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Manuscript Transmitted from St. Helena, by an Unknown Channel
Frédéric Lullin de Châteauvieux
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1817
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Side 5 - I have SUCCEEDED in whatever I have undertaken, because I have WILLED it. I have NEVER HESITATED which has given me an ADVANTAGE over the rest of mankind." — Napoleon. This is not the only way to read these lines. Another speaker would do it differently perhaps. There are no ironclad rules for emphasis. It all depends. Read these selections aloud in an earnest manner, trying to make the ideas clear and convincing. Don't you find yourself stressing...
Side 1 - Work, which is equally distinguished by its spirit and its ingenuity, was given to the Publisher, with an assurance of its being brought from St. Helena, though an air of mystery was affectedly thrown round the mode of its conveyance. Whether it be really written by Buonaparte, or by some confidential friend, is a matter that must be left entirely to conjecture. It bears some resemblance to his style, more to his manner, and is altogether just what the ostensible Author, or an \ able apologist under...