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Taylor Austin

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Transcript of Napoleon

Taylor Austin, Brett Bowman, & Kyle Schackne
Period 5 A A B C E D Plain Folking: Napoleon is portrayed to be
among the people helping them with
their problems Glittering Generalities: Napoleon is
portrayed to be a strong noble leader. "England is a nation of shopkeeps." - Napoleon Bonaparte Name Calling: Napoleon is saying England cannot fight because they are all shopkeepers. "I hope the time is not far off when I shall be able to unite all the wise and educated men of all the countries and establish a uniform regime based on the principles of the Quran which alone are true and which alone can lead men to happiness." - Napoleon Bonaparte Assertion: Napoleon is stating that the Quran is right and can bring happiness. "There are so many laws that no one is safe from hanging." - Napoleon Bonaparte Pinpointing the Enemy: Napoleon is trying to convince the people that the government and laws are the real evil. 1. This picture is portraying Napoleon as a nice, friendly leader who is there to help the people. It shows him walking in a room full of poor people, and getting to know them. This picture is prescriptive because lots of people wanted him to be friendlier to them so he had a picture painted to persuade them that he was nice and friendly.
2. This describes behavior because it is portraying how Napoleon acted to the poor people of his country. It doesn’t really describe ideology because no religious aspects are painted into it. The people wanted Napoleon to be kind to them. This picture shows how Napoleon was kind to his people and how they should see him as a leader that they should get to know.
3. This painting tells you about the actions of the elite and ordinary people. It shows Napoleon being nice to ordinary people and them accepting his kindness. This painting is from the perspective of the elite. Napoleon wanted his people to see him as a good leader so they would not try to overthrow him. He wanted them to long for his presence.
4. This source could help you answer questions such as: How did Napoleon treat his people? And what kind of leader was Napoleon to the poor people of France? This source provides benefits such as a mental image of how Napoleon treated his people because it is a painting and it could help somebody understand the social life of Napoleon.
5. This source could not help you answer questions having to deal with how Napoleon acted in his castle around his own type of people and also what kind of leader Napoleon was on the battlefield. This source ends at how Napoleon treated the less wealthy people of France. It does not explain how Napoleon was during other times or how he treated other people.
6. My analysis of this source fits with other historians’ quite well. Other historians have also said that this source was created to describe how Napoleon treated his people. In my opinion, this source supports their arguments because it is describing basically the same thing that other historians have described.
B C D E 1. This quote is descriptive because it described how the laws and government are the real evil. Napoleon used this quote to turn people against the government and run to his side. He wanted complete power and he did not want anybody trying to overthrow him. He stated this quote to describe to people that the government is bad.
2. This quote describes ideology because Napoleon wanted the people to believe that the government was true evil and fear that they were not safe from the government because all of the laws. Napoleon wanted to get all of the people on his side so he tried to pull them away from the government.
3. This quote describes the beliefs and actions of the elite and ordinary people. All of the people were under the law so they all had to fear being hanged. Napoleon wanted them, to believe what he said and he wanted them to react to his words. He wanted them to do things to turn away from the government.
4. This source could help you answer questions relating to how Napoleon felt about the government. He obviously felt that there were a lot of laws and the people were not safe. The benefits of this kind of source are that it describes how Napoleon wanted the people to act toward him and the government. He wanted them to fear the government.
5. This source could not help you answer questions dealing with how Napoleon thought the people liked him. He stated this quote solely for the people to fear the government. This source is limited to the people that were under Napoleon and the government. It does not describe the actions of Napoleon.
6. My analysis of the source fit in with other historians’ opinions of the source. Other historians also believe that Napoleon stated this so that the people would fear and obey the government. This source supports their argument because they are basically saying the same thing that the source states.
1. This source is descriptive because Napoleon is trying to explain that England cannot fight. It is not prescriptive because it is not telling what people thought should happen, Napoleon was just stating that the people of England could not form a strong army.
2. This source describes ideology because Napoleon wanted the people of France to not fear the people of England. He also wanted to send a message to England that they could not fight and that they would never overthrow France. He also wanted to intimidate the leader of England.
3. This source tells you about the actions of the ordinary people because Napoleon stated that the shopkeepers would never be able to form a strong army. This quote comes from the perspective of Napoleon because he stated that England could not fight. He was speaking for the entire country of France when he said this so he had to be able to back up words.
4. This source could help you answer questions dealing with how courageous Napoleon was. It obviously describes him as quite a brave man to be able to take shots at neighboring countries. This source has benefits including what kind of a man Napoleon was and how he led his country.
5. This source could not help you questions relating to how Napoleon treated his own people. It helps you know that he believed in his army, but does not describe how he treated them or reacted to their success/failure. This source is limited to what kind of man Napoleon was because that is all that it talks about.
6. My analysis fits in quite well with the opinions of other historians. I described how Napoleon was a brave man and was not scared of other countries’ armies. Other historians have written things very similar to my interpretation. In my opinion this source supports other historians arguments because they have described this source the same way that I have.
1.It is prescriptive because it is telling you what people thought did happen. It is not descriptive because it has not happened yet. Napoleon wanted that regime made.
2.It describes ideology because Napoleon wants a country based on the Quran. He is trying to convince people that Islam is the right religion to follow. His idea is that following the Quran will lead to happiness.
3.It tells you about the actions of the elite. Napoleon wants to gather all the wise and educated men and form a regime based on the Quran. He does not want to fill it with ordinary people because he wants a strong army.
4.This source could help you answer questions about how Napoleon tricked countries of other faiths to believe he was on their side. You can benefit from this because it tells you how Napoleon really was. How he was just a deceiving ruler and used many tricks to gain power.
5.This source cannot help you answer questions about who he was saying this to why he really used so many tricks against people. This source is limited because it is a short quote and does not tell that much information about Napoleon and how he really was.
6.When you compare my analysis with those of other historians they are very similar. The same points are mentions in both the analysis. I think this source does support their analysis because it shows how Napoleon wanted to trick other countries to believe he was their friend.
1.It is descriptive because it is showing you how Napoleon really was. It is not prescriptive because it is not showing you what people thought should happen. It is a description of Napoleon as a heroic and courageous ruler.
2.It describes ideology because Napoleon is being portrayed as an idol. He is painted in this picture as a mighty ruler so people will think of him as an idol or hero.
3.This painting tells you about beliefs of the ordinary people. From the perspective of the common people of Frank they believe that Napoleon was a great leader who was strong and had no fear. He was set up as if there was nothing wrong with him.
4.You can answer questions about how common people believed Napoleon to be. You can benefit from this painting because it is a good description of how Napoleon controlled the media to make him look like an amazing leader.
5.This source cannot help you answer questions like how Napoleon really looked like. You are limited because it does not show Napoleon as an original everyday person.
6.My analysis would fit in with other historian’s analyses because I talk about how Napoleon was portrayed as a wonderful ruler. I think my analysis would support their argument.
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