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Le vicomte de Bragelonne [NOOK Book]

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Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, publié de 1847 a 1850 dans le journal Le Siécle, fait suite aux Trois Mousquetaires et Vingt ans apres. Les héros des deux premiers romans de la trilogie ont vieilli et on sent l’approche de la fin. Raoul de Bragelonne est le fils naturel du comte de La Fère (Athos) et de la duchesse de Chevreuse. Il donne son nom au roman mais il n’en est que l’un de nombreux personnages et au final il est moins visible que Louis XIV ou d’Artagnan.
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Le vicomte de Bragelonne

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Overview

Le Vicomte de Bragelonne, publié de 1847 a 1850 dans le journal Le Siécle, fait suite aux Trois Mousquetaires et Vingt ans apres. Les héros des deux premiers romans de la trilogie ont vieilli et on sent l’approche de la fin. Raoul de Bragelonne est le fils naturel du comte de La Fère (Athos) et de la duchesse de Chevreuse. Il donne son nom au roman mais il n’en est que l’un de nombreux personnages et au final il est moins visible que Louis XIV ou d’Artagnan.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012710468
  • Publisher: Halcyon Press Ltd.
  • Publication date: 12/2/2010
  • Language: French
  • Series: Classiques Alcyoniens , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,191,033
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Alexandre Dumas, dit Dumas Père, naît le 24 juillet 1802 a Villers-Cotterets et meurt le 5 décembre 1870 a Puys (Seine-Maritime). Il est le fils de Thomas Alexandre Davy de la Pailleterie, général d’armée, dit le général Dumas, et le père de l’écrivain Alexandre Dumas, dit Dumas fils. La collaboration littéraire qui unit Dumas à Auguste Maquet est l’objet d’importantes discussions. Fils d’un mulâtre, il est souvent l’objet de sarcasmes racistes.
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