Twenty Years After Alexandre Dumas Folio Society 2001

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Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas

A book of the D'Artagnan Romances, it is a sequel to The Three Musketeers and precedes The Vicomte de Bragelonne (which includes the sub-plot, Man in the Iron Mask). The novel follows events in France during La Fronde, during the childhood reign of Louis XIV, and in England near the end of the English Civil War, leading up to the victory of Oliver Cromwell and the execution of King Charles I. Through the words of the main characters, particularly Athos, Dumas comes out on the side of the monarchy in general, or at least the text often praises the idea of benevolent royalty. His musketeers are valiant and just in their efforts to protect young Louis XIV and the doomed Charles I from their attackers. This book is the least well-known of the Musketeer saga but works effectively as a sequel, with reappearances by most main characters (or children of main characters) and a number of subplots.

Features;

  • Folio Society First Impression No. 1068
  • Publisher Folio Society, London; 2001
  • Brown Buckram Hardback, 683 pp
  • Illustrations by Roman Pisarev
  • Size 250 x 170mm, 2kg

Condition: Fine – Superb Unmarked Copy

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Weight 2 kg

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