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af Alexandre Dumas, Auguste Maquet (Forfatter)

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Serier: Trilogie des Valois (3/3), The Valois Romances (3)

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"The Forty Five Guardsmen" by Alexandre Dumas. Historical fiction from the time of the bitter conflicts between Catholics and Protestants in France after the St. Bartholomew s Day Massacre and before the reign of Henri of Navarre. According to Wikipedia Alexandre Dumas p ere French for father akin to Senior in English born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie 1802 - 1870 was a French writer best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him one of the most widely read French authors in the world. Many of his novels including The Count of Monte Cristo The Three Musketeers Twenty Years After and The Vicomte de Bragelonne were serialized. He also wrote plays and magazine articles and was a prolific correspondent.… (mere)

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Novela que trata de la venganza de Diane de Méridor sobre el Duque Anjou.
  hernanvillamil | Sep 11, 2020 |
Phew! I’m done with the Valois trilogy and am feeling a little disappointed, the first time with a Dumas book. The ending was very rushed and so much additional drama and intrigue was ignored and all I got was a few sentences in an epilogue. Bah. I’ve been told that Dumas had a framework for his story and whatever didn’t fit didn’t get in regardless of how great or useful it could have been.

This book follows more closely in time to Chicot than Chicot did with Queen Margot and the action takes a while to get to. There are set ups to be constructed as well as some true identities to come to light. I figured out both of them and so I don’t think they were meant to be mysterious to the reader. Which reminds me, the reader is addressed directly many times throughout the story and I kind of like that. No one does it today that I know of. The whole thing opens with an execution scene which introduces some new players, but goes unexplained for 200 pages. Crazy.

Basically we’ve got the same factions fighting over King Henri III’s throne. He has no heirs and everyone considers him a fool so of course he should be gotten rid of and someone more suitable put in place. We’ve got the de Guise faction (cousins), the Duc d’Angou (brother) and the Navarre faction (King Henri, married to Margot, Henri III’s sister). Prudent heads have recruited 45 bourgeoisie to reinforce the king’s already large security detail. Within these 45 some rivalries and factions arise and those are fun. Some of them just stay within the 45, but others get pulled into rival factions to infiltrate the king’s inner circle. Gorenflot makes some memorable appearances, as does Chicot and the beleaguered Diana.

Her situation was the most frustrating for me to endure and I put the book down for a day or so because I was just so sick of men treating her, at best, like some prize to be won, and at worst, their rightful property to be possessed entirely at their whim. Now Bussy is dead, she feels her life is over and she wants to die, but since it will doom her to hell, she wants to retire to a convent. Not before she takes her revenge on the Duc d’Angou, however. It was touch and go that she’d actually have the agency to do so, she’s that much a passive creature to be sent for, imprisoned, insulted or cast aside as some man may wish. She is forever the untouchable, noble virgin of the piece and boy it was tiring.

There’s a lot more, as is usual with Dumas’s books. I’m happy to have read these even if the whole Diana thing did make me a bit sick. Given our current president, things really haven’t changed and I don’t know why men have to continue to behave as if I have no humanity, no identity and no agency. It’s stupid, destructive, unnecessary and deeply insulting. Why, men, why? ( )
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  luisvillegasvivar | Sep 12, 2017 |
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  luisvillegasvivar | Sep 12, 2017 |
A continuation of the story started in Queen Margot and Chicot the Jester. It basically deals with Diana de Meridor and her servant Remy who find a way to take revenge. The story ends with their vengence taken - but it leaves much to be desired in the story of Henry III's battle against the Duc de Guise and the events that lead up to the reign of Henry IV of Navarre and the founding of the Caput dynasty of the house of Bourbon. Still a good yarn, it perhaps was juicier in French than the Victorian translation that I read. ( )
  stuart10er | Nov 5, 2013 |
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"The Forty Five Guardsmen" by Alexandre Dumas. Historical fiction from the time of the bitter conflicts between Catholics and Protestants in France after the St. Bartholomew s Day Massacre and before the reign of Henri of Navarre. According to Wikipedia Alexandre Dumas p ere French for father akin to Senior in English born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie 1802 - 1870 was a French writer best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him one of the most widely read French authors in the world. Many of his novels including The Count of Monte Cristo The Three Musketeers Twenty Years After and The Vicomte de Bragelonne were serialized. He also wrote plays and magazine articles and was a prolific correspondent.

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