Napoleon and the British.
By focusing on various British reactions to Napoleon, Semmel reveals a fascinating new way to view the political and social stew that characterized the war period. Draws from a plethora of primary sources, including political pamphlets, speeches, books, magazines, songs, poems, caricatures. When engaging in excesses of ideology in political speech, does a nation lose the ability to understand itself? Yale University Press. 2004. Publ at $45. Hb, Dj. NEW. $30.00