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The adventures of Gerard

In a follow-up to the previously published volume The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard, Arthur Conan Doyle presents more of the recollections of the fictional retired French brigadier. Equal parts humor writing and classic adventure tales, these stories are sure to be a hit.

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  • "In a follow-up to the previously published volume The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard, Arthur Conan Doyle presents more of the recollections of the fictional retired French brigadier. Equal parts humor writing and classic adventure tales, these stories are sure to be a hit."@en
  • "In a follow-up to the previously published volume The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard, Arthur Conan Doyle presents more of the recollections of the fictional retired French brigadier. Equal parts humor writing and classic adventure tales, these stories are sure to be a hit."
  • "The racy, witty soldier of Napoleon, utterly devoted to his emperor and his regiment, gives, in his reminiscences, a stirring account of that huge military machine as it rolled across Europe in triumph and westwards in retreat."
  • "By his own account, Etienne Gerard is the most supreme specimen of French soldiery to be found in all of Napoleon's empire. (To everyone else, he is a hare-brained Hussar ricocheting blithely through the wars, trailing havoc in his wake.) Reminiscing over the campaigning exploits of his youth - from attempting to explode a Spanish convent, to venturing behind enemy lines only to be swept up in a British fox-hunt - the Brigadier has, somehow, always won through with his honour and dignity (mostly) intact. For, as his beloved Emperor observes, though Gerard may possess the thickest head in the whole French army, he has also the stoutest heart..."

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  • "Aventure stories."
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