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Napoleon’s son dies before he can rouse the French to follow him. [Fr. Drama: L’Aiglon in Magill II, 551]
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After various hapless sandcastle attempts, mussels and chips for lunch at L'Aiglon really hit the spot.
For two years, the French actress toured more than sixty American cities, her repertoire including one-act plays and scenes from Alexandre Dumas fils's La dame aux camellias, Emile Moreau's Jeanne d'Arc, Edmond Rostand's L'aiglon, Henri Cain and Maurice Bernhardt's La mort de Cleopatre, and her own Du theatre au champ d'honneur.
On peut admirer la magnifique statuette de [beaucoup moins que] l'enfant a l'aiglon [beaucoup plus grand que] datant du 3e siecle apres Jesus Christ.
L'Aiglon (The Eaglet) premiered in March, 1937, co-composed by Arthur Honegger and Jacques Ibert.
Made in France (in partnership with fashion house L'Aiglon), the high-end leather belt is Intended to meet discerning fashion standards, while the buckle interacts with your smartphone via an app.
Guillaume, 97-8, also notes Edmond de Rostand's portrayal of the consumptive Duc de Reichstadt in his 1900 verse drama L'Aiglon.
Her renderings of the Duc de Reichstadt in Rostand's L'Aiglon (1900), or of Joan of Arc in Barbier's Jeanne d'Arc (1890) then Moreau's Le Proces de Jeanne dArc (1909), are a massive hit with audiences.
The four-year-old Napoleon II, "whose christening was a coronation" (to quote Edmond Rostand's 1900 play L'Aiglon), (50) may not immediately remind scholars of the less fortunate children of British Romanticism--William Blake's Chimney Sweepers, Wordsworth's Alice Fell--whose lives reflect the consequences of systemic problems in social morality.
The L'Aiglon dinnerware collection, decorated with laurel leaves, is a re-edition of a service designed in 1959 in the memory of Napoleon's birth.
An advertisement for L'Aiglon clothing from the September 1953 edition of Mademoiselle illustrates Walker's point perfectly.