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Blondeau’s Funeral Oration, by Bossuet III. The Amazement of Marius IV. The Back Room of the Café Musain V. The Horizon Expands VI. Res Angusta BOOK FIVE. THE VIRTUES OF ADVERSITY I. Marius Destitute II. Marius Poor III. Marius Grown Up IV. Monsieur Mabeuf V. Poverty, Misery’s Good Neighbour VI. The Substitute BOOK SIX. THE CONJUNCTION OF TWO STARS I. The Nickname as a Way of Forming Family Names II. Lux Facta Est III. The Effect of Spring IV. Beginning of a Great Sickness V. Sundry Thunderbolts Fall on Ma Bougon VI.
The family followed Major Hugo to Italy, Elba, Corsica, and finally Spain, where Léopold rose to the rank of general thanks to the protection of Joseph Bonaparte, whom Napoléon had installed on the throne in Madrid. The Hugos’ marriage, however, was an unhappy one, and Madame Hugo left her husband for good in 1812, returning to Paris with their three sons. Madame Hugo blamed the collapse of the marriage on her royalist principles, a polite half-truth that her poet son echoed—famously describing himself as the son of “my father the old soldier, and my mother the Vendéenne”—but in fact their separation was due to far more banal causes.
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A Choice of Flowers. Chaguo LA Maua: An Anthology of Swahili Love Poetry (African Writers Series, 93) by Jan Knappert