Achille-Cléophas Flaubert, 1784–1846
This is not only a biography of an eminent nineteenth-century physician but a collective moral history of the Napoleon generation.
12 Loyalties A feeling of extreme uneasiness began to ferment in all young hearts. Condemned to inaction by the powers that governed the world, delivered to vulgar pedants of every kind, to idleness and to ennui, the youth saw the foaming billows ...
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