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Twenty years after /
Alexandre Dumas ; edited with an introduction by David Coward.
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Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1993.
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xxv, 845 p. : map.
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0192830740
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Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1993.
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Table of Contents
Introductionp. vii
Select Bibliographyp. xxi
Chronology of Alexandre Dumasp. xxii
the Phantom of Richelieup. 7
a Night-Roundp. 17
Two Old Enemiesp. 25
Two Old Enemiesp. 40
the Gascon and the Italianp. 51
D'Artagnan at Forty Years of Agep. 56
D'Artagnan at Forty Years of Agep. 63
of the Different Influences Which Half a Pistole Can Have on a Beadle and a Choir Boyp. 72
How D'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived Him on the Crupper Behind Planchetp. 79
How D'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived Him on the Crupper Behind Planchetp. 87
How D'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived Him on the Crupper Behind Planchetp. 95
How D'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived Him on the Crupper Behind Planchetp. 105
How D'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived Him on the Crupper Behind Planchetp. 110
How D'Artagnan, Looking for Aramis Far Away, Perceived Him on the Crupper Behind Planchetp. 119
Two Angels' Headsp. 126
the Château De Bragelonnep. 134
the Château De Bragelonnep. 142
the Château De Bragelonnep. 152
the Château De Bragelonnep. 158
the Château De Bragelonnep. 168
the Château De Bragelonnep. 179
an Adventure of Marie Michonp. 190
the Abbé Scarronp. 202
the Abbé Scarronp. 218
the Abbé Scarronp. 226
the Abbé Scarronp. 236
the Abbé Scarronp. 245
p. 252
p. 260
p. 268
p. 273
p. 282
the Monkp. 288
the Absolutionp. 298
the Absolutionp. 303
the Absolutionp. 309
the Absolutionp. 320
the Letter from Charles Ip. 329
Cromwell's Letterp. 334
Mazarin and Queen Henriettap. 341
p. 346
the Uncle and the Nephewp. 354
Paternityp. 358
Again a Queen Who Asks Aidp. 366
in Which It is Proved That the First Move is Always a Good Onep. 377
the Te Deum for the Victory of Lensp. 384
the Mendicant of St Eustachep. 402
the Tower of St Jacques La Boucheriep. 412
the Tower of St Jacques La Boucheriep. 418
the Tower of St Jacques La Boucheriep. 425
Misfortune is a Help to Memoryp. 437
the Interviewp. 443
the Flightp. 450
Monsieur the Coadjutor's Coachp. 461
How D'Artagnan Gained Two Hundred and Nineteen Louis, and Porthos Two Hundred and Fifteen Louis, by Selling Strawp. 474
News from Aramisp. 483
'L'Ecossais, Parjure a Sa Foi, Pour UN Denier Vendit Son Roi'*p. 493
the Avengerp. 502
Oliver Cromwellp. 510
the Gentlemenp. 515
the Lord Our Saviourp. 520
the Lord Our Saviourp. 527
Health to the Fallen Majestyp. 535
D'Artagnan Finds a Planp. 543
D'Artagnan Finds a Planp. 554
D'Artagnan Finds a Planp. 560
D'Artagnan Finds a Planp. 567
D'Artagnan Finds a Planp. 576
the Workmenp. 585
Rememberp. 592
the Man in the Maskp. 599
Cromwell's Housep. 608
the Conversationp. 615
the Lightning Feluccap. 624
the Lightning Feluccap. 634
the Lightning Feluccap. 643
the Lightning Feluccap. 648
the Lightning Feluccap. 655
the Lightning Feluccap. 663
the Lightning Feluccap. 671
the Lightning Feluccap. 678
the Lightning Feluccap. 692
the Lightning Feluccap. 702
the Gratitude of Anne of Austriap. 710
the Royalty of M. De Mazarinp. 715
the Royalty of M. De Mazarinp. 719
the Royalty of M. De Mazarinp. 725
the Royalty of M. De Mazarinp. 728
Strength of Arm and Strength of Mindp. 734
Strength of Arm and Strength of Mind (concluded)p. 736
M. Mazarin's Oubliettesp. 743
Conferencesp. 747
in Which One Begins to Believe That Porthos Will at Last Be Made a Baron, and D'Artagnan a Captainp. 753
How Greater Progress is Made with a Pen and a Threat Than by the Sword and Devotednessp. 761
How Greater Progress is Made with a Pen and a Threat, Than by the Sword and Devotednessp. 769
Where It is Shown That It is Sometimes More Difficult for Kings to Return to Their Capital Than to Leave Itp. 775
Where It is Shown That It is Sometimes More Difficult for Kings to Return to Their Capital Than to Leave Itp. 781
Conclusionp. 786
List of Historical Charactersp. 789
Explanatory Notesp. 803
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