Los tres mosqueteros [NOOK Book]

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Francia, abril de 1625. En la polvorienta villa de Meung se cruzan los destinos de un joven gascón, una hermosa mujer y un misterioso hidalgo, así da comienzo una de las mayores historias de aventuras jamás escrita. Una carta de recomendación extraviada es la responsable de que el impulsivo DArtagnan se adentre, sin saberlo, en un mundo de intrigas palaciegas, luchas intestinas, traiciones, celos, capas y espadas en el que perseguirá su sueño de gloria. De paso, forjará una amistad inquebrantable encarnada en una...
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Los tres mosqueteros

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Francia, abril de 1625. En la polvorienta villa de Meung se cruzan los destinos de un joven gascón, una hermosa mujer y un misterioso hidalgo, así da comienzo una de las mayores historias de aventuras jamás escrita. Una carta de recomendación extraviada es la responsable de que el impulsivo DArtagnan se adentre, sin saberlo, en un mundo de intrigas palaciegas, luchas intestinas, traiciones, celos, capas y espadas en el que perseguirá su sueño de gloria. De paso, forjará una amistad inquebrantable encarnada en una divisa inolvidable: «¡Uno para todos y todos para uno!»

«No digo que no exista un personaje tan bien dibujado en la obra de Shakespeare como DArtagnan. Solo digo que no hay ningún otro que me guste tanto.»
Robert Louis Stevenson
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788026803652
  • Publisher: e-artnow ebooks
  • Publication date: 11/27/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 604
  • Sales rank: 934,894
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) es una figura dominante en la escena literaria del siglo xix francés. Autor de novelas inolvidables, como El conde de Montecristo, Los tres mosqueteros , Veinte años después o La reina Margot, su literatura de corte novelesco continúa viva en nuestro tiempo. Sus novelas se reeditan sin cesar y sus historias son adaptadas una y otra vez por la industria cinematográfica.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2013

    Hola

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