The Three Musketeers

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Queen Anne of Austria — the unhappy Queen of France. D'Artagnan resolves to avenge himself upon the older man, who is later revealed to be the Comte de Rochefort , an agent of Cardinal Richelieu , who is passing orders from the Cardinal to his spy, Lady de Winter, usually called Milady de Winter or simply "Milady". Later, he took part in Milady's trial. Porthos — M. George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham - a handsome and charismatic man used to getting his way: he thinks nothing of starting a war between England and France for his personal convenience. His courtship of Anne of Austria gets her in trouble. He is informed that the Queen has rescued Constance from prison. Richelieu turns Monsieur Bonacieux against his wife, and he goes on to play a role in her abduction. Before arriving, d'Artagnan is compelled to assault, and nearly to kill, the Comte de Wardes, a friend of the Cardinal, cousin of Rochefort and Milady's lover. D'Artagnan impersonates a rival to spend a night with her, attracting her deadly hatred. In gratitude, she gives him a beautiful ring. He finds a fleur-de-lis branded on Milady's shoulder, marking her as a felon. Musketeers' servants Planchet — a young man from Picardy , he is seen by Porthos on the Pont de la Tournelle spitting into the river below.

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Seven Seas Solitaire Milady de Winter — a beautiful and evil spy of the Cardinal, she is also Athos's ex-wife. The daring escapades of TThe four comrades are played out against a background of court intrigue involving the powerful cardinal Richelieu. D'Artagnan resolves to avenge himself upon the older man, who is later revealed to be the Comte de Rochefortan TThe of Cardinal Richelieuwho is passing orders from the Cardinal to his spy, Lady Mermaid Adventures: The Magic Pearl Winter, usually called Milady de Winter or simply "Milady". Milady is imprisoned on arrival in England, but she seduces her guard, Felton a fictionalization of the real John Feltonand persuades him to allow her escape and to kill Buckingham himself. D'Artagnan hires a servant named Planchet, finds lodgings, and reports to Monsieur des Essart, whose company is a less prestigious regiment in which he will have to serve for The Three Musketeers years before being considered for the Musketeers. Learn more. The least MMusketeers of the quartet, he compensates with his homeric strength of body and character. In gratitude, she gives The Three Musketeers a beautiful ring. Questions or concerns? He is ordered to the Siege of La Rochelle. D'Artagnan meets Milady de Winter officially, and recognizes her as one Greek Goddesses of Solitaire the Cardinal's agents, but becomes infatuated with her until her maid reveals Mad Mouse Milady is indifferent toward him. As d'Artagnan prepares himself for the first duel, he realizes that Athos's seconds are Porthos and Aramis, who are astonished that the young Gascon intends to duel them all. The Musketeers arrest Milady before she reaches Cardinal Richelieu.

En route to England, the Cardinal's henchmen repeatedly attack them and only d'Artagnan and Planchet reach London. Plot summary[ edit ] In France, d'Artagnan a poor young nobleman leaves his family in Gascony and travels to Paris to join the Musketeers of the Guard. Although Milady stole two of the diamond studs, the Duke of Buckingham provides replacements while delaying the thief's return to Paris. Arriving for an assignation, he sees signs of a struggle and discovers that Rochefort and M. After d'Artagnan rescues her from the Cardinal's guard, he immediately falls in love with her. He is a would-be dandy, just as vain as his master. D'Artagnan impersonates a rival to spend a night with her, attracting her deadly hatred. Constance Bonacieux — the Queen's seamstress and confidante. In gratitude, she gives him a beautiful ring. Lord Winter - brother of Milady's second husband, who died of a mysterious disease apparently poisoned by Milady. The least cerebral of the quartet, he compensates with his homeric strength of body and character. The Three Musketeers is a romance par excellence, and the pace of the narrative carries the reader on a delirious journey. A Musketeer of the Guard c. D'Artagnan offers the letter to Athos, Porthos, and Aramis in turn but each refuses it; Athos because it is below him, Porthos because he is retiring to marry his wealthy mistress, and Aramis because he is joining the priesthood. He does, however, write a letter of introduction to an academy for young gentlemen which may prepare his visitor for recruitment at a later time.

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D'Artagnan offers the letter to Athos, Porthos, and Aramis in turn but each refuses it; Athos because it is below him, Porthos because he is retiring to marry his wealthy mistress, and Aramis because he is joining the priesthood. Depiction of the Cardinal's musketeers, the great rivals of the King's musketeers. He is informed that the Queen has rescued Constance from prison. As d'Artagnan and Athos begin, Cardinal Richelieu 's guards appear and attempt to arrest d'Artagnan and the three Musketeers for illegal dueling. Following their duel on the road to Paris, d'Artagnan swears to have his revenge. He initially enlists d'Artagnan's help to rescue his wife from the Cardinal's guards, but when he himself is arrested, he and the Cardinal discover they have an understanding. Musketeers' servants Planchet — a young man from Picardy , he is seen by Porthos on the Pont de la Tournelle spitting into the river below. Constance tries to send her husband to London to fetch the diamonds from Buckingham, but the man is instead manipulated by Richelieu and thus does not go, so d'Artagnan and his friends intercede. They warn Lord de Winter and the Duke of Buckingham. Alexandre Dumas worked with the history professor Auguste Maquet, who is often credited with the premise for, and even the first draft of, Les Trois Mousquetaires, although the text, like all his others, plays very fast and loose with the historical narrative. Questions or concerns? Although these articles may currently differ in style from others on the site, they allow us to provide wider coverage of topics sought by our readers, through a diverse range of trusted voices.

Armed with only a letter of recommendation to M. Queen Anne of Austria — the unhappy Queen of France. See Article History This contribution has not yet been formally edited by Britannica. He becomes a father figure to d'Artagnan. The Comte de Rochefort arrests d'Artagnan and takes him to the Cardinal. Articles such as this one were acquired and published with the primary aim of expanding the information on Britannica. Shortly afterwards, d'Artagnan begins an affair with Madame Bonacieux. Maquet would suggest plot outlines after doing historical research; Dumas then expanded the plot, removing some characters, including new ones, and imbuing the story with his unmistakable style. To conform to 19th-century English standards, all of the explicit and many of the implicit references to sexuality were removed, adversely affecting the readability of several scenes, such as the scenes between d'Artagnan and Milady. Although Milady stole two of the diamond studs, the Duke of Buckingham provides replacements while delaying the thief's return to Paris. One recent English translation is by Richard Pevear , who, though applauding Barrow's work, states that most of the modern translations available today are "textbook examples of bad translation practices" which "give their readers an extremely distorted notion of Dumas' writing". Musketeers' servants Planchet — a young man from Picardy , he is seen by Porthos on the Pont de la Tournelle spitting into the river below.

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  1. Editions[ edit ] Les Trois Mousquetaires was translated into three English versions by Grimaud — a Breton. D'Artagnan — Charles de Batz de Castelmore d'Artagnan: a young, foolhardy, brave and clever man seeking to become a musketeer in France.

  2. The next morning, Athos bets that he, d'Artagnan, Porthos, and Aramis, and their servants can hold the recaptured St. Musketeers' servants Planchet — a young man from Picardy , he is seen by Porthos on the Pont de la Tournelle spitting into the river below. He imprisoned Milady upon her arrival in England and decided to send her overseas in exile.

  3. He initially enlists d'Artagnan's help to rescue his wife from the Cardinal's guards, but when he himself is arrested, he and the Cardinal discover they have an understanding. He becomes a father figure to d'Artagnan. Kitty — a servant of Milady de Winter. These articles have not yet undergone the rigorous in-house editing or fact-checking and styling process to which most Britannica articles are customarily subjected. As d'Artagnan and Athos begin, Cardinal Richelieu 's guards appear and attempt to arrest d'Artagnan and the three Musketeers for illegal dueling.

  4. D'Artagnan offers the letter to Athos, Porthos, and Aramis in turn but each refuses it; Athos because it is below him, Porthos because he is retiring to marry his wealthy mistress, and Aramis because he is joining the priesthood. Shortly afterwards, d'Artagnan begins an affair with Madame Bonacieux. The Three Musketeers is a romance par excellence, and the pace of the narrative carries the reader on a delirious journey. Bonacieux, acting under the orders of the Cardinal, have assaulted and imprisoned her.

  5. To conform to 19th-century English standards, all of the explicit and many of the implicit references to sexuality were removed, adversely affecting the readability of several scenes, such as the scenes between d'Artagnan and Milady. Learn more. He imprisoned Milady upon her arrival in England and decided to send her overseas in exile.

  6. After her execution, the four friends return to the Siege of La Rochelle. After d'Artagnan rescues her from the Cardinal's guard, he immediately falls in love with her. D'Artagnan hires a servant named Planchet, finds lodgings, and reports to Monsieur des Essart, whose company is a less prestigious regiment in which he will have to serve for two years before being considered for the Musketeers. The least cerebral of the quartet, he compensates with his homeric strength of body and character. Gervais bastion against the rebels for an hour, for the purpose of discussing their next course of action.

  7. Others Milady de Winter — a beautiful and evil spy of the Cardinal, she is also Athos's ex-wife. He loses several opportunities, but their paths finally cross again towards the end of the novel. D'Artagnan — Charles de Batz de Castelmore d'Artagnan: a young, foolhardy, brave and clever man seeking to become a musketeer in France.

  8. Questions or concerns? He is informed that the Queen has rescued Constance from prison. When questioned about Milady's execution, d'Artagnan presents her letter of pardon as his own.

  9. Richelieu turns Monsieur Bonacieux against his wife, and he goes on to play a role in her abduction. Plot summary[ edit ] In France, d'Artagnan a poor young nobleman leaves his family in Gascony and travels to Paris to join the Musketeers of the Guard. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription.

  10. After her execution, the four friends return to the Siege of La Rochelle. Although Milady stole two of the diamond studs, the Duke of Buckingham provides replacements while delaying the thief's return to Paris. He turns out to be a brave, intelligent and loyal servant. Questions or concerns? Constance Bonacieux — the Queen's seamstress and confidante.

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