[Ebook] ➠ Vingt ans après By Alexandre Dumas – Bassgrotto.co.uk

Vingt ans après Initialement Publi En 1845, Vingt Ans Apr S Est La Suite Des Trois Mousquetaires L Action Se D Roule En France Dans Le Cadre De La Fronde Entre 1648 Et 1649 Pendant Le R Gne Du Jeune Louis XIV La Guerre Civile Met En Danger Le Tr Ne De France, Tandis Qu En Angleterre Cromwell Menace D Envoyer Charles I L Chafaud Vingt Ans Se Sont Coul S Depuis Que Les Mousquetaires Ont Triomph Du Cardinal De Richelieu Et Milady Les Quatre H Ros Et Amis Sont Maintenant S Par S Par Leurs Id Es Politiques Athos Et Aramis Sont Du C T De Princes Et D Artagnan R Ussit Persuader Porthos De Suivre Mazarin, Le Successeur De Richelieu Mais Ils Finissent Par Se R Unir Nouveau Pour Prot Ger De Leurs Agresseurs Louis XIV Et Charles I Bient T Condamn Cependant, Leur Mission Est Entrav E Par Le Fils De Milady, Qui, Voulant Venger Sa M Re, Les Poursuit Sans Rel Che Pour Les Tuer.Ce Roman, Pr Sent Dans Une Tr S Belle Dition Broch E, Est Un Incontournable De La Litt Rature Classique Et Va Enchanter Les Lecteurs De Tous Ges.Il Est Le Deuxi Me Volume De La Saga Des Mousquetaires Par Alexandre Dumas Savourez Les Aventures Compl Tes Des Mousquetaires Avec Les 4 Autres Volumes De La Collection, Publi S Chez Le M Me Diteur Atlantic Editions Volume I Les Trois MousquetairesVolume III Le Vicomte De BragelonneVolume IV Louise De La Valli ReVolume V L Homme Au Masque De Fer


10 thoughts on “Vingt ans après

  1. says:

    This sequel to The Three Musketeers is the thinking man s Blues Brothers, a getting the band back together tale that is set where such stories should be set among friends in their forties and fifties, still vigorous in decline, constrained by the comforts and commitments of middle age Hollywood, for the last quarter century, has preferred grumpy old _____ movies fill in the blank, astronauts, spies, mobsters, etc , but such heroes in retirement offer few interesting challenges like the crew of Tennyson s Ulysses, it is natural for them to sail beyond the sunset, and the baths Of all the western stars because, close to death, they have little to hope for Or lose.Not so the four friends of Dumas continuing saga Lieutenant D Artagnan the only remaining Musketeer longs for a promotion, the rich landowner Porthos now a widower dreams of being a baron, and these ambitions lead them to serve Mazarin, the extremely unpopular new cardinal an ignoble, miserly successor to their former adversary,...


  2. says:

    I have only two enduring memories of this book.The first is waiting at a supermarket, with the shopping on the belt, reaching into the pocket of my grey overcoat and discovering this book there, were I had plainly put it for safe keeping and then forgot about it It was a small library book, possibly an old Everyman edition, and luckily I was then still young enough that I didn t have to pay library fines for late returned books So I was able to enjoy the pure joy of escaping the eternity of two or three long minutes of waiting for the shopping to pass before the cashier with an overdue library book The second is d Artagnan, now in this book set during the Fronde u...


  3. says:

    Wow Just wow I loved The Three Musketeers, but if anything I think that this was even better Twenty Years After is the second installment in the Musketeers tale one that continues into a third part, Ten Years Later , which is normally split itself into three, the last of which is The Man in teh Iron Mask That might be because I didn t already know the story, but I think it was also because there s now a world weariness about the four heroes All now in their forties, they re almost anachronisms shining beacons of valour, but surrounded by people interested only in personal gain and money Cardinal Mazarin is a pale shadow of Richelieu, whose evil is petty and base, almost managing to bring D Artagnan down to his level In fact for almost half of the book, the Musketeers are split in two warring factions, which adds enormous tension to the storyline Overall, I recommend this book even higher than the first one it s just as well written this is no hack work, which is what I felt with Scott ...


  4. says:

    in un matrimonio, i vent anni oltre a equivalere matematicamente alla pena dell ergastolo scontata di un terzo come funziona davanti alla legge nei casi di patteggiamento e la cosa dovrebbe far riflettere sono da taluni festeggiati come nozze di cristallo che, a dirla proprio tutta, come metafora materica trasmette una certa qual impressione di fragilit spunto di riflessione due.nel caso di dumas e dei suoi quattro moschettieri, succede il contrario mi azzarderei quasi a dire che vent anni dopo il capitolo migliore della trilogia, con d artagnan che batte la francia per andare a ripescare uno a uno i suoi vecchi compagni d avventura mazzarino, che ha preso il posto di richelieu, gli ha promesso nel caso ci riesca di farlo capitano dei moschettieri, e il ragazzo sempre stato ambizioso si sa diciamo che un po come quando jake ed elwood si mettono in testa di ricostituire la banda, solo che invece di andare a stanare i pezzi storici mentre suonano con scarso successo all holiday inn o friggono grassi id...


  5. says:

    Bello, bello, bello Sebbene pi malinconico e, forse, un po meno rocambolesco de I tre moschettieri, ritrovo qui i miei eroi invecchiati, maturi, ma sempre forti e tenaci Dopo una partenza in sordina, finalmente i quattro amici indissolubili si ritrovano, anche se su lati opposti della barricata Confesso che mi sono commossa di fronte a questa amicizia cos profonda da superare le divergenze politiche l affetto degli uni verso gli altri, messo spesso a dura prova, ne esce indenne Ecco perch , dopo le avventure, i pericoli, i colpi di scena, i duelli, le cavalcate, gli incontri con vecchi amici e la scoperta di nuovi nemici, alla fine uno splendido feuilleton sull amicizia Cari D A...


  6. says:

    A differenza del primo libro del ciclo, I tre moschettieri, non conoscevo la storia di questo bellissimo romanzo e questo, per certi versi, me lo ha fatto apprezzare ancora di pi.Le rivalit politiche, nella Francia in lotta tra monarchia e Fronda, dividono anche i nostri quattro eroi che avevamo lasciato vent anni prima.Sono infatti passati vent anni dal loro primo incontro, ma la generosit , il coraggio e l astuzia non sono certo invecchiati Sar l Amicizia a riunirli ancora, rendendoli invincibili davanti a qualsiasi nemico o difficolt.Quante emozioni nella lettura di questo semplice romanzo a puntate , ricco di avventure, fughe, inseguimenti, intrighi e colpi di scena Pi di una volta mi sono commosso davanti alle appassionate parole di D Artagnan o di Athos, e che dire delle continue sorprese in terra d Inghilterra con tanto di botto e lotte subacquee Una sorta di forza compulsiva mi spingeva a leggere il capitolo successivo ancora una c...


  7. says:

    This book pales in comparison to The Three Musketeers only because Mordaunt is a much less interesting villain than his mother, Milady Again, it would not be too difficult to twist this story so that Mordaunt becomes no villain at all His goal is simply to avenge the murder of his mother To that end he stabs a man who was already dying, he kills another of the murderers on a field of battle, and he tries to blow up the remaining four In his mind, he s simply trying to get for himself the justice that the world denies him That s not much different than what the Musketeers did to Milady at the end of the first book But even with this moral ambiguity, Mordaunt is neither as interesting, nor as fun as Milady.I loved the treatment of royalty in this book The Musketeers are fierce royalists Athos and Aramis have learned to distinguish the office of royalty from the person wields the power Porthos is too thick to really get the distinction And D Artagnan is learning His main teachers are Anne and Mazarin, the new prime minister since the death of Richelieu After his brilliant service twenty years before, D Artagnan has been largely ignored, and remains a lieutenant in the service of the Queen She has shown no appreciation at all either for his extraordinary service to her, or for his remarkable loyalty and abilities.During this book, there is an uprising in Paris which t...


  8. says:

    Third read Ah Au revoir my musketeer friends Until the next book Alas, we ve lost some friends along the way With each re read I gain so much from this series, and I m so in love with the characters, and the way Dumas writes them It s absolutely fascinating to read about how four inseparable friends can be divided in opinion and yet still treat one another so respectfully Athos in particular is a god among men, and even among his friends he s astoundingly honourable I love how much respect he commands in this novel And when I have signed, Messieurs, what will be my security My word of honour, Monsieur, said Athos.Mazarin started, turned towards the Comte de la Fere for a moment, scanned that loyal, noble countenance, and taking the pen, That s quite sufficient, Monsieur the Count, said he, and he signed.I cannot express how deeply I wish a person s word could be trusted the way that of Athos is D Artagnan is still a hero with a keen mind, and he thinks of everything He s also freaking hilarious and has the greatest insults ever He s so clever he verbally backhands people all the time LOVE IT Aramis is rather politically minded and still quick to anger, but he s tempered by the calm that is Athos He still has such an intriguing role, and of course he s mixed up with another lady friend whom he s definitely not sleepin...


  9. says:

    No one ever talks about Twenty Years After, and it s hard to find out it exists unless you re looking for information on the Three Musketeers I think the main reason behind this is just its bulk It s a huge volume, and it is pretty daunting thinking you will be able to get through all those pages However, it is still paced very well, and there is a lot of action here Twenty Years after is much character driven than Three Musketeers, and the emotional connection you feel to the characters and how they ve grown and changed is definitely the driving force behind this volume The evolution of the characters from the Three Musketeers is very touching and fun to watch as Dumas expands on the personal connection you feel with them and leads you to cheer for them to re unite While it s not as strong as Three ...


  10. says:

    Existe acaso un hombre que pudiendo pedir no pida Existe el conde de la F re pero el conde de la F re no es hombre Pues qu es Un semidi s, se ora Fue una buena aventura aunque quiz s no tan intensa como Los tres Mosqueteros sobre todo por los enemigos y el resultado final de sus andanzas Claro que ha sido muy divertido encontrarse nuevamente con Athos, ahora Conde la F re, Porthos, se or de Vallon y Aramis caballero d Herblay Nuevamente Dumas introduce a los personajes en los hechos hist ricos en este caso, la legendaria Revoluci n de la Fronda que ocurri en la Francia donde Luis XIII y Richelieu hab an muerto y ahora la reina Ana de Austria gobernaba con la ayuda de su amante ministro Mazarino, italiano y odiado por el pueblo de Par s que con pretexto de ello se revoluciona con el apoyo de muchos nobles, en esas precarias circunstancias D Artagnan quien sigue como teniente de mosqueteros luego de veinte a os de servicio, ser requerido y tratar de reunir a los cuatro otra vez Es bueno que todos en general incluso los lacayos conserven sus habilidades y fuerzas como anta o aunque las aventuras en s son menos interesantes que las primeras, igual tambi n hay un pasaje con el ingl s Oliver Cromwell y un enemigo a combatir aunque en mi opini n no re ne tantas maldades ni destrezas como MiLady.M s que el desarrollo de caracteres gusta las aventuras por las que pasan, las ingeniosas ide...


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