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    The Three Musketeers & Alexandre Dumas Alexandre Dumas’s novels and in particular The Three Musketeers are so great for his ability to mix fact with fiction. As a historical novel, The Three Musketeers bases its story around some major characters and events of 17th century, French history. Cardinal Richelieu, Anne of Austria, and other important characters really lived and acted the way they do in the novel. In fact, the historical basis of Dumas's story extends all the way to his initial idea

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    someone to tell me there is no drama in real life!” (Dumas), exclaimed Alexandre Dumas, author of The Three Musketeers and The Count Of Monte Cristo, one of the most popular writers of Europe in the 19th century. Dumas lived during an interesting time period in France and some of his family's experiences went into the making of his most popular books, The Count Of Monte Cristo. FATHER'S LIFE The fascinating life of Dumas' father, Alexandre Dumas, plays a critical part in the story line in The Count

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    Alexander Dumas: The Pioneer

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    Alexandre Dumas is a man who lived his life in a time when racism ran quite rampant. Today, Dumas is known by his constant work toward a literary movement that is recognized even today. Dumas frowned upon an era known today as the “Age of Wit” ("Introductory Lecture on the Neoclassical Period in English Literature”) and advocated a new writing style, which managed to grow prominent throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.. Despite his racial and writing criticisms, Alexandre Dumas engages

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    The Three Musketeers is about 4 heroes who save the day. They are successful in defeating the evil because of the heroic deeds of d'Artagnan. D'Artagnan is introduced to the three musketeers by incidentally insulting all of them. They each challenge him to a duel for what he has done to them, but while he is dueling with one of the musketeers, one of the cardinal's guards threatens to arrest them because there is a law in which says there is no dueling. D'Artagnan and the musketeers join forces

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    The Influence of Shakespeare on Dumas

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    The Influence of Shakespeare on Dumas Alexandre Dumas was the writer of many famous books such as The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Dumas was influenced by many different authors and play writers, but one significant influence on Dumas’ writing was the work of William Shakespeare. Dumas used Shakespeare’s ideas of poison and romance in his novel The Count of Monte Cristo. Experts say that one pivotal element that Dumas used in The Count of Monte Cristo that is also used in the

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    Influencing Alexandre Dumas

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    Influencing Alexandre Dumas The works of Shakespeare have a great influence on other cultured works around the world. Other writers have written their own variations on Shakespeare’s themes of his plays, and adapted his style into their storylines. One of these writers consist of Alexandre Dumas, having written the famous classics The Count of Monte Cristo , The Three Musketeers, and The Man in the Iron Mask to name a few. He was fascinated by the plays of Shakespeare which displayed a plethora

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    Why is Alexandre Dumas Famous? Over the years I have been many books that I've read by many artists. Many of these books have caught my attention and made me realize how joyous it is to read books. But no other writer has ever had an impact on me like the great Alexandre Dumas. His style of writing is one that has lived with me in some dark times. Especially his novel The Three Musketeers, about a young man in a big city and the hardships he faces to achieve his dream of fulfilling his destiny of

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    “All for one, and one for all," the motto of the King's Musketeers in the Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, is a slogan that the four main male characters follow in their everyday lives. However, whenever a woman is concerned, each male character attempts to place the woman’s honor above his own, due to the thought that a woman needs more protection than a man does. Privately, each character shares the opinion that women are the weaker gender of the human race. Although not the most prevalent

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    Book Title: The Count of Monte Cristo Author Name(s): Alexandre Dumas Publisher/City & Date of Publication, Number of pages: Barnes & Noble Books, New York, NY, 2004; 591 Pages Literary Genre: Historical Fiction (10 points) Author Biography: Alexandre Dumas was born on July 24, 1802, in Villers-Cotterêts, France. Dumas was a playwright and a novelist whose books have been translated into over 100 different languages. He is the one of the most widely read French authors ever. One of

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    In the adventure novel The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas uses highly ornate language and precise detail and symbols to convey an overall dark yet humorous view on noble aristocratic society, particularly its use of personal militias. Diction Throughout the novel, Dumas writes in a high connotative style. His use of poetic however grotesque and ornate language creates a disastrous, immoral atmosphere which the characters unintentionally create through their own actions. For example, “It was

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