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Curtis Cate • 73 Items / 6 Books, 62 Articles, 5 Reviews
The War of the Two Emperors (1985)
The Duel Between Napoleon and Alexander: Russia, 1812
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Published Reviews
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    The War of the Two Emperors, by Curtis Cate
    1. The War of the Two Emperors by Curtis Cate
    The American Historical Review, December 1987, p. 1198
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    The Man You Hate to Love (2 Reviews)
    Napoleon 1812, by Nigel Nicolson
    1. Napoleon 1812 by Nigel Nicolson
    2. The War of the Two Emperors by Curtis Cate
    National Review, December 19, 1986, pp. 51-52
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    1. The Penguin Book of Limericks by E.O. Parrott
    2. Visible Light by Michael Lesy
    3. The War of the Two Emperors by Curtis Cate
    4. Poems from Italy by William Jay Smith and Dana Gioia
    The New Yorker, March 3, 1986, pp. 105-110
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    In Focus (7 Reviews)
    Books in Brief---History
    1. The Maupeou Revolution by Durand Echeverria
    2. The War of the Two Emperors by Curtis Cate
    3. An Indian Dynasty by Tariq Ali
    4. The History of White People in America by Martin Mull and Allen Rucker
    5. The French Enlightenment in America by Paul Merrill Spurlin
    6. The Last Stuarts by James Lees-Milne
    7. King Charles I by Pauline Gregg
    Chronicles, March 1986, p. 34
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    Brief Reviews (9 Reviews)
    Stanley and the Women, by Kingsley Amis
    1. Stanley and the Women by Kingsley Amis
    2. Uncommon Clay by Burke Wilkinson
    3. Sea Dangers by Philip McFarland
    4. The Grasshopper Trap by Patrick F. McManus
    5. The War of the Two Emperors by Curtis Cate
    6. Light Year '86 by Robert Wallace
    7. The Bayeux Tapestry by David M. Wilson
    8. Family and Friends by Anita Brookner
    9. Common Courtesy by Judith Martin
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1985, pp. 143-144