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The Three Musketeers (Anglais) Relié – 21 septembre 1999


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Classic for a reason. 20 décembre 2003
Par Dennis Phillips - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
For years schoolteachers have tried to get their pupils interested in reading by telling them they have to read this book. Of course this seldom works for there is a difference in reading for pleasure and reading because one is forced to do so. I must admit however that if this tact is ever going to work, it should work with this book. Dumas is the master of the adventure story and this just may be his best work. Sex, violence, intrigue, and one purely evil character are to be found in the pages of this book. What more could the modern reader ask for?
The story does not center on the actual three musketeers in question as the book might imply. Instead the young d'Artagnan is the hero of this story as the reader follows him in his successful quest to become one of the King's Musketeers. He soon becomes entangled in disputes with three musketeers who will become his best friends. Aramis, Athos and Porthos are an eclectic and eccentric group whose mere presence in a scene immediately adds color. D'Artagnan's adventures with his three friends have been immortalized on film many times, but do not be fooled. The films bear little resemblance to the book in many instances and seldom do they do Dumas' work justice. For one thing, the activities of our little group that would today be frowned upon seem never to make it to the big screen. For example, I have never seen a film version in which Porthos beats his lackey.
It is of course easy to review a classic like this and rave about how wonderful it is. Others who are no doubt much more intelligent than myself have indicated that this is one of the all time great books, so it must be so. In truth, I don't really care what others have said. What I care about is whether I enjoyed the book or not and I assure you that I did enjoy this book very much. Dumas' writing draws in his reader and it is often quite hard to put the story down in order to look after other important matters, like sleep. The reader will find no deep symbolism here, just good fun and a lot of it. Of course, just by accident the reader might just learn a little history but fear not for there will be no test.
Granddaughter loves this book 19 mars 2014
Par S. P. Andrews - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a required reading book for my granddaughter and she loves it. The book is new and clean. She can take it to school.
Read this book! 10 juin 2013
Par M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If I made a list this would be one of my top five favorite books of all time... Not sure why modern Hollywood always interprets this story as a comedy - yes, it has comedic moments, but mostly its a book of intrigue, romance and adventure. Highly recommended!
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