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Inhaltsangabe: 'To live through Josephine - that is the story of my life.' So wrote the young General Bonaparte a few weeks after his marriage to the soignée and seductive widow, Josephine de Beauharnais. And although Napoleon's marriage was certainly not the whole story of his extraordinary life, it was one of the most fascinating aspects of it.

Theirs was an attraction of opposites. The couple suited each other very well, with Josephine's charm and languor serving as an excellent foil for Napoleon's brusqueness and energy. Throughout his spectacular rise to power and years of triumph, Josephine proved a graceful and accomplished consort.

Yet their relationship was anything but tranquil. Besotted by Josephine during the early years of their marriage, Napoleon - in the face of her indifference and infidelity - gradually became less obsessed by her, while she, in turn, became progressively more enamoured of him. As a result, their relationship developed into one of the most intriguing, tempestuous and touching in history. Napoleon, although disillusioned, never really ceased to love Josephine and it was only her inability to bear him a child, and so present his Empire with an heir, that led him to divorce her. 'If he was ever really stirred by any emotion,' claimed one of the Empress Josephine's confidantes, 'it was by her and for her.' Their story remains, quite simply, one of the greatest love stories in the world.

Theo Aronson, well known for his incisive and readable royal biographies, has found the ideal subject in the story of Napoleon and Josephine. By incorporating all the recent findings on the couple - such as the new view of Napoleon's parents, Josephine's love letters to Hippolyte Charles, Napoleon's complex sexual orientation - and by making full use of his own talent for narrative and characterisation, the author has been able to present this famous romance in a fresh and absorbing fashion.

Über den Autor: Ever since the instant success of his first book The Golden Bees: The Story of the Bonapartes, Theo Aronson has steadily built up his reputation as a historical biographer specialising in the Royal Houses of Europe. Among his many widely read books are Grandmama of Europe, Crowns in Conflict: The Triumph and the Tragedy of European Monarchy 1910-1918 and The King in Love: Edward VII's Mistresses.

His books have been published in Britain, the United States, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Holland and Belgium; in paperback, in book club editions and in serialisation.

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'I found it totally absorbing . . . a thoroughly enjoyable book from start to finish.'
Auberon Waugh on The King in Love

'In Mr Aronson we recognise at once an expert practitioner in the art of royal historical biography.'
Douglas Hurd, The Spectator

'Theo Aronson has proved himself to be one of the most prolific, gifted and popular chroniclers of royalty to emerge since the war.'
Catholic Herald

'His writing is bright with intelligence and human wisdom ... very highly recommended.'
C. P. Snow

'He has a feeling for the period and he writes with an eloquent and smiling simplicity.'
The New Yorker

'Aronson is a skilful narrator and... writes with elegance.'
Kenneth Rose, Sunday Telegraph

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