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The three musketeers

Alexandre Dumas

The three musketeers

after the story by Alexandre Dumas.

by Alexandre Dumas

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Published by Ward Lock in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesWard Lock classics in colour
The Physical Object
Pagination[60]p. :
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17237976M

Later that day, four stewards arrive to The three musketeers book M. D'Artagnan becomes a lieutenant in the Musketeers, but his promotion comes from the Cardinal--the Cardinal whom he and his four friends had fought so valiantly against for the first half of the novel. The musketeers accompany the cardinal and listen through a broken stovepipe to the conversation. He finds him at the lodging where he left him, also recovering from his wounds, and in serious conversation with two clerics who are teaching him on how to become a priest. He constantly protests that he is only temporarily in the Musketeers, and that any day now he will return to the Church to pursue his true calling. He treats all his Musketeers as his sons, and is an important figure of support for the young d'Artagnan.

As there is no longer any hostility among them, these friends revolt against the negativity and injustice, always taking The three musketeers book other's side. When D'Artagnan sees these men's ambition and determination, he thinks that he will not be able to survive this duel and will die. After escorting the King safely back to Paris, they immediately set for Bethune to rescue Constance, knowing that Milady is on her way there to kill her. Milady, they learn, is going to London to make sure that the duke of Buckingham is killed; in return, the cardinal will take revenge against d'Artagnan. Throughout the novel, Buckingham's only motivation is to see and please Anne.

At the party, the Queen presents herself without the two diamonds, and Richelieu was very happy that is plot is working. Winter told Milady about this revelations and informs The three musketeers book that she is to be held and she will not be allow to talk to anybody for three weeks, then be sent into exile, never to return to England or Europe. Base on all the incriminating evidence, they sentence Milady to death. When the entire story is revealed later to the cardinal, he is horrified at the extent of Milady's evil web of death, and he is extremely impressed with d'Artagnan's laudable actions. D'Artagnan readily accepts Constance's request, and accompanied by the three musketeers, he begins the hazardous trip to London.


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The three musketeers book The book was adapted to lots of movies. Never did he know a moment of doubt or an instant of despair. He was the third child of Thomas-Alexandre Davy de la Pailleterie who took the name of Dumasa nobleman who distinguished himself as The three musketeers book of Napoleon's most brilliant generals, and Marie-Louise-Elisabeth Labouret.

There are two sequels to The Three Musketeers, which Dumas wrote to capitalize on the success of the novel. Project Gutenberg updates its listing of IP addresses approximately monthly. He notice that, the musketeers respect King Louis XIII, but hate Cardinal Richelieu and mock him whenever they have the opportunity; they rival for power in the realm, with Richelieu having the upper hand.

If your IP address is shown by Maxmind to be outside of Germany and you were momentarily blocked, another issue is that some Web browsers erroneously cache the block. Courtilz's "Milady" is an entirely private individual, one of the Queen's exiled ladies-in-waiting, with whom his d'Artagnan does indeed have an unscrupulous affair.

Lieutenant Felton believes her story, and she convinces him to release her and kill Buckingham. His incorporation of Romanticism into the historical novel lifted an entire genre of literature into public adulation, and gave the French people a story that reassured them about their country even as it brought them away from their country's troubles.

He always wanted to please the Queen. He has the plan to leave the musketeer to become a priest. He asks them to escort him to the lodging where they had been drinking, where he is meeting with Milady, who had been escorted by Rochefort.

When this attempt fails, Milady decides to have some poisoned wine delivered to d'Artagnan -compliments of "the three musketeers.

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Upset by this discovery The three musketeers book his wife was a criminal, he hangs her on a tree, but she escape. He walks towards her, and she said she does not know Aramis, and asks him to escort her to her next destination. This leads to a riot, which the musketeers win again. When he arrives at the place they agreed on, he sees that Athos has brought Porthos and Aramis along with him as witnesses.

At the time, Dumas did not believe that The three musketeers book Cortilz novel was historical, but thought he was simply plagiarizing and developing a previous writer's work. Milady, they learn, is going to London to make sure that the duke of Buckingham is killed; in return, the cardinal will take revenge against d'Artagnan.

These articles have not yet undergone the rigorous in-house editing or fact-checking and styling process to which most Britannica articles are customarily subjected.

King Louis — king of France. And Richelieu did have his own, similarly elite, company of Guards, which did have a great rivalry with the Musketeers, as Dumas describes. See Article History This contribution has not yet been formally edited by Britannica. Athos is distinguished in every way--intellect, appearance, bravery, swordsmanship--yet he is tortured by a deep melancholy, the source of which no one knows.

Meanwhile, he lost the nobleman. But he never knows their real names, because their real name is not Athos, Porthos, and Aramis. When Louis inform the Queen about the party and the diamond stone, she almost panics, but Constance, who overheard them, suggest that they should send her husband to Buckingham to retrieve the stones.

These three musketeers and D'Artagnan, who win this crowded duel, are appreciated by M. Dumas sees the form through. When she gets to her husband, she noticed that her husband is now on the side of Richelieu, so she cannot trust him with the massage.Nov 01,  · First published inAlexandre Dumas's swashbuckling epic chronicles the adventures of D'Artagnan, a gallant young nobleman who journeys to Paris in hoping to join the ranks of musketeers guarding Louis XIII.

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He soon finds himself fighting alongside three The three musketeers book comrades—Athos, Porthos, and Aramis—who seek to uphold the honor of the king by foiling the wicked plots of Cardinal 5/5(1).

The d'Artagnan Romances are a set of three novels by Alexandre Dumas (–), telling the story of the 17th-century musketeer d'Artagnan. Dumas based the character and attributes of d'Artagnan on captain of musketeers Charles de Batz-Castelmore d'Artagnan (c.

–) and the portrayal was The three musketeers book indebted to d'Artagnan's semi-fictionalized memoirs as written 27 years after the.

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