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The Three Musketeers.

Author: Alexandre Dumas
Publisher: New York : Thunder Bay Press, 2014.
Series: Word cloud classics.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Three Musketeers, by French writer Alexandre Dumas, was first released in serial form in 1844, a year before Dumas' publication of The Count of Monte Cristo. The story was an instant success, largely due to Dumas' transformation of the historical fiction genre. In The Three Musketeers, contrary to popular practice at the time, history acted as a backdrop for the story rather than the primary element, making it a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Dumas, Alexandre.
Three Musketeers.
New York : Thunder Bay Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandre Dumas
ISBN: 9781626861268 1626861269
OCLC Number: 878263315
Description: 1 online resource (648 pages).
Contents: Author's preface; chapter i-the three presents of d'artagnan the elder; chapter ii-the antechamber of m. de tréville; chapter iii-the audience; chapter iv-the shoulder of athos, thebaldric of porthos, and thehandkerchief of aramis; chapter v-the king's musketeers andthe cardinal's guards; chapter vi-his majesty king louis xiii; chapter vii-the interior of "the musketeers"; chapter viii-concerning a court intrigue; chapter ix-d'artagnan shows himself; chapter x-a mousetrap in the seventeenthcentury; chapter xi-in which the plot thickens; chapter xii-george villiers, duke ofbuckingham. Chapter xiii-monsieur bonacieuxchapter xiv-the man of meung; chapter xv-men of the robe andmen of the sword; chapter xvi-in which m. séguier, keeper of theseals, looks more than once forthe bell, in order to ring it, as hedid before; chapter xvii-bonacieux at home; chapter xviii-lover and husband; chapter xix-plan of campaign; chapter xx-the journey; chapter xxi-the countess de winter; chapter xxii-the ballet of la merlaison; chapter xxiii-the rendezvous; chapter xxiv-the pavilion; chapter xxv-porthos; chapter xxvi-aramis and his thesis; chapter xxvii-the wife of athos. Chapter xxviii-the returnchapter xxix-hunting for the equipments; chapter xxx-d'artagnan and the englishman; chapter xxxi-english and french; chapter xxxii-a procurator's dinner; chapter xxxiii-soubrette and mistress; chapter xxxiv-in which the equipment of aramisand porthos is treated of; chapter xxxv-all cats look alike in the dark; chapter xxxvi-dream of vengeance; chapter xxxvii-milady's secret; chapter xxxviii-how, without incommoding himself, athos procures his equipment; chapter xxxix-a vision; chapter xl-a terrible vision; chapter xli-the siege of la rochelle. Chapter xlii-the anjou winechapter xliii-the inn of the red dovecot; chapter xliv-the utility of stovepipes; chapter xlv-a conjugal scene; chapter xlvi-the bastion saint-gervais; chapter xlvii-the council of the musketeers; chapter xlviii-a family affair; chapter xlix-fatality; chapter l-chat between brother and sister; chapter li-officer; chapter lii-captivity: the first day; chapter liii-captivity: the second day; chapter liv-captivity: the third day; chapter lv-captivity: the fourth day; chapter lvii-means for classical tragedy; chapter lviii-escape. Chapter lix-what took place at portsmouth, august 23, 1628chapter lx-in france; chapter lxi-the carmelite convent at béthune; chapter lxii-two types of demons; chapter lxiii-the drop of water; chapter lxiv-the man in the red cloak; chapter lxv-trial; chapter lxvi-execution; chapter lxvii-conclusion; epilogue.
Series Title: Word cloud classics.

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The Three Musketeers, by French writer Alexandre Dumas, was first released in serial form in 1844, a year before Dumas' publication of The Count of Monte Cristo. The story was an instant success, largely due to Dumas' transformation of the historical fiction genre. In The Three Musketeers, contrary to popular practice at the time, history acted as a backdrop for the story rather than the primary element, making it a fun and accessible read. The story follows young d'Artagnan and his friends Athos, Porthos, and Aramis as they defend honor amidst the power struggles of.

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