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Napoleonic Fiction, Drama & Poetry
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Tautphoeus, Jermima (Montgomery), Baroness von (1807-1893)
At Odds (1863) Bavaria in Napoleon's time, the family history interwoven with the disasters of South Germany from Hohenlinden to Hofer’s insurrection in Tyrol. Love plot: how a young man is obliged to marry a girl whom he has compromised by pure accident, while he loves her sister. Their quarrels, especially their political differences, last a long time and coincide with many signal historical events. The romantic interest is intense, from the father’s death at Hohenlinden and the arrival of a French detachment at the Countess’s castle, to the conclusion. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1800-1809.
Taylor, J. E.
By Force of Arms
Teague, John J. ... see Gerard, Morice (pseud.)

Tearle, Christian
Holborn Hill: A Story of Nelson's Day (1909) Interest largely topographical -- Holborn, Highgate, and Kent being the scenes, especially Holborn; the streets, the houses, and the local characters are pictured with the fondness of the native antiquary.  Boswell, Mrs. Garrick, Abernethy, Collingwood and other naval notabilities, the medical staff at “Bart.’s,” etc., are brought before us with various degrees of intimacy. 1803-1805. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Teegan, Thomas Henry
With the Grand Army to Moscow, An Historical Novel (London, 1900)

General Bonaparte: a drama in four acts (London, 1912)

Thackeray, William Makepeace (1811-63)
The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan appeared in The New Monthly Magazine in 1839-40. Set in the first decade of the 19th century, during the Napoleonic era, but takes place in India. Gaslight Digital Ed.

Phil Fogarty: A Tale of the Fighting Onety-Oneth by Harry Rollicker [Gaslight ed.] From Novels by Eminent Hands (1847). Napoleonic war story. Satire of Charles Lever's military stories (Harry Lorrequer stories)

Waterloo [Gaslight ed.] from Little Travels and Road-Side Sketches.

The Second Funeral of Napoleon (1841) [Gaslight ed.]

The Chronicle of the Drum (1841) [Indiana.edu ed.]

Vanity Fair; or A Novel without a Hero (1848) [Project Gutenberg ed.] "Vanity Fair" is not strictly speaking a historical novel, but Thackeray has provided a great historical setting for his characters. He desires to show how history affects his characters rather than how his characters affect history. Though the campaign of Waterloo is presented to us, the author makes no attempt to introduce Wellington or Napoleon, and we hear but distant rumble of guns and we get no nearer to the battle-field than Brussels. The novel is particularly valuable because Thackeray gives, with the truest insight and the greatest precision, a picture, conceived in broad liens, of English society in the early 19th century. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)].

Classic novel of society with an account of the Battle of Waterloo and society's attitude toward it. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Thompson, E. V. (Ernest Victor) (1931-   )
Cassie  (Leicester, 1991)
SUBJECT:   Camp followers -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. Spain -- Fiction.
Tiutchev, F.I. (Fedor Ivanovich) (1803-1873)
Napoleon (Poetry)
The Nieman (Poetry)
Tobi, Egbert Johannes.
Speculant onder Napoleon; roman. (Amsterdam, 1950)
SUBJECT:    Ouvrard, Gabriel Julien, -- 1770-1846 -- Fiction. Fiction, Dutch.
Tognetti, Lorenzo.
Non praevalebunt! (Pio VII e Napoleone Bonaparte) Quattro episodi, epilogo, e un cambiamento di scena ... (Firenze, 1938)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama. Pius - - VII, -- pope, -- 1740-1823 -- Drama. Drama, Italian.
Tolstoy, Lev Nikolaevich (1828-1910)
War and Peace (1865-72) [Friends & Partners Russian Literature ed.] Before Tilsit (1805-7); The Invasion (1807-12); The French at Moscow and Epilogue (1812-1820).  A panorama of Russian affairs, public and private, during the war with Napoleon, in the guise of a family chronicle; as De Vogüé asserts, “a summary of the author’s observations on human life in general.” Portrays a multitude of characters, officers, and men, on both the French and the Russian side, the hostile emperors and their suites, people living quietly in Moscow or on their estates, great people of fashion, serfs, etc. The more important characters are portrayed from the inside, and the reader beholds, through their eyes and coloured by their emotions, the entire life of the nation through this tremendous epoch. Real personages occupy as much space as fictitious; [...] [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]  1805-1820.
War and Peace [Funet Russian Archive ed.]
Torquet, Alexandre.
Les sultanes de Bonaparte : roman (Paris, 1998)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Relations with women -- Fiction. Egypt – History -- French occupation, 1798-1801 -- Fiction. Historical Novel
Tousez, Étienne Augustin, called Alcide (1806-1850)
La vie de Napoléon, racontée dans une fête de village, scène épisodique. (Paris, 1834)
Trease, Geoffrey (1909-   )
Violet for Bonaparte (London, 1976)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon – I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. France -- Kings and rulers – Fiction.
Trelawny, Edward John (1792-1881)
Adventures of a Younger Son (London, 1831) A tale of a Royal Navy midshipman deserting and joining an American privateer sailing under French letter of  marque.
Trench, Herbert (1865-1923)
Napoleon : A play  (London, 1919)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama.
Trollope, Anthony
Le Vendée (London 1850) The struggles and success of the Vendean insurgents during the Revolution. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Troyat, Henri (1911- )
The Brotherhood of the Red Poppy (New York, 1961) At the close of the Napoleonic Era a Russian lieutenant marries and takes to Russia a charming young Parisienne. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Trueba y Cosío, Joaquín Telesforo de (1799-1835)
Salvador, the Guerilla (London, 1834)
SUBJECT:    Spain -- History -- Napoleonic Conquest, 1808-1813 -- Fiction.
Tur, Evgeniia (1815-1892)
The Shalonski Family: A Tale of the Invasion of Russia (1882) (English translation) The quiet country life of a pious Russian and his family, and the troubles created by the irruption of the French; a simple story, related by a young girl. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1812.
Turnbull, Archibald Douglas
Cochrane the Unconquerable (1929)  Novel based on the adventures of Lord Cochrane.
Turnbull, Francese Hubbard Litchfield, Mrs. (Lawrence Turnbull) (d. 1927)
Val-Maria a romance of the time of Napoleon I (Philadelphia, n.d.)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.
Turnbull, Patrick.
A Phantom called Glory. (London, 1961)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.
Tytler, Sarah (1827-1914) (pseud. for Henrietta Keddie)
Logan's Loyalty (1900) A delineation of manners and characters in the days of Waterloo. Logan is the daughter of a Highland laird and his crofter wife, and she elopes with lover belonging to her mother’s class. Turns on the motives of distrust and family estrangement, ultimately followed by a reconciliation. 1815. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Napoleonic Bee
Unruh, Fritz von (1885-1970)
Bonaparte ein schauspiel (Frankfurt am Main, 1927; English translation, 1928 titled Bonaparte)
SUBJECT: Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Drama.
Unsworth, Barry
Losing Nelson (1999) Nominee for the Booker prize. Tale of a contemporary fellow reliving the events of Lord Nelson's life, reenacting battles in his basement, experiencing Nelson's triumphs.
Napoleonic Bee
Vahey, David.
A heroic poem in six cantos, illustrative of the most interesting events that took place in the Battles of Ligny, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo, on the 16th and 18th of June, 1815. Dedicated to Field Marshall the Duke of Wellington ... (Wigan, 1828)
Vallejo-Nágera, Juan Antonio (1926-   )
Yo, el intruso (Barcelona, 1993) Sequel to: Yo, el Rey.
SUBJECT:    Joseph Bonaparte, -- King of Spain, -- 1768-1844 – Fiction. Spain -- History -- Napoleonic Conquest, 1808-1813 -- Fiction. España -- Historia -- Invasión napoleonica, 1808- 1813 -- Novela.
Vallverdú, Josep (1923-  )
Los amigos del viento (Barcelona, 1979) A translation of Els amics del vent. When their father is captured by Napoleon's soldiers, two Catalan children join a former Frenchwoman in an escape by balloon.
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Fantasy. Catalonia (Spain) – Fiction.
Van Herp, Jacques.
Napoléon et l'uchronie (Bruxelles, 1993)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Imaginary histories.
Vázquez Taboada, Manuel
El dos de Mayo, ó, Los franceses en Madrid. Novela histórica (Madrid, 1866) Spanish campaign.
Vekeman, G. (Gustave) (1841-1916)
La guerre de Russie aventures d'un soldat de la Grande Armée (1895)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Juvenile fiction.
Vergés, Oriol.
La chica del tambor (Barcelona, 1980) Versión castellana, traducida del original catalán 'La noia del timbal' por Manuel M. Escriva de Romani. Set in 1808 in Catalonia during the Napoleonic invasion, this is the imaginary story of the heroic daughter of a dentist and her part in the resistance effort.
SERIES:     Los grumetes de la galera
SUBJECT:   Historical fiction, Spanish. Spanish language materials. Spain -- History -- Napoleonic Conquest, 1808-1813 -- Juvenile fiction.
ALT TITLE:   Noia del timbal Spanish.
Vernon, John (1943-   )
Peter Doyle : a novel (New York, 1991)
SUBJECT:  Napoleon, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Relics -- Fiction.
Vignoles, Keith
Dick Burgess of Bosham (1976)  Coastal England preparing for Napoleon’s imminent invasion in 1803. (Juvenile fiction)

A Prisoner of Portchester (1977) French prisoners escape near Portsmouth in 1808. (Juvenile fiction)

Portsmouth Point (1984) A young lad’s adventure aboard a Royal Navy schooner in 1814. (Juvenile fiction)

Vigny, Alfred de (1797-1863)
 Servitude et grandeur militaires: La Vie et la mort du capitaine Renaud, ou, La canne de jonc (1835) translated as Lights and shades of military life [Gaslight ed.] or  available on CD at John Schneider's Napoleonic Literature ed. (London, 1840) and Military servitude and grandeur (NY, 1919) Romantic poet’s treatise on the concept of honour. [PT]
               "La canne de jonc"
               "Laurette"
               "La veille de Vincennes"
Vrieslander, Minni (1889-  )
Napoleon Bonaparte, drama in fünf akten ... (Dachau, München, 1918) Drama.
Napoleonic Bee
Walker, John (fl.1827-1833)
Napoleon (n.d.) Drama.
Wallis, H.M.
Memoirs of a Person of Quality (Fanshawe of the Fifth) (1907) A panoramic picture of England’s dark days as seen by a young gentleman in crack regiment who loves his commission and his money, and spends a year as a labouring man among Irish harvester, mill-hands, Methodist shopkeepers, and Quaker millers.  The amazing indiscipline of the army, the rout of the English at Castlebar by General Humbert, and the disbanding of the Fifth Dragoons; coaching scenes, pugilism, highwaymen, horse-thieves, gypsies, etc.; a murder, a trail on a capital charge, a Church-and-King mob -- all the contrasts are shown between the wanton extravagance of the rich and the brutality and hopelessness of the poor. 1798-1806. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Warry, C. King
The Sentinel of Wessex (1904) Home life in the Isle of Portland at the time of the great war: a lover fighting under Wellesley at Assaye, fears of a descent by Boney, glimpses of the wonders and wickedness of London bringing out the primitive homeliness of this old-world existence. 1803. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Waterman, Charles Elmer (1858- )
Carib queens  (Boston, 1932/1935)
SUBJECT:   Josephine, -- Empress, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, -- 1763-1814 -- Fiction. Haiti -- History -- Fiction.
Watson, H.B. Marriott (Henry Brereton Marriott) (1863-1921)
Chloris of the Island (1900) The indomitable hero fights single-handed against a lawless Irish family, who live in an island stronghold off the Cornish coast, and have dealings with Napoleon.  The sensational plot is complicated by his love-affair with the daughter. 1805. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

The House in the Downs (London, 1914) Smuggling, naval activities, and threat of invasion in the Napoleonic era. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Watson, Helen H. (Herbert, Mrs.)
Andrew Goodfellow: a tale of 1805 (1906) A simple, old-fashioned romance of Plymouth in the days of Nelson, who comes on the scene. An odd, homely, chivalrous naval lieutenant is the engrossing figure; he performs notable services for the heroine, and is fatally wounded at Trafalgar.  We catch a sight of Nelson, the Duke of Clarence, Mrs. Jordan, and other notable people. 1805. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

This is a tale of Plymouth in 1805, giving well-drawn pictures of the England of that day. The reader catches passing glimpses of Nelson, the Duke of Clarence, Mrs. Jordan and other celebrities of the time. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)]

Weber, Waldemar
Der Gott, der Eisen wachsen liess; ein Roman aus der Zeit der Befreiungskriege (Köln, 1913)
SUBJECT: Napoleonic Wars, 1803-1815 – Fiction.
Weiser, Bruce
Nicholas Chenevix Napoleonic naval Series:

The French Imposter (1980) Lieutenant Nicholas Chenevix sent to Cadiz to spy.

Dispatch From Cadiz (1981) Lt. Chenevix is captured.
Welch, Ronald C.  (1909-  )
Captain of Foot. (London, 1959)
SUBJECT:   Peninsular War, 1807-1814 -- Fiction. Spain -- History -- Napoleonic Conquest, 1808-1813 -- Fiction.
Wenger, Susan
The Port-Wine Sea (1999)  Humorous parody of Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey/Maturin series.
Westall, William (1835-1903)
With the Red Eagle: an Historical Romance (1897) Austria and Germany in early 19th century. Resistance of the Tyroleans, led by Hofer, to the French and Bavarians. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

A Red Bridal (1898) Sequel to Red Eagle; Invasion of Germany, 1809. Two war and adventure stories, centring in the career of Hofer and the Tyrolese stand against Napoleon in 1809. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]

An English-Irish soldier joins the Tyrolese revolt. (followed by A Red Bridal). [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Weyman, Stanley John (1855-1928)
Ovington's Bank (London, 1922) The Welsh border after the Napoleonic Wars and during the development of industry. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

The Lively Peggy (1928)

Weymar, Paul
Geliebte Hortense (Frankfurt a. M., 1966) A novel of the romance of Hortense de Beauharnais and Charles de Flahaut. [Comments from Rosemarie Duephans]
Wheatley, Dennis (1897-  )
The Dark Secret of Josephine (London, 1955)
SUBJECT:  Josephine, -- Empress, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, -- 1763-1814 -- Fiction.

The Rape of Venice (London, 1959)
SUBJECT: Venice (Italy) -- History -- French occupation, 1797 -- Fiction.

The Ravishing of Lady Mary Ware (London, 1971)
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction.

Desperate Measures (London, 1974)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.

Wheeler, Thomas Gerald.
A Fanfare for the Stalwart. (New York, 1967) The fortunes and fate of a young trumpeter of Napoleon's Cavalry Guard during the disastrous winter retreat from Moscow.
SUBJECT:  Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns – Russia -- Juvenile fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Russia -- Fiction.
Wheelwrite, Jere Hungerford.
Draw Near to Battle (New York, 1953) The exploits of an American in Napoleon's army. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
Whishaw, Fred
Moscow: A Story of the French Invasion of 1812 (London, 1905) Story of a French and Russian pair of lovers; the French girl enlists, and follows sweetheart through campaign. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1812.
White, John Mcelroy
Napoleon Bonaparte (1919) Drama.
White, Simon
Captain Jethro Cockerill ("Cocky") Penhaligon Napoleonic naval series:
  • The English Captain (1977)
  • Clear for Action (1978)
  • His Majesty's Frigate (1979)
Wilkins, Vaughan
Napoleon's Submarine (1944) Plot to rescue Napoleon from St. Helena.
Wilkins, William Vaughan (1894-1959)
Being Met Together, (New York, 1944) A young American is an agent for Napoleon and tries to rescue him from St. Helena. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
SUBJECT:  Fulton, Robert, -- 1765-1815 -- Fiction. Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 – Fiction.

Lady of Paris. (London, 1956)
SUBJECT:  Tallien, Thérésia Cabarrus, -- 1773-1835 -- Fiction.

Willmott-Dixon, Willmott (1843 - )
The Rogue of Rye (1909) Throws light on the traffic in rescued prisoners from both sides of Channel, especially the détenus, tourists and others who were seized by Napoleon on the outbreak of war.  Scenes, Rye and Winchelsea and the fortress of Verdun, whence an English countess is helped to escape. 1803. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Wilson, T. R. (Timothy R.)
The Straw Tower (New York, 1991)  Sequel to: The Ravished Earth.
SUBJECT:     Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction.
Wilson-Wilson, Theodora
Moll o’ the Toll Bar (1911) A realistic portrayal of rough country life in Cumberland -- sheep-stealing, cock-fighting, persecution by magistrates and overseers, bread riots, press-gangs -- during the Napoleonic wars.  The identity of a famous local character is the pivot of the tale. 1801. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)]
Winterson, Jeanette (1959-   )
The Passion  (London, 1987)
SUBJECT:   Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Fiction. Man-woman relationships -- Italy -- Venice -- Fiction. French -- Russia – Moscow -- Fiction. Soldiers -- France -- Fiction.
Winwar, Frances (1900-   )
The Eagle and the Rock (London, 1956) A fresh story of Napoleon and the people around him. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]
SUBJECT:  Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction.

Napoleon and the Battle of Waterloo (Chicago, 1953)

Wittner, Doris
Drei Frauen; das Liebesleben Napoleons; Roman (Leipzig, 1913)
Wood, Walter
Peter the Powder Boy (1912) Career of a Portsmouth boy, who is caught by the press-gang, sees Trafalgar, and has many creditable adventures later. 1805. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] (Juvenile fiction)
Woodman, Richard (1944-   )
Nathaniel Drinkwater Revolutionary and Napoleonic naval series:
  • An Eye of the Fleet (London, 1981) ca. 1780-1783.
  • A King's Cutter (London, 1982)  ca. 1792-1798.
  • A Brig of War (London, 1983) ca. 1798-1799.
  • The Corvette (London, 1985) In US as Arctic Treachery. ca. 1801-1802.
  • The Bomb Vessel (London, 1984) Battle of Copenhagen, 1801.
  • 1805: A Nathanial Drinkwater Novel (London, 1985) In US Decision at Trafalgar. 1805.
  • Baltic Mission (London, 1986) 1806.
  • In Distant Waters (1988) 1807-1808.
  • A Private Revenge (1989)
  • Under False Colours (1991)
  • The Flying Squadron (1992)
  • Beneath the Aurora (1995)
  • The Shadow of the Eagle (1997)
  • Ebb Tide (1999)

Woodruff, Elvira.
Dear Napoleon, I know you're dead, but--  (Louisville, KY, 1994) Marty receives a surprising reply when he writes a letter describing his spirited but sick grandfather to Napoleon Bonaparte.
PUB TYPE:   Recording
SUBJECT:  Grandfathers -- Fiction. Letter writing -- Fiction. Sick - - Fiction. Talking books for children.
Woods, Margaret Louisa (b.1856)
The King's Revoke: An episode in the Life of Patrick Dillon (London, 1905) An Irishman attempts to rescue Ferdinand VII, rightful king (confined at Valençay), during Joseph Bonaparte's usurpation of the Spanish throne.  Crammed with dramatis personae; among the fictitious stands out the unscrupulous Irishman D’Haguerty, among the historical Talleyrand. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1808-1813.

Sons of the Sword: A Romance of the Peninsular War (1901) Adventures of an Irish girl at Madrid and elsewhere in Spain during the Peninsular War. She comes into contact with Napoleon, who is ably portrayed; Sir John Moore also is introduced. [Comments from Ernest A. Baker's A Guide to Historical Fiction (London, 1914)] 1809-1809.

This stirring romance describes the fortunes of an Irish girl in Spain during the Peninsular War, and their narration sweeps the reader along through startling adventures and exciting enterprises. The historical matter is closely accurate and shows an intimate knowledge of the movements in the war as they are set forth in the various histories and memoirs. The guerilla warfare of the Spaniards and their full-blooded patriotism are excellently described. The story is noteworthy, too, for its portraits of Sir John Moore and of Napoleon, the figure of the latter being a particularly vivid and realistic one. 1808-1809. [Comments from Buckley & Williams' A Guide to British Historical Fiction (London, 1912)]

The Spanish Lady (1927) The various effects of a romance between Wellington and a lovely Spanish lady. [Comments from McGarry & White's World Historical Fiction Guide (Metuchen, NJ, 1973)]

Wright, Wilson (pseud.) ... see Reitzel, William

Wusowski, Cornelia
Die Bonapartes (München, 1993) Epic novel of the Bonaparte family, the complete story from Carlo and Laetizia's wedding to Napoléon's death. [Comments from Rosemarie Duephans]
Wynne, May (pseud.) ... see Knowles, Mabel Winifred

Napoleonic Bee
Napoleonic Bee
Yaffa, Yosef (1853-1915)
Napoleon der 1ter, oder, Di geheymnis fon Frantsoyzishen hoyf (New York, 1890?)
Yonge, Charlotte Mary (1823-1901)
Kenneth; or, The Rear Guard of the Grand Army (1850) Tale of a young brother and sister, children of a Scot officer in the Czar’s service and a French mother, living in Moscow, who are caught up in Napoleon's retreat from Moscow. 1812-1813 (Juvenile fiction)
Napoleonic Bee
Zadonskii, Nikolai Alekseevich.
Denis Davydov; istoricheskaia khronika. ([Moskva] , 1955)
SUBJECT:   Davydov, Denis Vasilevich, -- 1784-1839. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Russia -- Fiction.
Zagoskin, M.N. (1789-1852)
Roslavlev, ili, Russkie v 1812 godu. (Moskva, 1831) translated as Roslavlev or the Russians in 1812 (1831) Russian campaign.
Zeise, Franz.
Die 40 Kanonen von Les Sablons; sieben Stunden eines denkwürdigen Tages. (Berlin, 1939)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Fiction, German. France -- History – Revolution, 1795 -- Fiction.
Zeromski, Stefan (1864-1925)
Popioly: powiesc z konca XVIII I poczatku XIX wieku (Chicago, 1920) Poland in the Napoleonic wars.
Zhukovsky, Vasilii Andreevich (1783-1852)
The Minstrel in the Russian Camp (London, 1821) Poem.  "Zhukovsky accompanied the Russian army from Moscow, and wrote the piece just before the battle on the Tarutina." (Bowring, 1821).
Zielinski, Gustaw (1809-1881)
Manuela: opowiadanie starego weterana z kampanii napoleonskiej w Hiszpanii (Warszawa, 1910) Spanish campaign.
Zotov, Rafail (1795-1871)
Leonid, ili, Nekotorye cherty iz zhizni Napoleona : roman (Moskva , 1994)
SUBJECT:   Napoleon -- I, -- Emperor of the French, -- 1769-1821 -- Fiction. Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Campaigns -- Russia -- Fiction.

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.







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