History Literature / TheThreeMusketeers

2nd Jul '16 9:34:15 AM Zark
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* KnightsOfCerberus: Every time Mordaunt shows up in ''Twenty Years After'', things get dark.

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* KnightsOfCerberus: KnightOfCerebus: Every time Mordaunt shows up in ''Twenty Years After'', things get dark.
26th May '16 12:37:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Milady de Winter. [[spoiler: Athos attempts to warn d'Artagnan against blonde women because they all remind him of his undead wife. It doesn't work.]]
21st Feb '16 3:22:15 PM NSlayton5
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** And before that, the aside where Aramis tricks the leader of the Jesuits into naming him his successor as the leader is on his deathbed.
8th Jan '16 1:27:05 AM Thimblerig
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Milady - diabolically inspired temptress, or canny, increasingly desperate woman trying to survive (with style) after being seduced as a teenager by a dodgy priest?
8th Jan '16 1:25:40 AM Thimblerig
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* AlternativeCharacterInpretation: Milady - diabolically inspired temptress, or canny, increasingly desperate woman trying to survive (with style) after being seduced as a teenager by a dodgy priest?

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* AlternativeCharacterInpretation: AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Milady - diabolically inspired temptress, or canny, increasingly desperate woman trying to survive (with style) after being seduced as a teenager by a dodgy priest?
8th Jan '16 1:25:40 AM Thimblerig
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8th Jan '16 1:24:36 AM Thimblerig
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* AlternativeCharacterInpretation: Milady - diabolically inspired temptress, or canny, increasingly desperate woman trying to survive (with style) after being seduced as a teenager by a dodgy priest?
8th Jan '16 1:08:46 AM Thimblerig
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* OneExtraMember: There are actually four musketeers: d'Artagnan becomes one pretty early in the story, albeit assigned to a company different from the other three.

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* OneExtraMember: There are actually four musketeers: d'Artagnan becomes one pretty early in during the story, albeit assigned to a company different from the other three.siege of La Rochelle.
8th Nov '15 6:12:30 PM MagBas
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* AdaptationDecay: ''TheThreeMusketeers'' is often parodied on television or adapted for cinema as a whimsical, LighterAndSofter story about four merry men having a jolly old time practicing fencing. In reality, the storylines of both the first novel and its sequels have the kind of tense, political thriller plotlines that would put TomClancy to shame.

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* AdaptationDecay: ''TheThreeMusketeers'' is often parodied on television or adapted for cinema as a whimsical, LighterAndSofter story about four merry men having a jolly old time practicing fencing. In reality, the storylines of both the first novel and its sequels have the kind of tense, political thriller plotlines that would put TomClancy to shame.
8th Nov '15 5:27:42 PM CountMontoni
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* AdaptationDecay: ''TheThreeMusketeers'' is often parodied or adapted on television as a whimsical, LighterAndSofter story about four merry men having a jolly old time practicing fencing. In reality, the storylines of both the first novel and its sequels have the kind of tense, political thriller plotlines that would put TomClancy to shame.

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* AdaptationDecay: ''TheThreeMusketeers'' is often parodied or adapted on television or adapted for cinema as a whimsical, LighterAndSofter story about four merry men having a jolly old time practicing fencing. In reality, the storylines of both the first novel and its sequels have the kind of tense, political thriller plotlines that would put TomClancy to shame.
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