The Resource Twenty years after, Alexandre Dumas ; edited with an introduction by David Coward, (electronic resource)

Twenty years after, Alexandre Dumas ; edited with an introduction by David Coward, (electronic resource)

Label
Twenty years after
Title
Twenty years after
Statement of responsibility
Alexandre Dumas ; edited with an introduction by David Coward
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
Twenty Years After (1845), the sequel to The Three Musketeers, is a supreme creation of suspense and heroic adventure.Two decades have passed since the musketeers triumphed over Cardinal Richelieu and Milady. Time has weakened their resolve, and dispersed their loyalties. But treasons and strategems still cry out for justice: civil war endangers the throne of France, while in England Cromwell threatens to send Charles I to the scaffold. Dumas brings his immortal quartet out of retirement to cross swords with time, the malevolence of men, and the forces of history. But their greatest test is a
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MiAaPQ
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1802-1870
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Dumas, Alexandre
Dewey number
843.7
Illustrations
maps
Index
no index present
Language note
English
LC call number
PQ2229.V6
LC item number
E5 1993
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Coward, David
Series statement
Oxford World's Classics
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  • French fiction
  • France
Label
Twenty years after, Alexandre Dumas ; edited with an introduction by David Coward, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
World's classics book
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Introduction; Select Bibliography; A Chronology of Alexandre Dumas; Map; TWENTY YEARS AFTER; I. THE PHANTOM OF RICHELIEU; II. A NIGHT-ROUND; III. TWO OLD ENEMIES; IV. ANNE OF AUSTRIA AT THE AGE OF FORTY-SIX; V. THE GASCON AND THE ITALIAN; VI. D'ARTAGNAN AT FORTY YEARS OF AGE; VII. D'ARTAGNAN IS AT A LOSS, BUT ONE OF OUR OLD ACQUAINTANCES COMES TO HIS AID; VIII. OF THE DIFFERENT INFLUENCES WHICH HALF A PISTOLE CAN HAVE ON A BEADLE AND A CHOIR BOY; IX. HOW D'ARTAGNAN, LOOKING FOR ARAMIS FAR AWAY, PERCEIVED HIM ON THE CRUPPER BEHIND PLANCHET; X. THE ABBÉ D'HERBLAY
  • XI. THE TWO GASPARDSXII. M. PORTHOS DU VALLON DE BRACIEUX DE PIERREFONDS; XIII. HOW D'ARTAGNAN PERCEIVED IN FINDING PORTHOS THAT RICHES DO NOT MAKE HAPPINESS; XIV. IN WHICH IS SHOWN THAT IF PORTHOS WAS DISCONTENTED WITH HIS LOT, MOUSQUETON WAS SATISFIED WITH HIS; XV. TWO ANGELS' HEADS; XVI. THE CHÂTEAU DE BRAGELONNE; XVII. ATHOS'S DIPLOMACY; XVIII. MONSIEUR DE BEAUFORT; XIX. HOW THE DUC DE BEAUFORT AMUSED HIMSELF IN THE PRISON AT VINCENNES; XX. GRIMAUD ON DUTY; XXI. WHAT THE PIES MADE BY FATHER MARTEAU'S SUCCESSOR CONTAINED; XXII. AN ADVENTURE OF MARIE MICHON; XXIII. THE ABBÉ SCARRON
  • XXIV. ST DENISXXV. ONE OF M. DE BEAUFORT'S FORTY MEANS OF ESCAPE; XXVI. D'ARTAGNAN'S TIMELY ARRIVAL; XXVII. THE KING'S HIGHWAY; XXVIII. THE MEETING; XXIX. FOUR OLD FRIENDS PREPARING FOR A CONFERENCE; XXX. THE PLACE ROYALE; XXXI. THE OISE FERRY-BOAT; XXXII. SKIRMISH; XXXIII. THE MONK; XXXIV. THE ABSOLUTION; XXXV. GRIMAUD SPEAKS; XXXVI. THE EVE OF BATTLE; XXXVII. A DINNER AS OF YORE; XXXVIII. THE LETTER FROM CHARLES I; XXXIX. CROMWELL'S LETTER; XL. MAZARIN AND QUEEN HENRIETTA; XLI. HOW THE UNFORTUNATE SOMETIMES MISTAKE CHANCE FOR PROVIDENCE; XLII. THE UNCLE AND THE NEPHEW; XLIII. PATERNITY
  • XLIV. AGAIN A QUEEN WHO ASKS AIDXLV. IN WHICH IT IS PROVED THAT THE FIRST MOVE IS ALWAYS A GOOD ONE; XLVI. THE TE DEUM FOR THE VICTORY OF LENS; XLVII. THE MENDICANT OF ST EUSTACHE; XLVIII. THE TOWER OF ST JACQUES LA BOUCHERIE; XLIX. THE RIOT; L. THE RIOT BECOMES A REVOLT; LI. MISFORTUNE IS A HELP TO MEMORY; LII. THE INTERVIEW; LIII. THE FLIGHT; LIV. MONSIEUR THE COADJUTOR'S COACH; LV. HOW D'ARTAGNAN GAINED TWO HUNDRED AND NINETEEN LOUIS, AND PORTHOS TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN LOUIS, BY SELLING STRAW; LVI. NEWS FROM ARAMIS; LVII. L'ÉCOSSAIS, PARJURE A SA FOI, POUR UN DENIER VENDIT SON ROI
  • LVIII. THE AVENGERLIX. OLIVER CROMWELL; LX. THE GENTLEMEN; LXI. THE LORD OUR SAVIOUR; LXII. IN WHICH IS PROVED THAT IN THE MOST TRYING CIRCUMSTANCES BRAVE MEN NEVER LOSE THEIR COURAGE, NOR HUNGRY ONES THEIR APPETITE; LXIII. HEALTH TO THE FALLEN MAJESTY; LXIV. D'ARTAGNAN FINDS A PLAN; LXV. THE PARTY AT LANSQUENET; LXVI. LONDON; LXVII. THE TRIAL; LXVIII. WHITEHALL; LXIX. THE WORKMEN; LXX. REMEMBER; LXXI. THE MAN IN THE MASK; LXXII. CROMWELL'S HOUSE; LXXIII. THE CONVERSATION; LXXIV. THE 'LIGHTNING' FELUCCA; LXXV. THE PORT WINE; LXXVI. THE PORT WINE (concluded); LXXVII. FATALITY
  • LXXVIII. IN WHICH IS TOLD HOW MOUSQUETON, AFTER HAVING MISSED BEING ROASTED, ESCAPED BEING EATEN
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (881 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191605994
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000152366
  • (EBL)800858
  • (OCoLC)778338409
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Label
Twenty years after, Alexandre Dumas ; edited with an introduction by David Coward, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
World's classics book
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Introduction; Select Bibliography; A Chronology of Alexandre Dumas; Map; TWENTY YEARS AFTER; I. THE PHANTOM OF RICHELIEU; II. A NIGHT-ROUND; III. TWO OLD ENEMIES; IV. ANNE OF AUSTRIA AT THE AGE OF FORTY-SIX; V. THE GASCON AND THE ITALIAN; VI. D'ARTAGNAN AT FORTY YEARS OF AGE; VII. D'ARTAGNAN IS AT A LOSS, BUT ONE OF OUR OLD ACQUAINTANCES COMES TO HIS AID; VIII. OF THE DIFFERENT INFLUENCES WHICH HALF A PISTOLE CAN HAVE ON A BEADLE AND A CHOIR BOY; IX. HOW D'ARTAGNAN, LOOKING FOR ARAMIS FAR AWAY, PERCEIVED HIM ON THE CRUPPER BEHIND PLANCHET; X. THE ABBÉ D'HERBLAY
  • XI. THE TWO GASPARDSXII. M. PORTHOS DU VALLON DE BRACIEUX DE PIERREFONDS; XIII. HOW D'ARTAGNAN PERCEIVED IN FINDING PORTHOS THAT RICHES DO NOT MAKE HAPPINESS; XIV. IN WHICH IS SHOWN THAT IF PORTHOS WAS DISCONTENTED WITH HIS LOT, MOUSQUETON WAS SATISFIED WITH HIS; XV. TWO ANGELS' HEADS; XVI. THE CHÂTEAU DE BRAGELONNE; XVII. ATHOS'S DIPLOMACY; XVIII. MONSIEUR DE BEAUFORT; XIX. HOW THE DUC DE BEAUFORT AMUSED HIMSELF IN THE PRISON AT VINCENNES; XX. GRIMAUD ON DUTY; XXI. WHAT THE PIES MADE BY FATHER MARTEAU'S SUCCESSOR CONTAINED; XXII. AN ADVENTURE OF MARIE MICHON; XXIII. THE ABBÉ SCARRON
  • XXIV. ST DENISXXV. ONE OF M. DE BEAUFORT'S FORTY MEANS OF ESCAPE; XXVI. D'ARTAGNAN'S TIMELY ARRIVAL; XXVII. THE KING'S HIGHWAY; XXVIII. THE MEETING; XXIX. FOUR OLD FRIENDS PREPARING FOR A CONFERENCE; XXX. THE PLACE ROYALE; XXXI. THE OISE FERRY-BOAT; XXXII. SKIRMISH; XXXIII. THE MONK; XXXIV. THE ABSOLUTION; XXXV. GRIMAUD SPEAKS; XXXVI. THE EVE OF BATTLE; XXXVII. A DINNER AS OF YORE; XXXVIII. THE LETTER FROM CHARLES I; XXXIX. CROMWELL'S LETTER; XL. MAZARIN AND QUEEN HENRIETTA; XLI. HOW THE UNFORTUNATE SOMETIMES MISTAKE CHANCE FOR PROVIDENCE; XLII. THE UNCLE AND THE NEPHEW; XLIII. PATERNITY
  • XLIV. AGAIN A QUEEN WHO ASKS AIDXLV. IN WHICH IT IS PROVED THAT THE FIRST MOVE IS ALWAYS A GOOD ONE; XLVI. THE TE DEUM FOR THE VICTORY OF LENS; XLVII. THE MENDICANT OF ST EUSTACHE; XLVIII. THE TOWER OF ST JACQUES LA BOUCHERIE; XLIX. THE RIOT; L. THE RIOT BECOMES A REVOLT; LI. MISFORTUNE IS A HELP TO MEMORY; LII. THE INTERVIEW; LIII. THE FLIGHT; LIV. MONSIEUR THE COADJUTOR'S COACH; LV. HOW D'ARTAGNAN GAINED TWO HUNDRED AND NINETEEN LOUIS, AND PORTHOS TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN LOUIS, BY SELLING STRAW; LVI. NEWS FROM ARAMIS; LVII. L'ÉCOSSAIS, PARJURE A SA FOI, POUR UN DENIER VENDIT SON ROI
  • LVIII. THE AVENGERLIX. OLIVER CROMWELL; LX. THE GENTLEMEN; LXI. THE LORD OUR SAVIOUR; LXII. IN WHICH IS PROVED THAT IN THE MOST TRYING CIRCUMSTANCES BRAVE MEN NEVER LOSE THEIR COURAGE, NOR HUNGRY ONES THEIR APPETITE; LXIII. HEALTH TO THE FALLEN MAJESTY; LXIV. D'ARTAGNAN FINDS A PLAN; LXV. THE PARTY AT LANSQUENET; LXVI. LONDON; LXVII. THE TRIAL; LXVIII. WHITEHALL; LXIX. THE WORKMEN; LXX. REMEMBER; LXXI. THE MAN IN THE MASK; LXXII. CROMWELL'S HOUSE; LXXIII. THE CONVERSATION; LXXIV. THE 'LIGHTNING' FELUCCA; LXXV. THE PORT WINE; LXXVI. THE PORT WINE (concluded); LXXVII. FATALITY
  • LXXVIII. IN WHICH IS TOLD HOW MOUSQUETON, AFTER HAVING MISSED BEING ROASTED, ESCAPED BEING EATEN
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (881 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191605994
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000152366
  • (EBL)800858
  • (OCoLC)778338409
  • (SSID)ssj0000642340
  • (PQKBManifestationID)12234109
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000642340
  • (PQKBWorkID)10647355
  • (PQKB)10516833
  • (SSID)ssj0001039227
  • (PQKBManifestationID)12471292
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0001039227
  • (PQKBWorkID)11057033
  • (PQKB)11119099
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC800858
  • (EXLCZ)992670000000152366

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