Musketeers !

by Olivier Renaudeau
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If Louis XIII, Anne of Austria, Cardinal Richelieu, the siege of La Rochelle or the arrest of Fouquet are still known around the world, first through Alexander novelist of genius Dumas who raised these characters and these moments in the history of France to the rank of planetary myths. Subject to all sorts of interpretations and adaptations, literary, theatrical, play or film, the epic of the Musketeers Yet, above all, history.
The body of the musketeers of King Louis XIII and their presence in the battles, the figures of D'Artagnan, Athos, Aramis, Porthos and Milady, through the case of the studs of the Queen or the iron mask, the exploits of this elite unit dedicated to the sovereign are both resituated in their historical context, poorly understood, and addressed in the fictional framework which raised them to the status of legend.
Constant dialogue between the historic base and the truest nature of inventions that Dumas is the main theme of this book.

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ISBN : 978-2-07-014470-9
19,7 cm × 25,5 cm × 2,5 cm
1.1 kg

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