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Ten Years Later

By Dumas, Pere Alexandre

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Title: Ten Years Later  
Author: Dumas, Pere Alexandre
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Introduction: In the months of March?July in 1844, in the magazine Le Siecle, the first portion of a story appeared, penned by the celebrated playwright Alexandre Dumas. It was based, he claimed, on some manuscripts he had found a year earlier in the Bibliotheque Nationale while researching a history he planned to write on Louis XIV. They chronicled the adventures of a young man named D'Artagnan who, upon entering Paris, became almost immediately embroiled in court intrigues, international politics, and ill?fated affairs between royal lovers. Over the next six years, readers would enjoy the adventures of this youth and his three famous friends, Porthos, Athos, and Aramis, as their exploits unraveled behind the scenes of some of the most momentous events in French and even English history.

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Table of Contents: Ten Years Later, 1 -- Alexandre Dumas, Pere, 1 -- Introduction:, 2 -- Chapter I: In which D'Artagnan finishes by at Length placing his Hand upon his Captain's -- Commission, 4 -- Chapter II: A Lover and His Mistress, 9 -- Chapter III: In Which We at Length See the True Heroine of this History Appear, 15 -- Chapter IV: Malicorne and Manicamp, 22 -- Chapter V: Manicamp and Malicorne, 24 -- Chapter VI: The Courtyard of the Hotel Grammont, 32 -- Chapter VII: The Portrait of Madame, 39 -- Chapter VIII: Le Havre, 44 -- Chapter IX: At Sea, 49 -- Chapter X: The Tents, 53 -- Chapter XI: Night, 59 -- Chapter XII: From Le Havre to Paris, 63 -- Chapter XIII: An Account of what the Chevalier de Lorraine Thought of Madame, 69 -- Chapter XIV: A Surprise for Raoul, 76 -- Chapter XV: The Consent of Athos, 82 -- Chapter XVI: Monsieur Becomes Jealous of the Duke of Buckingham, 86 -- Chapter XVII: Forever!, 93 -- Chapter XVIII: King Louis XIV. does not think Mademoiselle de la Valliere either rich enough -- or pretty enough for a Gentleman of the Rank of the Vicomte de Bragelonne, 97 -- Chapter XIX: Sword?Thrusts in the Water, 103 -- Chapter XX: Sword?Thrusts in the Water (concluded), 110 -- Chapter XXI: Baisemeaux de Montlezun, 115 -- Chapter XXII: The King's Card?Table, 123 -- Chapter XXIII: M. Baisemeaux de Montlezun's Accounts, 130 -- Chapter XXIV: The Breakfast at Monsieur de Baisemeaux's, 138 -- Chapter XXV: The Second Floor of la Bertaudiere, 143 -- Chapter XXVI: The Two Friends, 151 -- Chapter XXVII: Madame de Belliere's Plate, 157 -- Chapter XXVIII: The Dowry, 162 -- Chapter XXIX: Le Terrain de Dieu, 166 -- Chapter XXX: Threefold Love, 171 -- Chapter XXXI: M. de Lorraine's Jealousy, 174 -- Chapter XXXII: Monsieur is Jealous of Guiche, 181 -- Chapter XXXIII: The Mediator, 188 -- Chapter XXXIV: The Advisers, 194 -- Chapter XXXV: Fontainebleau, 202 -- Chapter XXXVI: The Bath, 205 -- Chapter XXXVII: The Butterfly?Chase, 207 -- Chapter XXXVIII: What Was Caught after the Butterflies, 210 -- Chapter XXXIX: The Ballet of the Seasons, 217 -- Chapter XL: The Nymphs of the Park of Fontainebleau, 222 -- Chapter XLI: What Was Said under the Royal Oak, 228 -- Chapter XLII: The King's Uneasiness, 235 -- Chapter XLIII: The King's Secret, 239


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