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Napoleon Bonaparte and his Devotion

If you think that love is grand, well take a look at this masterpiece of a letter by Napoleon Bonaparte. It is a different form of letter writing but somehow weirdly sweet. This is how you revolutionize even in the most subtle way.

If you believe that love is indeed a remarkable force, then consider the eloquent correspondence of Napoleon Bonaparte. His letters reveal a unique and strangely endearing approach to the art of letter writing. In this unconventional form, he manages to infuse sweetness into his words, demonstrating that innovation and romance can coexist even in the most understated expressions of affection. It’s a testament to the fact that love, in all its forms, can transcend boundaries and norms, shaping the course of history in both grand and subtle ways.

A letter of Napoleon Bonaparte to Josephine —


“I love you no longer; on the contrary, I detest you. You are a wretch, very clumsy, very stupid, a Cinderella. You never write to me; you do not love your husband. You know what pleasure your letters give him, and you never write him even six miserable lines! … In truth, my dearest, I am uneasy at having no news from you. Write me four pages filled with those nice, kind things that are such a pleasure to my heart. I hope that ere long I shall seize you in my arms, and cover you with a million burning kisses — burning as though they came from the equator.”

There is some kind to magic with words that not all human beings know. This is the epitome of giving someone the slightest to the gravest of all emotions. Letters are personal as it is written by the hands equating to the physical part of someone’s end. The content letter is the cerebral part of the representation of the person through letter. If you think that being sweet cannot be achieved through burst of different emotions, you should see this letter of Napoleon Bonaparte to Josephine.

The personal touch of a handwritten letter still is the best platform to use in writing. Nothing can trump the effort given every time someone writes a letter. This may be the most vintage way of writing but it is the best.

Napoleon Bonaparte Letter
Napoleon Bonaparte’s Letter
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