11 edition of Last Cavalier found in the catalog.
February 1, 1993
Written in English
|Series||Silhouette Shadows, No 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Last Cavalier is the never-before-told story of Lomax's long career, as colorful and lively as it was controversial. The book chronicles how this native Mississippian (although Lomax emphatically considered himself a Texan, having come to that state with his family as a child) collected folksongs on horseback, sold stocks and bonds, served at. The last cavalier is Count de Sainte-Hermine, Hector, whose elder brothers and father have fought and died for the Royalist cause during the French Revolution. For three years Hector has been languishing in prison when, in , on the eve of Napoleon's coronation as emperor of .
The Last Cavalier, a recently discovered, unfinished novel, follows in exquisite detail the Napoleonic era, mostly through the eyes of its death-defying hero, the Count Sainte Hermine. Strangely, the hero of Dumas’s novel plays only a minimal part in the first half, when the action centers on Napoleon as First Consul, and the intrigues that. May 01, · Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital makethemworkforyou.com projects include the Wayback Machine, makethemworkforyou.com and makethemworkforyou.com
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Jul 23, · The Last Cavalier reads almost like 2 separate works that have been pasted together. The first half focuses on Napoleon and on George Cadoudal. This half of the book is peppered with a number of very interesting historical facts (many of which I was ignorant of), but it is a bit slow at times/5(22).
Jan 27, · Last Cavaliers Trilogy (The Last Cavaliers) [Gilbert Morris] on makethemworkforyou.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Relive Civil War history with beloved author Gilbert Morris. In the complete Last Cavaliers series, Yancy, Clay/5(28). The first hundred pages of this book is retelling of the events of the first two novels.
Many chapters are basically copied and pasted from those books but with few alterations. This is the last novel of the Saint-Hermine trilogy. The first two are The Whites and the Blues and The Companions of Jehu/5.
As a finished unfinished novel, "The Last Cavalier" is fair and worth three "stars." It was originally published as a newspaper serial and Dumas never had the chance to re-edit/rewrite it for book publication as he did his other works. Dumas was paid by the word, and there are thousands here that would surely have been cut/5.
Feb 01, · THE LAST CAVALIER was the debut book in Silhouette's Shadows series, which ran from to The series was billed as stories "from the dark side of love" (e.g., Gothics, paranormal romances). Some of the books were reprinted later in the Dreamscapes series.
THE LAST CAVALIER was an interesting twist on time-travel romances/5. Apr 28, · Jeb Stuart: The Last Cavalier Hardcover – February 1, by Burke Davis (Author)Cited by: 8. The Crossing (The Last Cavaliers #1), The Sword (The Last Cavaliers #2), The Surrender (The Last Cavaliers #3), and Last Cavaliers Trilogy.
The Last Cavalier paints the portrait that Stuart would have wanted, although a number of warts appear when necessary. Davis' biography surpasses Bold Dragoon by Emory M.
Thomas considerably, as Davis has no major ax to grind. Clearly, he likes Stuart, but /5. The Knight of Sainte-Hermine (published in France in under the title Le Chevalier de Sainte-Hermine, and translated to English under the title The Last Cavalier) is an unfinished historical novel by Alexandre Dumas, believed to be Dumas' last major work.
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"Flames of War" will only find books with the phrase Flames of war present). May 17, · Although Hector's exploits are the nominal concern, the true protagonist of The Last Cavalier is Napoleon Bonaparte or, rather, the opposed figures who are called, in the titles given to the novel's two parts, 'Napoleon' and 'Bonaparte': first the Corsican upstart, then the.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser /5. May 28, · In Jeb Stuart: The Last Cavalier, biographer and historian Burke Davis provides a comprehensive, definitive, dramatic biography of this enigmatic and superbly competent Civil War "Hero of the Confederacy".4/5(2).
by Gilbert Morris includes books The Crossing, The Sword, The Surrender, and several more. See the complete The Last Cavaliers series book list in order, box. Books by Charles Spencer include thrilling tales of regicide, stories of Royal retribution, battles that have framed British history and the tale of a man destined to be the last Cavalier.
All books are signed by Charles Spencer. Book Summary. The last cavalier is also Count Hector de Sainte-Hermine, who for three years has been languishing in prison when, inon the eve of Napoleon's coronation as emperor of France, he learns what's to be his due.
Left for dead at the sack of Drogheda, Richard Talbot later ingratiated himself with the future James II by plotting to assassinate Oliver Cromwell. Using fresh primary sources The Last Cavalier: Richard Talbot () traces how Talbot, though a gallant, gamester and ’cunning dissembling courtier’, grew to be more than just another Restoration rake.
He took on the cause of reconciling. THE LAST CAVALIER. Being the Adventures of Count Sainte-Hermine in the Age of Napoleon.
Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. To his fellow Royalists, fighting for King Charles I, Prince Rupert of the Rhine was the archetypal 'cavalier'.
Young, handsome, expert horseman, crack pistol shot, his swaggering style irritated the stuffier of the king's courtiers almost as much as the 'Roundheads' they were makethemworkforyou.com: CHARLES SPENCER. May 05, · A big book, and a pleasure for anyone who thrills at the likes of D'Artagnan and company.' Kirkus Review 'Reviews have been unanimous in praising "The Last Cavalier": The novel is a reminder that readers are always willing to make time for epic storytelling when the narrative is in the hands of a master.' Los Angeles Times/5().Submitted by John Cavalier on Thu, 02/13/ - pm From the imagination of Rowley Jefferson comes an adventure of epic proportions.
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