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DUMAS ALEXANDRE
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 4655-0249
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A year after the publication of The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas produced a sequel worthy in every respect of the original. In Twenty Years After the much beloved D'Artaganan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis reunite to fight the forces of evil. In the original novel they defeated Milady, a formidable foe; now they need to face her vengeful son Mordaunt, as well as countering the machinations of the sinister Cardinal Mazarin. Their adventures also take them to England, where Cromwell is about to topple Charles I. Meanwhile, they must overcome the obstacles which the passing of time has placed between them. Rediscovering strength in unity, they fight for Queen and country.
The Musketeer novels were a huge success in Dumas' own lifetime, and have lost none of their original appeal. Translated into many languages and adapted for cinema and television, they have helped to make Dumas arguably the most successful exporter of French culture to the wider world. (From the publisher)

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INTRODUCTION
FURTHER READING
The Phantom of Richelieu
A Night-Round
Two Old Enemies
Anne of Austria at the Age of Forty-Six
The Gascon and the Italian
D'Artagnan at Forty Years of Age
D'Artagnan is at a Loss, but One of Our Old Acquaintances Comes to his Aid
Of the Different Influences which Half a Pistole can have on a Beadle and a Choirboy
How d'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived him on the Crupper behind Planchet
The Abbe d'Herblay
The Two Gaspards
M. Porthos du Vallon de Bracieux de Pierrefonds
How d'Artagnan Perceived in Finding Porthos that Riches do not Make Happiness
In which is Shown that if Porthos was Discontented with his Lot, Mousqueton was Satisfied with his
Two Angels' Heads
The Chateau de Bragelonne
Athos's Diplomacy
Monsieur de Beaufort
How the Duc de Beaufort Amused himself in the Prison at Vincennes
Grimaud on Duty
What the Pies made by Father Marteau's Successor Contained
An Adventure of Marie Michon
The Abbe Scarron
St Denis
One of M. de Beaufort's Forty Means of Escape
D'Artagnan's Timely Arrival
The King's Highway
The Meeting
Four Old Friends Preparing for a Conference
The Place Royale
The Oise Ferry-Boat
Skirmish
The Monk
The Absolution
Grimaud Speaks
The Eve of Battle
A Dinner as of Yore
The Letter from Charles I
Cromwell's Letter
Mazarin and Queen Henrietta
How the Unfortunate sometimes Mistake Chance for Providence
The Uncle and the Nephew
Paternity
Again a Queen who Asks Aid
In which it is Proved that the First Move is Always a Good One
The Te Deum for the Victory of Lens
The Mendicant of St Eustache
The Tower of St Jacques la Boucherie
The Riot
The Riot Becomes a Revolt
Misfortune is a Help to Memory
The Interview
The Flight
Monsieur the Coadjutor's Coach
How d'Artagnan Gained Two Hundred and Nineteen Louis, and Porthos Two Hundred and Fifteen Louis, by Selling Straw
News from Aramis
'L'Ecossais, Parjure a sa Foi, pour un Denier Vendit son Roi'
The Avenger
Oliver Cromwell
The Gentlemen
The Lord Our Saviour
In which is Proved that in the Most Trying Circumstances Brave Men Never Lose their Courage, nor Hungry Ones their Appetite
Health to the Fallen Majesty
D'Artagnan Finds a Plan
The Party at Lansquenet
London
The Trial
Whitehall
The Workmen
Remember
The Man in the Mask
Cromwell's House
The Conversation
The Lightning Felucca
The Port Wine
The Port Wine (concluded)
Fatality
In which is Told how Mousqueton, after having Missed being Roasted, Escaped being Eaten
The Return
The Ambassadors
The Three Lieutenants of the Generalissimo
The Combat at Charenton
Journey to Picardy
The Gratitude of Anne of Austria
The Royalty of M. de Mazarin
Precautions
Strength of Mind and Strength of Arm
Strength of Mind and Strength of Arm (concluded)
Strength of Arm and Strength of Mind
Strength of Arm and Strength of Mind (concluded)
M. Mazarin's Oubliettes
Conferences
In which one Begins to Believe that Porthos will at last be Made a Baron, and d'Artagnan a Captain
How Greater Progress is Made with a Pen and a Threat than by the Sword and Devotedness
How Greater Progress is Made with a Pen and a Threat than by the Sword and Devotedness (concluded)
Where it is Shown that it is Sometimes More Difficult for Kings to Return to their Capital than to Leave it
Where it is Shown that it is Sometimes More Difficult for Kings to Return to their Capital than to Leave it (concluded)
Conclusion
Λεπτομέρειες
ISBN139781840221633
ΕκδότηςWORDSWORTH
ΣειράWORDSWORTH CLASSICS
Χρονολογία ΈκδοσηςΙανουάριος 2009
Αριθμός σελίδων704
Διαστάσεις19x12
Συγγραφέας/Δημιουργός (Ελληνικά)ΔΟΥΜΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ
Κωδικός Πολιτείας4655-0249
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