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The three musketeers
Dumas, Alexandre
Adult Fiction DUMAS

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Introductionp. XV
Author's Preface: Wherein It Is Proved That Despite Their Names Ending in -os and -is, the Heroes of the Story We are About to Relate Have Nothing Mythological About Themp. xix
I - The Three Gifts of Monsieur d'Artagnan the Elderp. 3
II - The Antechamber of Monsieur de Trevillep. 16
III - The Audiencep. 26
IV - Of Athos and His Shoulder, of Porthos and His Baldric, and of Aramis and His Handkerchiefp. 36
V - His Majesty's Musketeers and the Cardinal's Guardsp. 43
VI - His Majesty King Louis XIIIp. 53
VII - Home Life of the Musketeersp. 69
VIII - Concerning a Court Intriguep. 76
IX - D'Artagnan to the Forep. 84
X - Concerning a Mousetrap in the Seventeenth Centuryp. 91
XI - In Which the Plot Thickensp. 100
XII - George Villiers, Duke of Buckinghamp. 115
XIII - Of Monsieur Bonacieuxp. 122
XIV - The Man of Meungp. 129
XV - Men of Law and Men of the Swordp. 138
XVI - Wherein Monsieur Pierre Seguier, Chancellor of France and Keeper of the Seals, Looks More Than Once for a Bell to Ring as Lustily as He Was Wont to Do of Yorep. 145
XVII - Of Monsieur Bonacieux and His Ladyp. 156
XVIII - Lover and Husbandp. 167
XIX - Plan of Campaignp. 173
XX - The Journeyp. 181
XXI - Lady Clarkp. 191
XXII - In Which Their Majesties Dance La Merlaison, a Favorite Ballet of the King'sp. 199
XXIII - The Rendezvousp. 206
XXIV - The Lodgep. 216
XXV - Of What Happened to Porthosp. 225
XXVI - Of Aramis and His Thesisp. 243
XXVII - Of Athos and His Wifep. 259
XXVIII - The Returnp. 278
XXIX - Of the Hunt for Campaign Outfitsp. 292
XXX - Miladyp. 300
XXXI - Englishmen and Frenchmenp. 307
XXXII - A Dinner at the House of an Attorney-at-Lawp. 313
XXXIII - The Soubrette and Her Mistressp. 321
XXXIV - Concerning the Respective Outfits of Aramis and Porthosp. 331
XXXV - At Night All Cats Are Grayp. 338
XXXVI - Dreams of Vengeancep. 345
XXXVII - Of Milady's Secretp. 352
XXXVIII - How Athos Without Lifting a Finger Procured His Equipment for the Campaignp. 358
XXXIX - A Visionp. 366
XL - Wherein D'Artagnan Meets His Eminence and Milady Speeds Him Off to Warp. 374
XLI - The Siege of La Rochellep. 381
XLII - Of Anjou Wine and Its Salubrious Virtuesp. 392
XLIII - At the Sign of the Red Dovecotep. 399
XLIV - Of the Utility of Stovepipesp. 406
XLV - Husband and Wifep. 413
XLVI - The Bastion Saint-Gervaisp. 418
XLVII - The Council of the Musketeersp. 424
XLVIII - A Family Affairp. 440
XLIX - Fatalityp. 453
L - Of an Intimate Conversation Between Brother and Sisterp. 460
LI - Of an Officer Out on a Strollp. 466
LII - Captivity: The First Dayp. 475
LIII - Captivity: The Second Dayp. 481
LIV - Captivity: The Third Dayp. 487
LV - Captivity: The Fourth Dayp. 495
LVI - Captivity: The Fifth Dayp. 502
LVII - How Milady Employed the Technique of Classical Tragedy to Prepare a Modern Onep. 515
LVIII - Escapep. 521
LIX - Of What Occurred at Portsmouth on August 23, 1628p. 528
LX - Of What Was Happening in Francep. 538
LXI - Of What Occurred at the Convent of the Carmelite Nuns in Bethunep. 543
LXII - Of Two Varieties of Demonsp. 555
LXIII - Of Wine and Waterp. 561
LXIV - The Man in the Red Cloakp. 573
LXV - Day of Judgmentp. 577
LXVI - Of How Judgment Was Accomplishedp. 585
LXVII - Of the Cardinal, His Agent and a Lieutenant's Commissionp. 589
LXVIII - Epiloguep. 597

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