Thomas Hardy

A Tradition of Eighteen Hundred and Four

From Wessex Tales (1888)

A possible sighting of Napoleon Bonaparte scouting the Channel coast for a crossing point in readiness for an invasion, or a tale from the imagination made real by its traditional telling?

 

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