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  1. Album Spécimen: 50 Dessins Extraits De L'édition Illustrée Des Oeuvres D'alexandre Dumas (père) (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-05
  2. Causeries Volume 1 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-05
  3. Le comte de Monte-Cristo Volume 1-5 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, Maquet Auguste 1813-1888, 2010-10-01
  4. Les quarante-cinq Volume 1 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, Maquet Auguste 1813-1888, 2010-10-05
  5. Les quarante-cinq Volume 3 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, Maquet Auguste 1813-1888, 2010-10-05
  6. Causeries Volume 2 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-05
  7. Petit Dictionnaire De Cuisine (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, Vuillemot J, 2010-10-04
  8. Vingt ans après Volume 1 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, Maquet Auguste 1813-1888, 2010-10-05
  9. Excursions sur les bords du Rhin Volume 1-2 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-01
  10. Impressions de voyage Volume 1 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-04
  11. Gabriel Lambert (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-04
  12. La comtesse de Salisbury Volume 1 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-05
  13. Le chevalier d'Harmental Volume 1 (French Edition) by Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-05
  14. Un cadet de famille Volume 3 (French Edition) by Perceval Victor 1835-, Dumas Alexandre 1802-1870, 2010-10-05

21. Alexandre Dumas
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Alexandre Dumas is one of the greatest writers of his time. Alexandre Dumas was born on July 24, 1802, in Villers-Cotterêts, France. Few people know that Alexandre was a grandson of a Haitian slave who was also the illegitimate son of Marie Louise-Elizabeth Labouret and Thomas-Alexandre Davy de la Pailleterie, a general in Napoleon's army. His father died when Alexandre was four, in 1806, leaving the family in financial trouble. Although he did not have much money and had limited schooling, Alexandre had a happy childhood. In 1818, Alexandre's mother informed him that they had no money and that he had to find a job. Alexandre accepted a clerking position for the Duke of Orléans in Paris, where he worked as a clerk. After he met a famous French actor, Talma, and decided to become a play writer. Alexandre wrote his first play, Napoléon Bonapart, in 1825. His most popular novels are the musketeers trilogy, which includes The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, and The Man in the Iron Mask. Another well-known novels were The Count of Monte Cristo, Ten Years Late, and The Black Tulip. Alexandre fathered two illegitimate children of two different mothers. His son, Alexandre Dumas Junior was born on July 27, 1824 and his daughter, Marie Dumas, was born on March 5, 1831. On February 1, 1840, Alexandre married a woman whom he divorced six years later. By 1843 Alexandre wrote fifteen plays. Historical novels brought him an enormous fortune, but he spent money faster than he earned it. Even though Alexandre earned about 200,000 francs yearly and received an annual sum of 63,000 francs from the newspapers La Presse and the Constitutionel, he was usually in financial trouble

23. Dumas, Alexandre. The Count Of Monte Cristo. - Free Online Library
Free Online Library Dumas, Alexandre. The Count of Monte Cristo.(Brief article, Audiobook review) by Kliatt ; Business Publishing industry Library and information science
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Dumas, Alexandre , known as . The Count of Monte Cristo Count of Monte Cristo
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Count of Monte Cristo . (An anonymous translation first published by Chapman and Hall Chapman and Hall was a British publishing house, founded in the first half of the 19th century by Edward Chapman and William Hall. Upon Hall's death in 1847, Chapman's cousin Frederic Chapman became partner in the company, of which he became sole manager upon the retirement of in 1846.) Read by John Lee. 19 cds. 24 hrs. Blackstone Audio. 2008. 978-1-4332-1577-3. $130.00. Vinyl; plot, author, reader notes. SA
Popular writers of contemporary action thrillers owe a debt of gratitude to Dumas, whose famous early-19th-century protagonist, Edmond Dantes, is a loner loner Psychiatry A single young man estranged from society and family, who suffers from psychogenic pain, and tends to live 'on the edge', vacillating between aggression and depression; loners often have unrealistic goals, but are unable to work towards those goals

24. FireBlade Coffeehouse: Alexandre Dumas
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The Three Musketeers Twenty Years After
The Musketeers vie for power during Louis XIV's minority.
Ten Years Later
Raoul sets off the events that lead to the end of the story. Aramis no doubt continues his plottings.
The Missing Viscount
The probable chapter titles of the missing chapters that belong here.
Louise de la Valliere The Man in the Iron Mask A Masked Ball
A short story involving love, a masked ball, and a cemetery.
The History of the Three Musketeers
How much of what Dumas wrote actually happened? Also, pictures of the supporting cast, including the King, Queen, and Richilieu.
Frequently Lacked Answers
A cluttered compilation of questions about The Man in the Iron Mask , focusing on the movie.
Review: La Prise de Pouvoir de Louis XIV
Elina Yerdavletova writes with a review of this French movie chronicling the rise of Louis XIV.
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25. Dumas, Alexandre - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Dumas
Dumas, Alexandre (1802–1870) French writer, known as Dumas p re (the father). His popular historical romances were the reworked output of a ‘fictionfactory’ of collaborators.
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26. The Black Tulip By Alexandre Dumas Père - Project Gutenberg
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Author Dumas père, Alexandre, 1802-1870 Title The Black Tulip Note Translation of Tulipe Noire Language English LoC Class PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Subject Tulip Mania, 1634-1637 Fiction Subject Witt, Johan de, 1625-1672 Fiction Subject Netherlands History 1648-1714 Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Jul 1, 1997 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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27. Twenty Years After By Alexandre Dumas Père - Project Gutenberg
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Author Dumas père, Alexandre, 1802-1870 Title Twenty Years After Language English LoC Class PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Subject France History Louis XIV, 1643-1715 Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 1, 1998 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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28. The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas Père - Project Gutenberg
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Author Dumas père, Alexandre, 1802-1870 Title The Three Musketeers Language English LoC Class PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Subject Historical fiction Subject France History Louis XIII, 1610-1643 Fiction Subject Adventure and adventurers Fiction Subject Swordsmen Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 1, 1998 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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29. Dumas, Alexandre - Fun Facts And Information
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    Which one of the musketeer servants helped the duke of Beaufort to escape from the Vincennes tower ? Alexandre Dumas' "20 Years After"

      Grimaud . Athos, who was a frondist, sent his faithful servant, Grimaud, in to the Vincennes prison as a fake guard. He was supposed to watch closely the imprisoned duke. Beaufort hated him at first, because he didn't talk too much, but when he found out the truth, he was eager to follow the plan made by his friends.
    Who were Raoul's parents ? Alexandre Dumas' "20 Years After"

      Madame de Chevreuse and Athos . Raoul was in reality an accident; after his birth, the mother left him at the inn where nine months earlier Athos had rested on a cold winter night (Madame de Chevreuse was already there; in the end her famous glamour charmed the count). Athos, recognising his son, adopted the baby and raised him, without telling him who his real parents were.

30. Dumaspere.com, Le Site Officiel De La Société Des Amis D'Alexandre Dumas
Actualit s des expositions, biographie chronologique, ses proches et portraits. Pr sentation de son oeuvre, s lection d ouvrage, filmographie et images. Feuilleton suivre en ligne Capitaine Pamphile.
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31. Dumas, Alexandre Summary | BookRags.com
Dumas, Alexandre. Dumas, Alexandre summary with encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
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32. Sandammeer - Die Virtuelle Literaturzeitschrift
(Sandammeer) Rezension von Harald Schulz.
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"Alexandre Dumas - Ein Portrait" "Das Äußere von Herrn Dumas ist recht bekannt: Statur eines Tambourmajors, herkulische Ausmaße aller Köperteile, wulstige Lippen, afrikanische Nase, Krauskopf, braunes Gesicht. Seine Herkunft ist seinem Aussehen von einem Ende zum anderen eingeschrieben, doch sie zeigt sich mehr noch in seinem Charakter. Das schöne Geschlecht, besiegt von einer wahnsinnigen Verschwendung, den Verlockungen vielversprechender breiter Schultern erlegen, das schöne Geschlecht also zögert nicht, zu einem Ätherflacon zu greifen, um einen gewissen verdächtigen Geruch zu neutralisieren, der sich unverschämt in den Reiz des Schäferstündchens mischt: Neger!"
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In jungen Jahren trieb Dumas das Verlangen nach beruflichem Erfolg und Wohllebigkeit in die Hauptstadt Paris, wo ihm bald schon als Verfasser romantischer Dramen ("Antony") der Durchbruch gelang. Als freischaffender Schriftsteller brachte er es rasch zu Wohlstand, überhaupt nachdem er das Feuilleton für seine Romane erobert hatte. Zwischen 1844 und 1848 erschienen fast gleichzeitig seine berühmten Feuilletonromane " Die drei Musketiere ", "Der Graf von Monte Cristo", "Die Bartholomäusnacht" und andere heute

33. Dumas, Alexandre: Information From Answers.com
('Dumas fils') Dumas, Alexandre (‘Dumas fils ’) (182495). Playwright, often bracketed with Augier as the most influential dramatist of the Second Empire. Natural son of
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Home Library French Literature Companion ('Dumas fils') Dumas, Alexandre (‘Dumas fils (1824-95). Playwright, often bracketed with Augier as the most influential dramatist of the Second Empire. Natural son of Alexandre Dumas père , the circumstances of his birth and upbringing induced in him a lifelong concern with the problems of adultery, illegitimacy, and prostitution. La Dame aux camélias (1852), his play about the doomed passion of a courtesan and the scion of an honourable family, has achieved legendary status and was turned into an opera, La Traviata , by Verdi. Unlike Augier, who was drawn to broader subjects like the ethics of commerce, the power of the press, and the influence of the Church, Dumas fils concentrates narrowly on sexual morality, arguing a case for or against certain values and attitudes. His dialogue is brilliant and showy, involving carefully orchestrated rhetorical exchanges, and he handles surprise and suspense skilfully. He tends to sensationalize his subject-matter, as one can see from Le Demi-monde (1855), his play about an unscrupulous woman of easy virtue;

34. Alexandre Dumas
Bibliografie van Nederlandstalige uitgaven.
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35. Dumas, Alexandre
Title ALEXANDRE DUMAS PAPERS Date range 18691894 Location A.D88 Size 1 box. A series of twenty-seven letters and notes to Dr. Henri Favre, to whom Dumas was introduced by
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36. Oxford AASC: Dumas, Alexandre, Père At A Glance
Sex Male. Born VillersCotter ts, Paris, France 1802 Died Puys, France 1870
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  • Dumas, Alexandre Source: Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895: From the Colonial Period to the Age of Frederick Douglass Word Count: Includes: Bibliography (b. 24 July 1802; d. 5 December 1870), Read full article
    Source: Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, Second Edition Word Count: French novelist, dramatist, and essayist of African descent, a central figure in nineteenth-century French Romantic literature. In 1893 the playwright George Bernard Shaw described Alexandre Dumas drame moderne , and, although dated today, his plays enjoyed unprecedented success in their time. His greatest novels, rich in passionate characters, lively dialogue, and gripping plots, have lasting appeal, and many, such ...

37. Encyclopdie De L'Agora | Dumas (pre) Alexandre
Dossier interactif sur l auteur fran ais dans l encyclop die de l Agora.
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38. Dumas, Alexandre Quotes On Quotations Book
Alexandre Dumas, pre, born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie (July 24, 1802 December 5, 1870), is best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him
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39. Henri III Et Sa Cour By Alexandre Dumas Père - Project Gutenberg
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