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The three musketeers

Author: Alexandre Dumas; Jacques Georges Clemenceau Le Clercq
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : Modern Library edView all editions and formats
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During the reign of France's King Louis XIV, D'Artagnan and three musketeers unite to defend the honor of Anne of Austria against the plots of Cardinal Richeliu.
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Genre/Form: Adventure fiction
Historical fiction
Fiction
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870.
Three musketeers.
New York : Modern Library, 1999
(OCoLC)607368503
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandre Dumas; Jacques Georges Clemenceau Le Clercq
ISBN: 0679603328 9780679603320
OCLC Number: 41452740
Description: xxi, 598 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction/Jacques Le Clercq --
Author's preface: Wherein it is proved that despite their names ending in-os and-is, the heroes of the story we are about to relate have nothing mythological about them --
Three gifts of monsieur d'Artagnan the elder --
Antechamber of monsieur de Treville --
Audience --
Athos and his shoulder, of Porthos and his baldric, and of aramis and his handkerchief --
His majesty's musketeers and the cardinal's guards --
His majesty king Louis Xlll --
Home life of the musketeers --
Concerning a court intrigue --
D'Artagnan to the fore --
Concerning a mousetrap in the seventeenth century --
In which the plot thickens --
George Villiers, duke of Buckingham --
Monsieur Bonacieux --
Man of Meung --
Men of law and men of the sword --
Wherein monsieur Pierre Seguier, chancellor of France and keeper of the seals, looks more than once for a bell to ring as lustily as he was wont to do of yore --
Monsieur Bonacieux and his lady --
Lover and husband --
Plan of campaign --
journey --
Lady Clark --
In which their majesties dance la Merlaison, a favorite ballet of the king's --
Rendezvous --
Lodge --
What happened to Porthos --
Aramis and his thesis --
Athos and his wife --
Return --
Of the hunt for campaign outfits --
Milady --
Englishmen and Frenchmen --
Dinner at the house of an attorney-at-law --
Soubrette and her mistress --
Concerning the respective outfits of Aramis and Porthos --
At night all cats are gray --
Drea ms of vengeance --
Milady's secret --
How Athos without lifting a finger procured his equipment for the campaign --
Vision --
Wherein d'Artagnan meets his eminence and milady speeds him off to war --
Siege of la Rochelle --
Anjou wine and its salubrious virtues --
At the sign of the red dovecote utility of stovepipes --
Husband and wife --
Bastion Saint-Bervais --
Council of the musketeers --
Family affair --
Fatality --
Intimate --
Conversation between brother and sister --
Officer out on a stroll --
Captivity: First day --
Captivity: Second day --
Captivity: Third day --
Captivity: Fourth day --
Captivity: Fifth day --
How milady employed the technique of classical tragedy to prepare a modern one --
Escape That occurred at Portsmouth on august 23, 1628 --
What was happening in France --
What occurred at the convent of the Carmelite nuns in Bethune --
Two varieties of demons --
Wine and water --
Man in the red cloak --
Day of judgment --
How judgment was accomplished --
Cardinal, his agent and a lieutenant's commission --
Epilogue.
Other Titles: Trois mousquetaires.
Responsibility: Alexandre Dumas ; translated by Jacques Le Clercq.

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During the reign of France's King Louis XIV, D'Artagnan and three musketeers unite to defend the honor of Anne of Austria against the plots of Cardinal Richeliu.

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