The Three Musketeers

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ISBN : 978-93-86063-41-0
YEAR: 2019
MEDIUM: English
Format: Paper Back

Rs. 80


The story begins in 1625 in France. D’Artagnan is an impetuous young man who, tired of his life in rural France, determines to travel to Paris to seek his fortune as one of the King’s guard, the musketeers. On his way to the capital, however, he is robbed of his letter of introduction and has to convince Monsieur de Treville, the captain of the King’s musketeers. No sooner did he manage to get a meeting with Treville, however, D’Artagnan sees the man who robbed him out of a window, and dashes after him, barging into three of the King’s Musketeers—Athos, Porthos and Aramis, and mortally offending them. He is then challenged to three separate duels, but decides to take them all on at once. When the day of the duels comes, the four men are interrupted by the Cardinal’s guards who are the sworn enemies of the musketeers, and they join forces in order to fight their enemies.....

The Three Presents of D’Artagnan the Elder; The Antechamber of M. de Treville; The Audience; The Shoulder of Athos, the Baldric of Porthos and the Handkerchief of Aramis; The King’s Musketeers and the Cardinal’s Guards; His Majesty King Louis XIII; The Interior of “The Musketeers”; Concerning A Court Intrigue; D’Artagnan Shows Himself; A Mousetrap in the Seventeenth Century; In Which the Plot Thickens; George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham; Monsieur Bonacieux; The Man of Meung; Men of the Robe and Men of the Sword; In which M. Seguier, Keeper of the Seals, Looks More than Once for the Bell; Bonacieux at Home; Lover and Husband; Plan of Campaign; The Journey; The Countees De Winter; The Ballet of La Merlaison; The Rendezvous; The Pavilion; Porthos; Aramis and His Thesis; The Wife of Athos; The Return; Hunting for the Equipment; D’Artagnan and the Englishman; English and French; A Procurator’s Dinner; Soubrette and Mistress; In which the Equipment of Aramis and Porthos is Treated of; A Gascon a Match for Cupid; Dream of Vengeance; Milady’s Secret; How, Without Incommoding Himself, Athos Procures His Equipment; A Vision; A Terrible Vision; The Siege of La Rochelle; The Anjou Wine; The Sign of the Red Dovecot; The Utility of Stovepipes; A Conjugal Scene; The Bastion Saint-Gervais; The Council of the Musketeers; A Family Affair; Fatality; Chat Between Brother and Sister; Officer; Captivity : The First Day; Captivity : The Second Day; Captivity : The Third Day; Captivity : The Fourth Day; Captivity : The Fifth Day; Means for Classical Tragedy; Escape; What Took Place at Portsmouth August 23, 1628; In France; The Carmelite Convent at Bethune; Two Varieties of Demons; The Drop of Water; The Man in the Red Cloak; Trial; Execution; Conclusion;

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