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Synonyms for Bonaparte

French general who became emperor of the French (1769-1821)

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Tolstoy's three antipathies find expression in the three names he uses in the text: Buonaparte ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), Bonaparte ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and Napoleon.
"Who is, Buonaparte?" queried Bilibin, puckering up his forehead--a clear sign that a bon mot was on its way.
Buonaparte has escaped again, -- Although no one took Care to keep him
that 'Buonaparte is sent -- apparently to Extinction.
200 YEARS AGO: Buonaparte gave his word of honour to the Count Cobentzel and the other Plenipotentiaries at Campo Formio, that Switzerland and the Pope's dominion should not be disturbed nor change matters.
His grandson was then named Buon-de-parte or Buonaparte - and now figures in world history as the great Napoleon.
200 YEARS AGO: The fate of the French expedition to Egypt appears to be at length finally decided by the death of Buonaparte and the massacre of the greater part of his army.