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The Three Musketeers (Oxford World's Classics) de [Dumas (père), Alexandre]
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"The name Alexandre Dumas is more than French--it is universal."--Victor Hugo

The name Alexandre Dumas is more than French it is universal. Victor Hugo"

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The Three Musketeers (1844) is one of the most famous historical novels ever written. It is also one of the world's greatest historical adventure stories, and its heroes have become symbols for the spirit of youth, daring, and comradeship. The action takes place in the 1620s at the court of Louis XIII, where the musketeers, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, with their companion, the headstrong d'Artagnan, are engaged in a battle against Richelieu, the King's
minister, and the beautiful, unscrupulous spy, Milady. Behind the flashing blades and bravura, in this first adventure of the Musketeers, Dumas explores the eternal conflict between good and evil.

This new edition is the most fully annotated to date in English, providing explanatory notes which set the work in its historical, literary, and cultural context.
ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 2429 KB
  • Longitud de impresión: 705
  • Editor: OUP Oxford; Edición: New edition (28 de enero de 1999)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B005X3SBPA
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A fine, modern translation of an unassailable text 28 de noviembre de 2016
Por Zachary S. Oliver - Publicado en
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So far so good. I like that this translation seems less old fashioned than some others. Pevear and Volokhonsky have a mixed reputation--such is the difficulty with putting someone else's words into your own. If everyone wants to know exactly what Tolstoy or Dumas is really like, the best course would be to read them in the original language! However, I do still believe translation matters; what I have found is that in the case of these translators they tend to retain more of the author's intentions. I have been told by Russian readers that Dostoevsky could sometimes read as difficult and confusing in Russian but also more exciting; most popular English translations from the early 20th century tend to even out the dynamics of the text, making it read closer to Jane Austen's voice than you might be comfortable with. Imagine Pulp Fiction, or The Matrix, or Hitchcock (something adventurous ) remade using the most staid and edible film much of what makes those stories special would be lost.

As far as I understand, this edition retains much of the Dumasness in English and in the process is a great read! A classic like this could be butchered to death by tasteless fools and still hold onto some worth so, since the translation is clean and interesting, the material is elevated. Whatever your preference, this version certainly warrants a place in the market and quite possibly your bookshelf.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wonderful Classic Book 26 de junio de 2016
Por Michelle Kurke - Publicado en
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There is a reason why countless movies have been based on this book. It's a fantastic story. There's also a reason it used to be required reading in schools. It's well written and a person can learn a lot reading this book. That is actually why I downloaded it.

I am a homeschooling parent and I placed it on my son's reading list during his Sophomore year of high school. I'm glad that we worked with this book. It was an exciting story and kept my son engaged. It's not what I would call a difficult read, but it certainly isn't easy either. It challenged him, but didn't frustrate him. Though, it's a very large book and I broke it apart to take up an entire quarter of our school year. I purchased a wonderful, in depth study guide for the book and he had lots of terrific vocabulary, comprehension, and writing prompts that he was able to do for each chapter of this book.

It has been one of my son and my own favorite books that we have covered during our high school homeschooling and I highly recommend it. All opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own. I have shared my personal experience with this product and cannot guarantee that you will have the same experience with the product that I had, nor can I promise that we will share the same opinion of the product.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Thrilling. 13 de febrero de 2017
Por Mr. Math Expert - Publicado en
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Among the most thrilling novels I've had the pleasure to read in my lifetime, The Three Musketeers is just impossible to resist.

I'd rather want the book to be re-titled as The Four Musketeers because d'Artagnan has made much of a contribution to the whole tale as the three men of honor: Athos, Porthos, and Aramis.

If you have heard of the famous saying, "All for one, one for all," it's only uttered once during the book, so that's a relief. It has been repeated countless times outside of the book.

I cannot find a finer "cloak and sword" story than The Three Muskeeters because the qualities featured in the book are the finest examples of French Romanticism. Alexandre Dumas embodies the spirit and values of 17th Century livelihood: honor, virtue, love, and respect.

When I read The Three Muskeeters, I get the feeling that these examples are a lost art nowadays. The writing by Alexandre Dumas is beautiful and fulfilling. After I have finished the book, it's easy not to wait by going straight for the next four sequels: Twenty Years After, The Vicomte de Bragelonne, Louise de la Valliere, and The Man in the Iron Mask.

All in all, The Three Muskeeters is a must-read book of a swashbuckling adventure.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Surprisingly enjoyable 24 de agosto de 2015
Por R E Hoares - Publicado en
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Like a lot of people, I’ve always been familiar with the story of d’Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis from films, TV serials and comics. But I’d never in my 69 years actually read the novel itself. I probably picked the book up more than once in second-hand shops and recoiled at the archaic language. But when at last I boldly downloaded to my Kindle the recent translation by Will Hobson, it turned out to be surprisingly enjoyable: light, witty and a thoroughly gripping tale of adventure featuring vivid, interesting, likable characters. I didn’t want to put it down. It is certainly funnier than I’d anticipated, at least in Mr Hobson’s translation, which I take to be true to the French. The two reasonably faithful and period-authentic Richard Lester films from 1973–74 are perhaps overly comical but not so far removed from the novel as I’d imagined.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An expert reading of an adventure classic 13 de julio de 2015
Por Felicia J - Publicado en
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Simon Vance's recording of "The Three Musketeers" is one of the best audiobooks I've experienced. His reading and characterizations brought out nuances I'm sure I would have missed by reading the book myself.

The plot really moves, with just a few slower spots used to flesh out the characters. The tale is chock full of adventure and intrigue. It's quite humorous in the first half but turns dark in the second half, as the story shifts to the vengeful machinations of Milady de Winter, perhaps the most chilling villain I've ever encountered. I was also intrigued by the amoral actions of d'Artagnan and his friends. The musketeers are not always the honorable heroes portrayed in movie adaptations. Dumas pictured a bygone age with different notions of chivalry and heroism than we have today.

As an English history buff, I enjoyed how Dumas turned the real-life fate of the Duke of Buckingham (favorite of Charles I) into a key plot twist in the novel.

Vance's character voices were very good. My favorites were D'artagnan, Porthos and Cardinal Richelieu - who came off quite sympathetically in this narration. I often thought the Musketeers should throw in their lot with him rather than the foppish, foolish King Louis XIII or his scheming queen.
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