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Napoleon Bonaparte
used in Gone with the Wind

5 uses
  • Lak Napoleon, I follow my star.
    4.38 (18% in)
  • From her French mother, whose parents had fled Haiti in the Revolution of 1791, had come her slanting dark eyes, shadowed by inky lashes, and her black hair; and from her father, a soldier of Napoleon, she had her long straight nose and her square-cut jaw that was softened by the gentle curving of her cheeks.
    1.3 (1% in)
  • "I mean," he answered, "what Napoleon—perhaps you've heard of him?
    1.6 (55% in)
  • And as for France, that weak imitation of Napoleon is far too busy establishing the French in Mexico to be bothered with us.
    2.13 (26% in)
  • Gerald, penniless, had raised Tara; Ellen had risen above some mysterious sorrow; Grandfather Robillard, surviving the wreck of Napoleon's throne, had founded his fortunes anew on the fertile Georgia coast; Great-grandfather Prudhomme had carved a small kingdom out of the dark jungles of Haiti, lost it, and lived to see his name honored in Savannah.
    3.24 (98% in)

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