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    free read Les Trois Mousquetaires (PDF READ) [Les Trois Mousquetaires] ë Alexandre Dumas Alexandre Dumas ¶ 9 free download I thought that ueen Margot couldn't be topped I should have known better Honestly I do not have enough space to fully explain all the ways I adore this book But I'll try to condense it First the four main characters Love love love an

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    free download ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¶ Alexandre Dumas Alexandre Dumas ¶ 9 free download (PDF READ) [Les Trois Mousquetaires] ë Alexandre Dumas This is going to take some explaining but my guiltiest pleasure when it comes to books is Alexandre Dumas' The Three MusketeersI hear you saying How on Earth can that be a guilty pleasure? I know It's a recognized classic It has far reaching pop culture impactIt's considered one of the greatest adventures ever written It has two of the most memorable villains in literature; it has four kick ass action heroes It has swor

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    (PDF READ) [Les Trois Mousquetaires] ë Alexandre Dumas I'm not going to waste time than necessary for this classic The problem seems to come from me since I couldn't follow a lot of the dialog I couldn't make any sense of what transpired here especially in the last third of the bookI liked the intrigue with the royal couple of LouisXIII and Anne d'Autruche And as soon as these historical characters disappeared from the book did my enjoyment evaporate as well Like I said I

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    (PDF READ) [Les Trois Mousquetaires] ë Alexandre Dumas Alexandre Dumas ¶ 9 free download free download ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¶ Alexandre Dumas Did you know there were 4 musketeers? Did you also know they were not very nice guys? One guy won't let his servant ever speak One is having an affair with a married woman and ridicules her for gifts she buys him Another ca

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free read Les Trois Mousquetaires

free read Les Trois Mousuetaires ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Enture espionage conspiracy murder vengeance love scandal and suspense Dumas transforms minor historical figures into larger than life characters the Comte d’Artagnan an impetuous young man in pursuit of glory; the beguilingly evil seductress “Milady”; the powerful and devious Cardinal Richelieu; the weak King Louis XIII an. Random thoughts on The Three Musketeers because my brain refuses to write a full review Reading The Three Musketeers was long overdue The truth is it was the very first story I loved as a child I was four years old and my favorite game was riding my imaginary steed in a desperate race to save Constance from evil Cardinal Richelieu I grew up swallowing tales of the valiant Musketeers and they became a part of my soul Apparently there is a literary genre called swashbuckler that focuses on swordfighting and adventurous heroic characters and The Three Musketeers is the most prominent example Live and learn my friends live and learn Plotwise it was everything I expected and some Scheming fights bravery romanticism dangerous affairs loyalty revenge Alexandre Dumas surely knew how to write a compelling and entertaining story with a great insight on historical figures and events while occassionally inserting a sarcastic comment or two Well played sir well played My world crumbled when I realised that Cardinal Richelieu was not that bad cue the violins An antagonist sure but he admired D Artagnan Aramis Porthos and Athos and that contradicted the demon I had in mind Milady de Winter though was the devil incarnate She managed to seduce and misguide every single unfortunate man she encountered that was a superpower if you ask me She managed to discover her victim s weakness and exploit it to her benefit Goosebumps As regards the characters I must admit that D Artagnan was rather fickle in his affections being an advocate for insta love However D Artagnan and Constance were GOALS in my childish fantasies which were encouraged by BBC s The Musketeers go watch it people and I am not going to shed them Setting aside his enthusiastic romantic nature D Artagnan had a sharp mind that verified my need to idolize him cut me some slack he was my first love Athos must be protected at all costs The last chapters were really upsetting and totally unexpected The death toll was HIGH the most heart breaking death caused by naivety stupidity and I made the mature adult decision to pretend that it didn t happen Sue me

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free read Les Trois Mousuetaires ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub D his unhappy ueen and of course the three musketeers themselves Athos Porthos and Aramis whose motto “all for one one for all” has come to epitomize devoted friendship With a plot that delivers stolen diamonds masked balls purloined letters and of course great bouts of swordplay The Three Musketeers is eternally entertaining. I am a drama addict I admit it I don t generally go for comedy I will pick a movie that makes me cry over one that makes me laugh every time and it is pretty much the same with my books But when I do read something humorous I love satire wit subtle humor Mark Twain Oscar Wilde or Will Rogers are my style Imagine my surprise that Alexander Dumas has made me laugh aloud in The Three Musketeers They are so over the top while written as if he is endeavoring to take them seriously I have long adored The Count of Monte Cristo and so I have never thought of Monsieur Dumas as a humorist but I have been sadly mistakenEvery time you think D Artagnan and company have landed themselves in an impossible situation they miraculously find their way out It is Don uixote without any of the moral overtones These men are heroic figures only in a comedic manner Taken literally they would be abject cads They are self absorbed misogynistic and amoral but it little matters since the world they inhabit is villainous and petty and corrupt The King who is the head of the state is a buffoon the ueen a philanderer and the Cardinal leader of the church a man without ethics or morals Any wonder that their men are less than stellar examples of knighthood So without any reason to admire anyone in this fictional world we are able to enjoy the escapades of these men and even cheer them on toward their conuests of women rivals and the world of French politics In fact they are often fighting other Frenchmen than the English whom they profess to hate but for whom they seem to have great respect and admiration I can imagine reading this in serialized form and waiting impatiently to find out what happens to Milady and the Musketeers There are cliffhangers at almost every chapter ending and the pace is fast and furious I felt somewhat like a kid again while reading this I remember that joy in reading just for the thrill of the storya sensation I don t always get with my reading these days

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free read Les Trois Mousuetaires ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Alexandre Dumas’s most famous tale and possibly the most famous historical novel of all time in a handsome hardcover volumeThis swashbuckling epic of chivalry honor and derring do set in France during the 1620s is richly populated with romantic heroes unattainable heroines kings ueens cavaliers and criminals in a whirl of adv. This is a kick ass novel and I am indeed kicking my own ass for not having read it earlier I m ashamed to say that I thought it was a children s book My wife indignantly refuses any responsibility for my mistake as she points out it s entirely my fault if I drew the wrong inferences from the fact that her mother read it aloud to her as an eight year old It turns out on closer examination of the facts that Elisabeth s mom must have skipped about a uarter of the text but I digress No far from being a children s book this is a noirish thriller stuffed to the gills with violence sex nudity dangerous blondes corrupt politicians and random acts of mayhem and destruction I should have known that Anyway better late than neveruite apart from being a terrific read I just couldn t put it down Les Trois Mousuetaires is a remarkably interesting book for anyone who s fond of French literature The merest glance at my French shelf will show you that I like both so called serious novels and trash as everyone knows the French write the best trashy novels in the world But what do these two literary traditions have to do with each other I feel like a paleontologist who s discovered one of those missing links in the fossil record A kind of literary coelocanth it s exactly halfway between the two genres Too well written to be dismissed as trash it still has so many of the defining characteristics of the modern French trash novel that it can t possibly be anything but a direct ancestorI d hate to give away any of the plot there s a twist every other chapter but let me explain in terms of generalities Dumas is firmly in the great French tradition of Tragic Love People in his world are divided into two classes those who are motivated by Love and Honour and those who want Money and Power To be a superior person means belonging to the first group Unfortunately living only for Love and Honour isn t very practical so these superior people generally have rather tragic lives a theme you see over and over again in mainstream French literature A particularly clear 20th century example is Belle du Seigneur Ariane s husband is only interested in Money and Power and his dreary monologues about his prospects of being promoted bore her to tears Naturally she s drawn to the dashing Solal who never misses a chance to show how much he despises money it helps that he s very rich Eually naturally it all ends up very tragically indeed But let s get back to Les Trois Mousuetaires Dumas takes real historical events and reinterprets them through the prism of his ultra romantic world view On his account the political events of 1625 27 were all about a complicated tangle of love affairs The beautiful Anne of Austria is ueen of France but she has at best lukewarm feelings for her husband the pathetic Louis XIII Cardinal Richelieu the true ruler of the country has made advances towards her but been rebuffed he s eaten up by jealousy and spite especially since he knows through his network of informers that Anne s heart in fact belongs to the handsome Lord Buckingham To keep the story bubbling Dumas invents some people who play key roles in this complicated game One of Richelieu s main agents is the psychotic blonde temptress Milady her opposite number in the ueen s camp is the ambitious young swordsman D Artagnan Needless to say both of them are involved in their own intersecting webs of romantic intrigueThe startling thing to me is that the Dumas formula is still going strong nearly 200 years later The immeasurably popular SAS series which you can buy at any French airport bookstall is written to almost exactly the same specification The central figure Malko is a modern D Artagnan vaguely on the side of the Good Guys each episode sees him dispatched to a currently topical destination where he s charged with some weighty task For example in Bagdad ExpressMalko s assignment is to prevent the Ira war by kidnapping Saddam Hussein He and one of Saddam s sons I think usay get involved with the same woman there s a lot of random sex and violence and of course the deal falls through A still clearer example is DjihadA Chechen rebel group gets hold of a Russian nuclear warhead and they pass it on to an Islamicist faction led by a sexy blonde woman I know what you re going to say In the SAS world Islamicist factions can be led by sexy blondes This time after the usual toing and froing Malko shoots down the blonde when she s just a few seconds away from detonating the bomb in New York It s all remarkably similar to D Artagnan s battle against the nefarious MiladySo what is it that makes this formula so incredibly effective It s fun to see history rewritten so that politics and economics are less important than who s sleeping with whom The camaraderie displayed by the Musketeers has become proverbial and that s also inspiring But really it s Milady who makes the book and she s the character who s been copied most often in modern trash fiction Look at those girls on the covers of the SAS novels Miladies every one of them Although D Artagnan is a sympathetic hero she effortlessly steals the show every time she appears just as easily as Sharon Stone upstages Michael Douglas in Basic InstinctWhat a shame Stone never got to play Milady in a serious adaptation of Les Trois Mousuetaires Now that would have been worth watching

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  • Les Trois Mousquetaires
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  • 04 October 2019
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