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The Man of Destiny

Bernard Shaw

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Pointing to the inner door.) Go. Attend to your business: the lady is calling you. (He goes to the fireplace and stands with his back to it with a determined military air.)

GIUSEPPE (with bated breath, snatching up his tray). Certainly, excellency. (He hurries out by the inner door.)

THE MAN's VOICE (impatiently). Are you all asleep here? (The door opposite the fireplace is kicked rudely open; and a dusty sub-lieutenant bursts into the room. He is a chuckle-headed young man of 24, with the fair, delicate, clear skin of a man of rank, and a self-assurance on that ground which the French Revolution has failed to shake in the smallest degree. He has a thick silly lip, an eager credulous eye, an obstinate nose, and a loud confident voice. A young man without fear, without reverence, without imagination, without sense, hopelessly insusceptible to the Napoleonic or any other idea, stupendously egotistical, eminently quali. . . Read More

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Such gems as this: With his troops at an inn Napoleon is both amused and impressed by the innkeeper, Guiseppe. Napoleon's Lieutenant says something somewhat naive at least to Napoleon's mind. Napoleon turns to Guiseppe and says (paraphrasing) "Oh Guiseppe, what shall I do with this Lieutenant? Every

- استمعت اليها من خلال قناة الإذاعة المصرية على اليوتيوب، الصوت ممتاز واللغة المستعملة ممتازة.

- اما المسرحية، فهي تحصل في نزل في ايطاليا، حبكتها عادية جداً (سرقة رسائل)، شخصياتها اريعة: نابليون ( قبل ان يسطع نجمه)، حيث يظهره برنارد شو بالإنسان الطموح لكنه متكبر، متغطرس ونرجسي، السارقة، الملازم المخد

Shaw’s one-act play about Napoleon, The Man of Destiny (1897). is memorable for at least four reasons: 1) it gives us a glimpse of an indisputably great man at the point when he begins to realize his greatness, 2) it presents us with a battle of minds and wills between that great man and an equally

Napoleon Outwitted
14 January 2016

This is a short one act play about a guy named Napoleon. Just in case you don't know what Napoleon looked like here is a picture:

If you don't happen to know who Napoelon is then I suggest you check him out on Wikipedia. Now that we have sorted out everybody who did

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