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It has been eight years since Philippe was captured and locked in the prison of Bastille. He languishes here, wondering what he could have possibly done to deserve such an unending, cruel punishment. And why is his face always under the clasp of an iron mask? Eight long years, Philippe has only wondered. Now, the truth is finally revealed to him. Aramis, one of the three musketeers, goes to Philippe’s cell and hands over a mirror and a portrait of the reigning King Louis XIV. Philippe is the twin brother of the King of France, and Aramis intends to put him on the throne. The corrupt and destructive ways of the current king have gone on for far too long. THE FINAL AND THE MOST DANGEROUS ADVENTURE OF THE THREE MUSKETEERS DRAWS NEAR, ONE THAT WILL BRING THEM HEAD TO HEAD WITH THE MOST POWERFUL MAN IN FRANCE.

 

About the Author

Alexandre Dumas was born in July 1802, in Villers-Cotterêt, Aisne, France, as Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie. He is one of the most well-known French playwrights and novelists, best remembered for The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Dumas was a prolific writer who penned numerous essays, short stories, serialized novels, and plays. His literary career began after he started working for Louis Philippe, the Duke of Orléans. He made his own literary debut at the stage at Comédie-Française with plays like Henry III and His Court (1829), Byronic Antony (1831), The Tower of Nesle (1832), and Kean (1836). Alexandre Dumas died in December 1870, at Puys, near Dieppe, France. He was buried in the cemetery in Villers-Cotterêt. In the year 2002, however, his remains were shifted to the Pantheon in Paris where he now rests with other French luminaries like Victor Hugo, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Voltaire, and Émile Zola.
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The Man In The Iron Mask

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  • ISBN: 9789354404108
  • Author: Alexandre Dumas
  • Publisher: Fingerprint
  • Pages: 600
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

It has been eight years since Philippe was captured and locked in the prison of Bastille. He languishes here, wondering what he could have possibly done to deserve such an unending, cruel punishment. And why is his face always under the clasp of an iron mask? Eight long years, Philippe has only wondered. Now, the truth is finally revealed to him. Aramis, one of the three musketeers, goes to Philippe’s cell and hands over a mirror and a portrait of the reigning King Louis XIV. Philippe is the twin brother of the King of France, and Aramis intends to put him on the throne. The corrupt and destructive ways of the current king have gone on for far too long. THE FINAL AND THE MOST DANGEROUS ADVENTURE OF THE THREE MUSKETEERS DRAWS NEAR, ONE THAT WILL BRING THEM HEAD TO HEAD WITH THE MOST POWERFUL MAN IN FRANCE.

 

About the Author

Alexandre Dumas was born in July 1802, in Villers-Cotterêt, Aisne, France, as Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie. He is one of the most well-known French playwrights and novelists, best remembered for The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Dumas was a prolific writer who penned numerous essays, short stories, serialized novels, and plays. His literary career began after he started working for Louis Philippe, the Duke of Orléans. He made his own literary debut at the stage at Comédie-Française with plays like Henry III and His Court (1829), Byronic Antony (1831), The Tower of Nesle (1832), and Kean (1836). Alexandre Dumas died in December 1870, at Puys, near Dieppe, France. He was buried in the cemetery in Villers-Cotterêt. In the year 2002, however, his remains were shifted to the Pantheon in Paris where he now rests with other French luminaries like Victor Hugo, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Voltaire, and Émile Zola.

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