By Brian Joseph Martin
Based on vast study in French and American data, and enriched by way of his analyzing of Napoleonic army memoirs and French army fiction from Hugo and Balzac to Zola and Proust, Brian Joseph Martin's view includes a vast variety of emotional and erotic relationships in French armies from 1789 to 1916. He argues that the French Revolution's emphasis on army fraternity advanced into an remarkable feel of camaraderie between squaddies within the armies of Napoleon. for plenty of squaddies, the hardships of wrestle resulted in intimate friendships. For a few, the homosociality of army lifestyles encouraged mutual affection, lifelong dedication, and homoerotic desire.
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