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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • I- Prologue 1
  • II- Bird of the Islands 4
  • III- A Marriage is Arranged 15
  • IV- Storm and Stress 29
  • V- Parting 43
  • VI- Freedom 59
  • VII- Revolution and Terror 69
  • VIII- Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness 88
  • IX- Bonaparfe 105
  • X- "Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow" 123
  • XI- Wife of a Hero 135
  • XII- Josephine Infidéle 146
  • XIII- Mistress of the Tuileries 168
  • XIV- The Consulate 183
  • XIV- Steps to a Throne 207
  • XVI- Coronation 218
  • XVII- War Once More 233
  • XVIII- On Being an Empress 253
  • XIX- "Malmaison, C''Est Joséphine" 267
  • XX- Divorce 281
  • XXI- Seclusion 297
  • XXII- Finale 313
  • Genealogical Tables 327
  • Bibliographical Essay 333
  • Notes 344
  • Index 351
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