (1832-1888) 
Zakolovannoe zerkalo roman (S.-Petersburg, 1886) Russian campaign; Alexander I.
Kaye, Michael W.
Devil's Brew (1912) Social unrest caused by economic insecurity following Waterloo. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Keddie, Henrietta ... see Tytler, Sarah (pseud.)

Kennan, George (1845-1924) ed.
Folk-Tales of Napoleon: Napoleonder from the Russian; The Napoleon of the people from the French of Honoré de Balzac (1902)
Kent, Alexander (1924-  )
   Richard Bolitho Naval series:
  • Richard Bolitho, Midshipman (1975)

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  • Midshipman Bolitho and the Avenger (1978) 

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  • Midshipman Bolitho (1995)

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  • Stand into Danger (1980)

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  • In Gallant Company (1977)

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  • Sloop of War (1972)

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  • To Glory We Steer (1968)  Captain Bolitho's British frigate scores successes against the French and Spanish in the Caribbean during the American Revolution. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

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  • Command a King's Ship (1973) 

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  • Passage to Mutiny (1976) 

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  • With All Dispatch (1988) 

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  • Form Line of Battle! (1969) Able captain Bolitho commands a ship-of-the-line in action off the coast of France during the French Revolution in 1793. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

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  • Enemy in Sight! (1970)  Daring Captain Bolitho both participates in a blockade of the French coast and travels to South America. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

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  • The Flag Captain (1971)  Bolitho serves as flag captain for a British admiral during an effort to penetrate the Mediterranean in the difficult year of 1797. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

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  • Signal, Close Action! (1974)

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  • The Inshore Squadron (1977) 

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  • A Tradition of Victory (1981)

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  • Success to the Brave (1983) 

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  • Colors Aloft! (1986)

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  • Honour This Day (1987) 

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  • The Only Victor (1990)

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  • Beyond the Reef (1992) 

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  • The Darkening Sea (1993)

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  • For My Country's Freedom (1995

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  • Cross of St. George (1996) 

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  • Sword of Honour (1998)

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  • Second to None (1999)

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Kenyon, Frank Wilson (1912-  )
Emma (1955) The Emma of the title is Lady Hamilton, well-known for her scandalous romance with Lord Nelson. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

The Emperor's Lady; a novel based on the life of the Empress Josephine (New York, 1952) A story of the Empress Josephine, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
SUBJECT:  Josephine, -- Empress, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, -- 1763-1814 -- Fiction. Martinique – Fiction

My Brother Napoleon : the confessions of Caroline Bonaparte (London, 1971) The story of Caroline Bonaparte, Napoleon's charming, scheming sister, who manipulated men and events to attain her own ends. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Fiction.

Kern, Erich (1906-   )
Der Marsch ins Nichts : Roman (Berlin, 1938)
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. 
Kingston, William Giles (1814-1880) 
From Powder-Monkey to Admiral: A Story of Naval adventure (1883) A tale of naval adventure closing with the peace that followed Waterloo. 1812-1814 [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction) 

Will Weatherhelm; or the Yarn of an Old Sailor (London, 1859) Naval adventures of Shetlander before and during Napoleonic wars. (Juvenile fiction) 

Marmaduke Merry, the Midshipman, or My Early Days at Sea: A tale of naval adventure in bygone days (1863) Story of a midshipman serving during the Napoleonic wars. (Juvenile fiction) 

Adrift in a Boat (1869) Two English boys washed out to sea and picked up by French privateer, many adventures and escapes, set during the Napoleonic wars. (Juvenile fiction) 

Sunshine Bill (London, 1870) Young Bill Sunnyside’s adventures on board a sloop-of-war in the West Indies during the Napoleonic wars.

The San Fiorenzo and her Captain; narrated by Admiral M---, (1874) Account of a ship's experiences during the Mutiny at the Nore, 1797.

Kleist, Heinrich von (1777-1811)
Die Marquise von O ... (n.d.) [German Gutenberg Ed.]
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Kloppers, P. J. 
De jonge tamboer : eene geschiedenis uit de dagen van Napoleon I (Nijmegen, 1900)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.
Klos, A. 
Ostatni akt. (Napoleon Bonaparte w dolinie Swietej Heleny). Trzy odslony dramatyczne. (Warsaw, 1912)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821. Drama (Polish).
Knowles, Mabel Winifred (1875-1949) pub. under pseud. May Wynne
A Spy for Napoleon (1917) Shows conspiracy against the revolutionary government and the spy system of Fouché. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Koginov, IUrii. 
Tainyi agent imperatora : Chernyshev protiv Napoleona (Moskva, 1996)
SUBJECT:    Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction.
Komroff, Manuel (1890-   )
Waterloo : a novel  (Toronto, 1936) Napoleon's escape from Elba and his smashing defeat at Waterloo. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Elba and the Hundred Days, 1814-1815 – Fiction. Waterloo, Battle of, 1815 -- Fiction. 

Magic Bow (1940) Career of the great Italian violinist, Paganini, during the Napoleonic period. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Feast of the Jesters (1947) A troupe of French actors who entertained during the Congress of Vienna. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Konshin, Nikolai (1793-1859), Grech, Nikolai (1787-1867) and Zotov, Rafail (1795-1871)
Tri starinnykh romana : v dvukh knigakh (Moskva, 1990) 2 vols.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references. kn. 1. Leonid, ili, Nekotorye cherty iz zhizni Napoleona / R. Zotov -- kn. 2. Chernaia zhenshchina / N. Grech. Graf Oboianskii, ili, Smolensk v 1812 godu / N. Konshin.
SUBJECT: Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Russian fiction -- 19th century. Historical fiction, Russian. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Soviet Union -- Fiction. Soviet Union -- History -- Alexander I, 1801-1825 -- Fiction.
Krasnov, P. N. (Petr Nikolaevich) (1869-1947)
Napoleon and the Cossacks  (New York, 1931)
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Russia -- Fiction. Russia -- History -- Alexander I, 1801-1825 – Fiction.
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Lambdin, Dewey. 
The King's Coat : the naval adventures of Alan Lewrie (1989)
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The French Admiral (1990)

King's Commission

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The King's Privateer (1992)

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Gun Ketch

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H.M.S. Cockerel : an Alan Lewrie naval adventure (1995)

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A King's Commander : the naval adventures of Alan Lewrie (1997)

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Jester's fortune : an Alan Lewrie naval adventure (New York, 1999)
SUBJECT:   Lewrie, Alan (Fictitious character) -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 Great Britain -- History, Naval -- 18th century Great Britain -- History, Naval -- 19th century 

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King's Captain (2000)

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Landau, Mark Aleksandrovich ... see Aldanov, Mark Aleksandrovich (pseud.)

Landells, Richard. 
Night of Napoleon (London, 1972)
Fiction.
Langlois, Jacques (1875-   )
La première conquête de Bonaparte; comédie en 1 acte. (Paris, 1913)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama. Drama (French) >
Lapouge, Gilles (1923-   )
La bataille de Wagram ([Paris], 1986); translated at The Battle of Wagram (London, 1989)
SUBJECT:    Wagram, Battle of, 1809 -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. 
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Larguier, Léo (1878-1950)
Les Bonaparte; tragédie lyrique en trois tableaux et en vers ... (1928)
Laurent, Karol. 
Kilka lat z panowania Napoleona I : roman historyczny (Chicago, 1905)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.
Lee, Albert 
The Emperor's Trumpeteer (1907) Robespierre had been the lover of the hero’s mother, and sent the man she married to the guillotine. Later, she became the instrument of Robespierre’s death, and Napoleon then rising befriended her and her little son. The boy eventually entered Napoleon’s service and became his trumpeter. Pictures of France during Napoleon’s rise. The hero goes into Spain with the Army of France, escapes the guerillas, takes part in the disastrous march into Tyrol, and the great march to Moscow. The great silent city is pictured in the interval between its desertion by the Russians and its occupation by the French. Then follows a description of the burning city, and the homeward march of the battered army. The more generous side of Napoleon’s character is presented. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1782-1812.
Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan 
The Room at Dragon Volant [Gaslight ed.] from Through the glass darkly (1872) Eerie tale set in the Paris countryside following Waterloo.
Leguizamón, Martiniano (1858-1935)
La luna de miel de Bonaparte ... (B[ueno]s Aires, ?)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Leighton, Robert (1859-1934) 
With Nelson in Command: A Story of Adventures in the Battle of the Baltic (1905) Nelson, Hyde Parker, Hardy, and “the gallant good Riou” are among the characters. 1801 [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)
Leiko, Marija (1887-1937)
Marija Valevska; Napoleona drama 5 celienos ar epilogu. (Riga, 1934)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama.  
Lenormand, Frédéric (1964-   )
L'odyssée d'Abounaparti : roman (Paris, 1995)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Egyptologists -- France – Fiction. Egypt -- History – French occupation, 1798-1801 -- Fiction. 
Le Nôtre, G. (1855-1935) (pseud. for Gosselin, Louis L.T.)
The House of the Combrays (1903) The Chouans, Georges Cadoudal, etc. More of an historical study than a novel, the author scrupulously adhering to fact even in matters of detail, and making careful investigation. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1804-1814.
Lepelletier, Edmond Adolphe de Bouhelier (1846-1913)
Taina Napoleona (1994) 
SUBJECT:    Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.

Madame Sans-Gêne : a romance : founded on the play by Sardou and Moreau  (London, 1895)

Le Poitevin de l'Egreville, Auguste (1791-1854)
L'homme du siècle; évenemens historiques en quatre actes et quinze tableaux. (Paris, ?)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama.
Lèrmontov, Mikhail Yurievich  (1814-1841) A Russian Hussar Poet, and like Pushkin, killed in a duel.
Borodino (Poetry) and Borodino [Gaslight ed.]
The Last Flitting (Poetry)
The Ghost Ship (Poetry)
Two Giants (Poetry)
Lesterman, John. 
A Sailor of Napoleon : a tale of the sea (London, 1927) The progress of a young man serving in the French Navy, from Midshipman to Captain, while carrying out important missions for Napoleon.
SUBJECT:  Sea stories – Fiction.
Lever, Charles James (1806-1872) 
Tom Burke of "Ours" (Dublin, 1843-1844) (Author listed as Harry Lorrequer, pseud.; from Our Mess: vol. II.) A story of Irish soldiers on service abroad, the Peninsular chapters founded largely on Napier’s history of the war. Opens in Ireland, and has the usual measure of Irish anecdote; the sketches from French life based on Lever’s own experiences. Napoleon's portrait is carefully drawn, and the campaigns of Austerlitz and Jena are described with considerable fullness. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1783-1812. 

Charles O'Malley, the Irish Dragoon (Dublin: 1840-41) Vivid, rollicking adventures of military life and hard-drinking, fox-hunting Irish society. (Chapter LXXXVIII is "Patrick's Day in the Peninsula & Chapter  LXXXIX. "Fuentes d'Onoro" [Gaslight ed.]) [PT]; A story of the Peninsular War, a medley of boisterous fun, humorous character, love-making, and martial adventure, many being good stories redressed.  The great war amid which these scenes are enacted, and the romantic countries and inhabitants of Portugal, Spain, and France, afford a great variety of scenery, of adventure, and of comic and tragic incident -- the interest never flags for a moment. The humorous figure Major Monsoon is a real personage, who was actually present at occurrences that Lever could never otherwise have heard about. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1804-1814.

This rollicking story of the adventures of an Irish dragoon and his servant, Mickey Free, abounds in scenes of tragedy and comedy in the romantic setting of France, Spain and Portugal. Some of the incidents are based on actual fact and the book as a whole gives an animated picture of the reckless bravery and gaiety of an Irish subaltern and his comrades in the fighting line. 1808-1814. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)]

Maurice Tiernay: A Soldier of Fortune (Dublin: 1852) Napoleonic wars, the French attempt on Ireland under Humbert, the capture and death of Wolfe Tone, etc.  1793 – 1809. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

Jack Hinton (Dublin, 1843-1844) Vol. I of Our Mess. A farrago of love-making, adventure, and rollicking humour. Full of portraits, e.g. Curran, and others nearly as well known in their day; Father Tom Loftus (sketched from Rev. Michael Comyns), a not overdrawn portrait of the jolly Irish priest; Tipperary Joe, another humorous character from low life; Corny Delaney, Mrs. P. Rooney, etc., all taken from life. 1804-1814. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer (Dublin, 1839)

The O’Donoghue (Dublin, 1845) Portrays the decaying gentry at the time when French emissaries were stirring up discontent and the armament led by Hoche was in preparation. The story ends with the disastrous end of the expedition in Bantry Bay. The selfish old chief of the O’Donoghues, brooding in his ruined tower over the lost glories of his house, the moody son tempted and betrayed by the detestable miscreants who made a traffic in conspiracy, are melancholy creatures of tragedy. The vain attempts of a rich Englishman to ameliorate the condition of his tenants produce a sad comedy, the young ladies provide love-making of a genteel romantic kind, and there is a plenteous flow of spontaneous Irish humour. 1796. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

Lewalter, Ernst (1892- )
Waterloo; oder, Der Epilog des Kaisertums. (Berlin, 1936)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Elba and the Hundred Days, 1814-1815 -- Fiction. Waterloo, Battle of, 1815 -- Fiction. 
Lewis, Edgar Donald. 
Swordsman of Napoleon and Alsace. (New York, 1956)
SUBJECT:  Proskine, Jean -- Fiction. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Lewis, Paul (pseud.) ... see Gerson, Noel Bertram

Leys, Simon (1935-   )
The Death of Napoleon  (New York, 1992) Translation of La mort de Napoléon.(Paris, 1986) Won the London Independent Foreigh Fiction Award in 1991. Tale of Napoleon placing a look-a-like in his place and escaping from St. Helena only to fall adrift as an "average" soldier in the world he helped create.
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Leyst, Carl (1864 - )
Hoche und Bonaparte : Drama in vier Akten ... (1914) Drama.

Gneisenau und Napoleon : historisches Schauspiel in vier Akten (1933) Drama.
Lo Duca, Guiseppe  (1905-  )
Journal secret de Napoléon Bonaparte, 1769-1869 (Paris, 1949)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Jomini, Antoine Henri, -- baron de, -- 1779-1869 -- Fiction. 
Locmaria, Noël Marie Victor Du Parc, comte de (1791-1881)
Les guerillas (Paris, 1834) Fictional account of guerrillas in Napoleon's peninsular campaigns.
Lofts, Norah (1904-   )
To See a Fine Lady (1946) Rise of an ambitious dairy-maid on a farm in post-Napoleonic Essex. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

A Rose for Virtue; the very private life of Hortense, stepdaughter of Napoleon I, mother of Napoleon III (Garden City, NY, 1971)
SUBJECT:   Hortense, -- consort of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, -- 1783-1837 -- Fiction.

Loiseau, Georges
L'envol de l'aigle; pièce en un acte, en prose ... (1933) Drama.
Luhmann, Heinrich (1890-  )
Flucht durch Preussen; novelle. (Bielefeld, Leipzig, 1939)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Luke, Peter. 
The Other Side of the Hill : a novel of the Peninsular War  (London, 1984)
SUBJECT:   Smith, Harry George Wakelyn, -- Sir, -- 1788-1860 -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 – Fiction. Peninsular War, 1807-1814 -- Fiction. Fiction in English, 1945- - Texts 
Lysiak, Waldemar (1944-  )
Kolebka (Paznan, 1974)
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns – Fiction. 


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