Literature on the Age of Napoleon Website



Napoleonic Fiction, Drama & Poetry
Napoleonic Bee
Maass, Edgar (1896-1965)
Imperial Venus: A novel of Napoleon’s favorite sister (1946) A story of one of Napoleon's sisters, Pauline. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Mackenzie, Faith Compton.
Napoleon at the Briars (London, 1943)
SUBJECT:     Napoléon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.
Mackenzie, W.C. (William Cook) (1862-1952)
The Shirra: A Tale of the Isles (1910) Adventures in the Western Isles among smugglers and French and American privateers in the time of Napoleon, with some fair drawing of canny Scots character in a small seaport.  1812. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Mackin, Jeanne 
Dreams of Empire: A novel of Napoleonic Egypt (New York, 1996) Tale of a female artist who joins the group of scholars who accompany Napoleon on his Egyptian expedition.
MacMurrough, Sorcha
Scars Upon Her Heart: A Novel of the Napoleonic Wars (1998) A Lady and her brother flee Ireland and end up on the road with Wellington's Army.
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Mahl, William
Madame, His Mother, a play in three Acts (Binghamton, NY, 1931) A play about Napoleon and his mother.
Makarova, Sofia (1834-1887)
Groznaia tucha : romany  (Moskva, 1994) Originally published: S.-Petersburg : Izd. A.F. Devriena. Includes "Sueta suet" (p. 5-118). Sueta suet -- Groznaia tucha. 
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Russia -- Fiction. Russia -- History -- Catherine I, 1725-1727 -- Fiction. Russia -- History -- Peter II, 1727-1730 -- Fiction. Russia -- History -- Alexander I, 1801-1825 -- Fiction. 
Malling, Mathilda Kruse (1864-1942) 
     Wrote a number of novels in this time frame; 
A Romance of the First Consul (1895) Translation.  A tragic story of an imaginary amour of Bonaparte’s with a high-minded Royalist girl; the historical details are the fruit of careful study. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1799-1802. 

Doña Ysabel: roman (København, 1898) Spanish campaign. 

The Governor's Wife [Madame Junot] pictures from the imperial court of France, 1806-1807 (NY, 1904)

Mallinson, Allan.
A Close Run Thing : a novel of Wellington's army of 1815 (New York, 1999) Matthew Hervey of the Light Dragoons series.
SUBJECT:  Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. Great Britain -- History, Military -- 19th century -- Fiction.
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Honorable Company: A Novel of India (U.K. title The Nizam's Daughters)(London & New York, 2000) Matthew Hervey of the Light Dragoons series.

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Manceron, Claude. 
Le tambour de Borodino : roman  (Paris, 1974)
 SUBJECT:    Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Russia -- Fiction. 

A peine ... un printemps; un merveilleux amour sous les cent jours (Paris, 1956) Translated as So Brief a Spring; a magnificent story of the Hundred Days (New York, 1958) and Barely one Springtime (London, 1958) The "Brief Spring" is Napoleon's one-hundred-day bid to regain his former power. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Manning, Anne (1807-1879)
Diana's Crescent (1868) A domestic story of the time of Nelson's campaigns, 1803-1805. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)
Manzoni, Alessandro (1785-1873)
Il Cinque Maggio (1832) [CRS4 Edition] Poetry.

Il Cinque Maggio [LIBERLIBER edition]

Marcellino, Fred
I, Crocodile (New York, 1999) When a Nile crocodile is brought back to Paris by the Emperor Napoleon, it must not only struggle to get enough to eat, but escape from being eaton, too. (Juvenile fiction)
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Marryat, Frederick, Captain (1792-1848) Biography of Marryat
The Naval Officer; or Scenes and Adventures in the Life of Frank Mildmay (London, 1829) A sea novel, made up of Marryat's experiences as a midshipman under Lord Cochran on board the Impérieuse; and written on board the Ariadne. In two and a half years’ service he is said to have seen fifty engagements, many very brilliant, and it is a life of perpetual adventures and activity that is here described. Certain naval notabilities are supposed to be sketched among the characters. The book is not, however, mere autobiography; the plot is purely fictitious, and so is the vicious hero. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
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The King's Own (London, 1830) His first book, Frank Mildmay, was made up of reminiscences in the form of fiction; this, constructed of like materials, is more of a novel.  In the opening chapters is a very full narrative of the mutiny at the Nore (1797), followed by the adventures of a daring smuggler who impresses the young hero into his crew.  In this novel occurs the famous story of an English captain who deliberately loses his frigate on a lee shore, in order to wreck a French line-of-battle ship. 1797. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

This novel, constructed from the author's reminiscences, contains in its early chapters a very ample and well-written account of the Nore mutiny. The rest of the story is concerned with deeds of daring on the high seas; an adventurous smuggler and a heroic English captain are two interesting studies. 1797. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)]

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Peter Simple (London, 1833-34) Peter Simple, foolish younger son is packed off to the Navy; based on the exploits of Lord Cochrane. 

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Mr. Midshipman Easy (London, 1836) [Bibliomania ed.] Chapter XI of Mr. Midshipman Easy. Coming of age naval story that gives a vivid idea of active service during the great war. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] Easy is said to have been inspired by Cochrane’s youthful adventures. [PT]

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Percival Keene; A Tale of the Sea (London, 1842)

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These are all nautical romances dealing with life on board British men-of-war before the advent of steam and chiefly during the Napoleonic wars. Crammed with incident, based largely upon the author's own experiences, these narratives give us a vivid picture of the personnel of the British navy, in, and out of action. The author introduces several humorous characters into his work but does not shirk the disagreeable side of naval discipline, and his stories depict, with detailed realism, those qualities of courage, seamanship, tyranny, cruelty, recklessness and goodfellowship, all of which combined to render the British navy so formidable a fighting instrument. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)]

Marsh, Frances 
A Romance of Old Folkestone (1906) Story of a god-daughter of Marie Antoinette and playmate of the royal family of France and her marriage to an English admiral. Nelson, Lady Hamilton, Romney and Talleyrand are among characters. 1792-1858.  [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Marshall, Emma (1828-1899) 
A Romance of the Undercliff; or, The Isle of Wight in 1799 (1891) Tale of the escape of a French prisoner. 1799. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)
Marthold, Jule Adolphe de (1842-1927) 
History of a Bearskin (1893) (Juvenile fiction)
Masefield, John (1878-1967)  Poet laureate of England, 1930
Jim Davis (London, 1926)  A tale of British smuggling at the end of the Napoleonic wars.
Mason, Carl Reutti. 
The Clash of Steel; a Story of Napoleon and his time. (New York, 1901)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. France -- History -- Consulate and Empire, 1799-1815 -- Fiction.
Maury, René. 
Albine : le dernier amour de Napoléon (Paris, 1998)
SUBJECT:   Montholon, Albine de, -- 1779 or 80-1848. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Captivity, 1815-1821. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 --  Relations with women. Poisoning -- Saint Helena. France -- Kings and rulers -- Mistresses – Biography. Biography – Fiction
Maxime-Léry (1885-   )
La Maréchale Sans-Gêne; pièce en un acte. (Paris, 1935)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama. Lefebvre, Catherine, -- duchesse de Dantzig -- Drama. Drama, French.
Maxwell, W.H. (1792-1850)
Stories of Waterloo, and other Tales (London, 1829) Farrago of Irish stories, sensational, with a dash of Hibernian character and local colouring.  ca. 1815. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

The Bivouac, or Stories of the Peninsular War (London, 1837) Similar in style to Stories of Waterloo; short stories of Badajoz, Vittoria, etc. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]  (including these chapters: VI, "The Storm of Badajoz" [Gaslight ed.], and XI, "The Major's Story".) 

Rambling recollections of a soldier of fortune (Dublin, 1842)

May, Karl Friedrich (1842-1912) 
Die Liebe des Ulanen: Roman aus der Zeit des Deutsch-Französischen Krieges (5 vols) 1. Die Herren von Königsau (1905); 2. Napoleons letzte Liebe (1905); 3. Der Kapitän der Kaisergarde (1905); 4. Der Spion von Ortry (1905 or 1906); 5. Durch Kampf zum Sieg (1906). (Dresden; first published in shortened installments in 1883-1885)

Le corsaire; (Radebeul bei Dresden, 1917)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Fiction, German. 
OTHER:    Parny, François, translator.

Der Weg nach Waterloo (1883) The adventures of a soldier, Hugo von Greifenklau, between the years 1814 to 1815.

May, Werner (1903-  )
Buchhändler Palm ein deutsches Heldenschicksal aus dem Jahre 1806 (Breslau, 1935)
SUBJECT:  Palm, Johann Philipp, -- 1768-1806 – Fiction. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- German and Austrian Campaign, 1805 -- Fiction.
Maynard, Kenneth
     Napoleonic Naval series featuring Lamb: 
Lieutenant Lamb (London, 1984)
First Lieutenant (London, 1985) 
Lamb In Command (London, 1986) 
Lamb's Mixed Fortunes (London, 1987)
Mayow, Robert Wynell (1777-1817)
The Abdication of Ferdinand, or, Napoleon at Bayonne; an historical play, in five acts (London, 1809)
SUBJECT: Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, 1769-1821 -- Drama. Ferdinand -- VII. -- King of Spain -- 1784-1833 -- Drama.
McAulay, Allan (pseud. for Charlotte Stewart (1863 - )
The Eagle's Nest (1909) An attempt “to puzzle out the secret” of Napoleon by a character study of his early years in Corsica, when he was alternately supporting and intriguing against Paoli. 1779-1792. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
McCrae, George Gordon (1833-1927)
"Berlin (Lines on a platinum Napoleonic medal of 1806 found several years ago in Melbourne)" [Setis ed.] From The Fleet And Convoy and Other Verses (Melbourne, 1915)
M’Donnell, Randal
Kathleen Mavourneen: a Memory of the Great Rebellion (1898) The events that led to the rebellion, Wolfe Tone and his visit to America (1795), the French invasion; then the insurrection in Wicklow, the rebel repulse at New Ross, capture of Lord Edward Fitzgerald and death in goal. 1795-1798. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
McDonough, James R. (1946-   )
The Limits of Glory : a novel of Waterloo (Novato, CA, 1991)
SUBJECT:     Waterloo, Battle of, 1815 -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. Great Britain – History, Military -- 19th century -- Fiction. 
McIlwraith, Jean N. (1859-1938)
A Diana of Quebec (Toronto & London, 1912) This story presents a striking picture of Quebec toward the end of the Independence War. The historical element is both accurate and suggestive, and among the many authentic character portraits is one of Nelson in the earlier days of his career. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)]
McKenney, Ruth (1911-   )
Mirage.  (New York, 1956)
SUBJECT:  Saint-Victor, Rémi Marie Émile Vivant -- Fiction. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 – Egyptian campaign, 1798-1799 -- Fiction.
McManus, Miss L.
Nuala: the Story of a Perilous Quest (1908) Nuala, daughter of the head of the O’Donnells, a general in the Austrian service who is killed at the battle of Arcole, is commanded to save the Cathach, the battle-book of the O’Donnells, Princes of Tirconnell, deposited with the Franciscans at Louvain.  The Cathach is the famous Psalter, believed to be in the writing of St. Columcille or Columba (6th century), encased in a silver shrine by Cathbar O’Donnell (16th century), and now in the Library of the Royal Irish Academy.  General Hoche figures in Nuala’s thrilling adventures. 1796-1797. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)
Meacham, Ellis K.
     Percival Merewether Napoleonic naval series: 
The East Indiaman (1968) 
On the Company's Service (1971) 
For King and Company (1976) 
Meade, L.T. (1854-1914) 
Corporal Violet (1912) A young Napoleonic soldier during the Hundred Days, closing with Waterloo. [HG] 1815. (Juvenile fiction)
Meinert, Anneliese
Vielgeliebte Therese (Darmstadt, 1965) A novelization of the life of Thérèsia Tallien. [Comments from Rosemarie Duephans]
Mélon, Pierre. 
Les forbans de l'empereur. (Paris, 1944)
SUBJECT:    Napoleon – I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Proposed invasion of England, 1793-1805 -- Fiction. 
Melville, Herman (1819-1891) 
In the Desert  [Gaslight ed.] (poem from Timoleon Etc., New York: Caxton Press, 1891)
Billy Budd (1924) [Bibliomania.com ed.] Set during the 1797 British naval mutinies at Spithead and Nore.
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Mengershausen, Heinrich von
1814 : ein Volksschauspiel in fünf Akten (1927)
Merriman, H. Seton (pseud. Hugh Stowell Scott) (1862-1903) 
Barlasch of the Guard (1903) Side scenes of  Napoleon's Russian Campaign -- the spy system that made Europe a network of intrigue; the plots of émigrés and patriotic Prussians; adventures of private soldiers, like Barlasch, the devoted, war-worn soldier of the Guard. Opens at Danzig with the marriage of a young lieutenant in Napoleon’s secret service to the daughter of an émigré, who is head of a secret society. Describes the gallant defence of Danzig by Rapp. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1812.
Merville (Camus, Pierre François, called) (1785-1853) & Francis
A 21 ans!, ou, L'Agonie de Schoenbrünn : drame en un acte musique de M. Adrien ; représenté, pour la premère fois, sur le Théâtre de l'Ambigu-Comique, le 19 août 1832. (1832)

At Twenty One Years of Age! or, The Agony of Schoenbrunn (1832) by Mr. Merville & Francis; translated and adapted by Frank J. Morlock.

Methley, Violet M. 
The Loadstone (London, 1914)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Meynet, Fernand.
Napoléon: drame historique en cinq actes et neuf tableaux. (Paris, 1902)
SUBJECT:  Drama (French)
Michaëlis, Sophus (1865-1932) 
Den evige søvn (København, 1912) translated as 1812: Wieczny sen: powiesc (Warszawa, 1913)
Miln, Louise Jordan (1864-1933)
The Purple Mask; adapted from the play "Le chevalier au masque" of MM. Paul Armont and Jean Manoussi (New York, 1918)
OTHER:  Armont, Paul, b. 1874. Chevalier au masque. Manoussi, Jean.
Mockler-Ferryman, Augustus Ferryman (1856-1930) 
Lads of the Light Division: A Tale of the Peninsular War (1909) The battle of Talavera (July, 1809), the lines of Torres Vedras, and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo (January, 1812), Badajos, surprise of Almaraz, etc. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1809-1812 (Juvenile fiction)
Moissi, Alexander (1879-1935)
Der Gefangene (vorläufiger Titel) : Drama in 5 Akten (1930)
Moncayo, Abelardo (1848-1917)
Cuando Bolívar y Napoleón se hablaron-  (Quinto, 1919)
SUBJECT:  Bolívar, Simón, -- 1783-1830. -- Fiction Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821. – Fiction Imaginary conversations
Monstery, Thomas Hoyer (1824-1902) 
Mourad, the Mameluke: or, The three swordmasters: a Tale of the Grand Army (New York, 1881)
Montorgueil, Georges (1857-1933)
La cantinière (France--Son histoire) (Paris, 1897)
SUBJECT:  France – History, Juvenile. 
OTHER:  illustrated by Job (1858-1931)
Moore, Dorothea 
Brown: A Story of Waterloo Year (1905) A sensational story of smugglers and preventives in Cambridgeshire fens. Attack on French prisoners of war. 1815 [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)

The Luck of Ledge Point (1909) Experiences of two girls during the threatened Napoleonic invasion, 1805. Scene, Ledge Point, Cornwall. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction) 

Morawska, Zuzanna (1848-1922)
Sprzymierzency: powiesc dla mlodziezy z roku 1812 (Warszawa, 1913) (Juvenile fiction)
Mordovtsev, D.L. (Daniil Lukich) (1830-1905) 
Dvienadtsatyi god: istorichesii roman v trekh chastiakh (S.-Petersburg, 1885) Russian campaign.
Morris, Gilbert. 
A Gathering of Eagles (Wheaton, Ill., 1998)
SERIES:   The Wakefield dynasty ; 7 Morris, Gilbert. Wakefield dynasty ; 7. 
SUBJECT:   Family -- England -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. Great Britain -- History – 1800-1837 -- Fiction. 
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Morris, Ira J. (pseud.) ... see Jeffries, Ian

Moxon, Lloyd M. 
Before the Wind, A Novel of Conflict at Sea (Garden City, NY, 1978)
 SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Proposed invasion of England, 1793-1805 -- Fiction. Great Britain – History, Naval -- 18th century – Fiction. 
Mühlbach, Luise (1814-1873) (pseud. for Klara Mundt) 
A Trilogy (Napoleon in Deutschland) on the theme of Prussia's humiliation by Napoleon, the persevering efforts of the Queen Louisa to keep alive the patriotism of her fellow countrymen, and the great uprising of Prussia and Europe which overthrew Napoleon in 1814. The French victories of Jena and Auerstadt are followed by Napoleon’s entry into Berlin, the treaty of Charlottenburg, the alliance of Napoleon and Alexander of Russia, the peace of Tilsit, and the conference of Erfurt. Finally, the European conspiracy to put down the French invader is described, and the uprising of Germany, the battles of Bautzen, Katzbach, and Leipzig, the passage of the Rhine, battle of La Rothière, surrender of Paris, and Napoleon’s abdication. Conspicuous figures are Queen Louisa and Napoleon, Frederick William III, the Archduchess Maria Louisa, Hardenberg, Metternich, Blücher, Josephine, Talleyrand, Stein, Countess Walewska, Alexander of Russia, Ferdinand von Schill, and the literary men Goethe, Körner, and Johannes von Müller. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]  1804-1814. 
  • Louisa of Prussia and her Times (1872) 
  • Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia (1868) 
  • Napoleon and Blücher (1868) 


The Empress Josephine: an Historical Sketch of the Days of Napoleon (1867) [Gutenberg Digital Ed.] From her birth in Martinique, but begins to be fully historical only with Josephine’s removal to France and Bonaparte’s departure from Corsica in 1779. Not only a detailed memoir of Josephine and her husband -- warmly favouring Josephine -- but also a picture of the Revolution, the ruin of the royal family, and national and European events following. 1763-1814. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

Queen Hortense; a life picture of the Napoleonic era 

Andreas Hofer (1868) Hofer's career from the capture of Innsbruck to his betrayal and death. The Emperor Francis and the Archduke Charles are among the historical figures; and besides a full account of the guerilla fighting of the Tyrolese among their mountains there are descriptions of the general military events, including the battle of Wagram. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1809-1810.

Müller, Caesar. 
Napoleon bei Hanau : historische Novelle (Hanau, 1841)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Munro, Neil
Gilian the Dreamer (1899) Scottish Highland village life just after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Murphy, James (1839-  )
The Shan Van Vocht: a Story of the United Irishmen (1883)  One of Murphy’s characteristic melodramas. Wolfe Tone’s dealings with the French, and the French attempts on Ireland, especially the capture of Admiral Bompart and Wolfe Tone off Lough Swilly. 1798. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

The House in the Rath (1886) The United Irishmen and Wolfe Tone’s negotiations with Paris. Atrocities of the yeomanry in Ireland, battle of Camperdown, and other exciting incidents.  Lord Edward Fitzgerald and Oliver Bond are among the characters. 1796-1797. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

Napoleonic Bee
Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821.
Napoleon wrote fiction. (New York, 1972)  Early influences on Napoleon's attitude to literature.--Napoleon's literary education.--The evolution of Napoleon's style.--The hare, the hound and the huntsman.--On suicide.--A meeting at the Palais Royal.--Love of glory and love of country.--Dissertation on royal authority.--Notes from the History of England.--The Earl of Essex.--Notes on Marigny's History of the Arabs.--The mask of the prophet.-- New Corsica.--Republic or monarchy.--Dialogue on love.-- Discourse to the Academy of Lyon.--A madrigal.--Supper in Beaucaire.--Clisson and Eugénie.--A checklist of the writings of Napoleon (p. 166-171)--Select bibliography (p. 172-173) 
Naso, Eckart von (1888- 1976)
Die Begegnung; Novelle (Bielefeld, 1936) 
SUBJECT:  Luise, -- Queen, consort of Frederick William III, King of Prussia, -- 1776-1810 -- Fiction. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. 
Needle, Jan
     William Bentley Napoleonic naval series:
A Fine Boy for Killing (1979)
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The Wicked Trade (1998) 
Neuzil, František. 
Prsten  (Praha, 1959)
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Czechoslovakia -- Moravia -- Fiction. Moravia (Czechoslovakia) -- Fiction. 
Newbolt, Henry John (1862-1938)
Taken from the Enemy (1892) A tale of London and the sea concerned with an attempt to rescue Napoleon from St. Helena. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Nezelof, Pierre. 
Napoleon and his son;  (New York, 1937) Translation of Le fils de l'Aigle, Napoléon II.
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 Bonaparte, François-Charles-Joseph, -- Herzog von Reichstadt, -- 1811-1832 – Fiction 
Nieritz, Gustav (1795-1876) 
The Little Drummer, or, Filial affection: A story of the Russian campaign (New York, 1853) (Juvenile fiction)
Nievo, Ippolito (1831-1861)
Le Confessioni di un'Italiano [Digital Edition: LiberLiber] (translated as The Castle of Fratta) The fading days of the aristocracy during the time of Napoleon. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Nodier, Charles (1780-1844) 
La Napoléone (Paris, 1802) Satirical novelette; Anti Napoleon.  Appeared in London émigré paper Ambigu, October 1803. 

Histoire des sociétés secrètes de l'armée, et des conspirations militaires qui ont eu pour objet le destruction du gouvernement de Bonaparte (Paris, 1815, as by Anonymous); (London, translation 1815) Fiction.

Northumberland, Alan Ian Percy, Duke of (1880-1930)
La Salamandre; the story of a vivandière (Edinburgh, 1934)
Norway, George 
A Prisoner of War: A Story of the Time of Napoleon Bonaparte (London, 1895) English prisoners of war in France and attempts to rescue them. 1804. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)
Noyer, Prosper-M.
La république, l'empire et les cent- jours, pièce en quatre actes et en seize tableaux (Paris)

L'homme du siècle, événemens historiques en quatre actes et quinze tableaux, précédés du 13 vendémiaire, prologue d'une grande historie (Paris, 1834)

Austerlitz, événemens historiques en trois époques et huit tableaux (Paris, 1837)


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