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De drie musketiers

De drie musketiers

Written by Alexandre Dumas

Narrated by Ad Knippels


De drie musketiers

Written by Alexandre Dumas

Narrated by Ad Knippels

Length:
23 hours
Released:
Aug 9, 2019
ISBN:
9788726208535
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Description

De jonge, avontuurlijke d'Artagnan vormt samen met zijn vrienden Athos, Portos en Aramis de Musketiers, het elitecorps van de Franse koning. De Drie Musketiers is een vurige verhaal vol drama, humor, liefdesaffaires en dodelijk machtsspel aan het Franse hof.



Het is de meest bekende en populaire roman van de grote Franse schrijver Alexandre Dumas - op de voet gevolgd door het meer sinistere 'De Graaf van Monte Christo'. Over de romans van Dumas schreef de Britse auteur en historicus Simon Sebag Montefiore: "Ze blijven niet alleen tijdloos, ze zijn ook universeel."



"De Drie Musketiers" is sinds 1916 al meer dan 20 keer verfilmd, en slechts in enkele gevallen is men erin geslaagd om de tijdloze vitaliteit van Alexandre Dumas' roman over te brengen.
Released:
Aug 9, 2019
ISBN:
9788726208535
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

Also available as ebookEbook

About the author

Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870), one of the most universally read French authors, is best known for his extravagantly adventurous historical novels. As a young man, Dumas emerged as a successful playwright and had considerable involvement in the Parisian theater scene. It was his swashbuckling historical novels that brought worldwide fame to Dumas. Among his most loved works are The Three Musketeers (1844), and The Count of Monte Cristo (1846). He wrote more than 250 books, both Fiction and Non-Fiction, during his lifetime.


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