The Vicomte of Bragelonne = 布拉熱洛納子爵

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作者:Alexandre Dumas[原作] ;甦活中英文編輯所[編輯]

出版年:2011[民100]

出版社:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路

出版地:Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市

格式:EPUB 流式

分類:英文書  


The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later (Le Vicomte de Bragelonne ou Dix ans plus tard) is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It is the third and last of the d'Artagnan Romances following The Three Musketeers and Twenty Years After. It appeared first in serial form between 1847 and 1850.

  • The Vicomte of Bragelonne(p.navPoint-1)
  • Chapter 1 The Letter.(p.navPoint-2)
  • Chapter 2 The Messenger.(p.navPoint-3)
  • Chapter 3 The Interview.(p.navPoint-4)
  • Chapter 4 Father and Son.(p.navPoint-5)
  • Chapter 5 In which Something will be said of Cropoli—of Cropoli and of a Great Unknown Painter.(p.navPoint-6)
  • Chapter 6 The Unknown.(p.navPoint-7)
  • Chapter 7 Parry.(p.navPoint-8)
  • Chapter 8 What his Majesty King Louis XIV. was at the Age of Twenty-Two.(p.navPoint-9)
  • Chapter 9 In which the Unknown of the Hostelry of Les Medici loses his Incognito.(p.navPoint-10)
  • Chapter 10 The Arithmetic of M. de Mazarin.(p.navPoint-11)
  • Chapter 11 Mazarin's Policy.(p.navPoint-12)
  • Chapter 12 The King and the Lieutenant.(p.navPoint-13)
  • Chapter 13 Mary de Mancini.(p.navPoint-14)
  • Chapter 14 In which the King and the Lieutenant each give Proofs of Memory.(p.navPoint-15)
  • Chapter 15 The Proscribed.(p.navPoint-16)
  • Chapter 16 "Remember!"(p.navPoint-17)
  • Chapter 17 In which Aramis is sought, and only Bazin is found.(p.navPoint-18)
  • Chapter 18 In which D'Artagnan seeks Porthos, and only finds Mousqueton.(p.navPoint-19)
  • Chapter 19 What D'Artagnan went to Paris for.(p.navPoint-20)
  • Chapter 20 Of the Society which was formed in the Rue des Lombards, at the Sign of the Pilon d'Or, to carry out M. d'Artagnan's Idea.(p.navPoint-21)
  • Chapter 21 In which D'Artagnan prepares to travel for the Firm of Planchet & Company.(p.navPoint-22)
  • Chapter 22 D'Artagnan travels for the House of Planchet and Company.(p.navPoint-23)
  • Chapter 23 In which the Author, very unwillingly, is forced to write a Little History.(p.navPoint-24)
  • Chapter 24 The Treasure.(p.navPoint-25)
  • Chapter 25 The Marsh.(p.navPoint-26)
  • Chapter 26 Heart and Mind.(p.navPoint-27)
  • Chapter 27 The Next Day.(p.navPoint-28)
  • Chapter 28 Smuggling.(p.navPoint-29)
  • Chapter 29 In which D'Artagnan begins to fear he has placed his Money and that of Planchet in the Sinking Fund.(p.navPoint-30)
  • Chapter 30 The Shares of Planchet and Company rise again to Par.(p.navPoint-31)
  • Chapter 31 Monk reveals Himself.(p.navPoint-32)
  • Chapter 32 Athos and D'Artagnan meet once more at the Hostelry of the Corne du Cerf.(p.navPoint-33)
  • Chapter 33 The Audience.(p.navPoint-34)
  • Chapter 34 Of the Embarrassment of Riches.(p.navPoint-35)
  • Chapter 35 On the Canal.(p.navPoint-36)
  • Chapter 36 How D'Artagnan drew, as a Fairy would have done, a Country-Seat from a Deal Box.(p.navPoint-37)
  • Chapter 37 How D'Artagnan regulated the "Assets" of the Company before he established its "Liabilities."(p.navPoint-38)
  • Chapter 38 In which it is seen that the French Grocer had already been established in the Seventeenth Century.(p.navPoint-39)
  • Chapter 39 Mazarin's Gaming Party.(p.navPoint-40)
  • Chapter 40 An Affair of State.(p.navPoint-41)
  • Chapter 41 The Recital.(p.navPoint-42)
  • Chapter 42 In which Mazarin becomes Prodigal.(p.navPoint-43)
  • Chapter 43 Guenaud.(p.navPoint-44)
  • Chapter 44 Colbert.(p.navPoint-45)
  • Chapter 45 Confession of a Man of Wealth.(p.navPoint-46)
  • Chapter 46 The Donation.(p.navPoint-47)
  • Chapter 47 How Anne of Austria gave one Piece of Advice to Louis XIV., and how M. Fouquet gave him Another.(p.navPoint-48)
  • Chapter 48 Agony.(p.navPoint-49)
  • Chapter 49 The First Appearance of Colbert.(p.navPoint-50)
  • Chapter 50 The First Day of the Royalty of Louis XIV.(p.navPoint-51)
  • Chapter 51 A Passion.(p.navPoint-52)
  • Chapter 52 D'Artagnan's Lesson.(p.navPoint-53)
  • Chapter 53 The King.(p.navPoint-54)
  • Chapter 54 The Houses of M. Fouquet.(p.navPoint-55)
  • Chapter 55 The Abbe Fouquet.(p.navPoint-56)
  • Chapter 56 M. de la Fontaine's Wine.(p.navPoint-57)
  • Chapter 57 The Gallery of Saint-Mande.(p.navPoint-58)
  • Chapter 58 Epicureans.(p.navPoint-59)
  • Chapter 59 A Quarter of an Hour's Delay.(p.navPoint-60)
  • Chapter 60 Plan of Battle.(p.navPoint-61)
  • Chapter 61 The Cabaret of the Image-de-Notre-Dame.(p.navPoint-62)
  • Chapter 62 Vive Colbert!(p.navPoint-63)
  • Chapter 63 How M. d'Eymeris's Diamond passed into the Hands of M. d'Artagnan.(p.navPoint-64)
  • Chapter 64 Of the Notable Difference D'Artagnan finds between Monsieur the Intendant and Monsieur the Superintendent.(p.navPoint-65)
  • Chapter 65 Philosophy of the Heart and Mind.(p.navPoint-66)
  • Chapter 66 The Journey.(p.navPoint-67)
  • Chapter 67 How D'Artagnan became Acquainted with a Poet, who had turned Printer for the Sake of Printing his own Verses.(p.navPoint-68)
  • Chapter 68 D'Artagnan continues his Investigations.(p.navPoint-69)
  • Chapter 69 In which the Reader, no Doubt, will be as astonished as D'Artagnan was to meet an Old Acquaintance.(p.navPoint-70)
  • Chapter 70 Wherein the Ideas of D'Artagnan, at first strangely clouded, begin to clear up a little.(p.navPoint-71)
  • Chapter 71 A Procession at Vannes.(p.navPoint-72)
  • Chapter 72 The Grandeur of the Bishop of Vannes.(p.navPoint-73)
  • Chapter 73 In which Porthos begins to be sorry for having come with D'Artagnan.(p.navPoint-74)
  • Chapter 74 In which D'Artagnan makes all Speed, Porthos snores, and Aramis counsels.(p.navPoint-75)
  • Chapter 75 In which Monsieur Fouquet Acts.(p.navPoint-76)