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The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers


It’s the classic tale — but not exactly the way you remember it… Paris, France. 1625.  A young woman named d’Artagnan bears the heart and  the blade of a musketeer, but must prove herself  before she can earn her rank and uniform. The spy and assassin Milord de Winter advances an agenda of villainy and unbridled ambition, and will destroy...   [click here for more]
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The Borgias

The Borgias


There are many dreadful -- and perhaps scurrilous -- rumors about the Borgia family of renaissance Italy, and Alexandre Dumas (author of "The Three Musketeers" and many other period classics) reveals one possible truth in all its ugly glory. Dumas minces no words in describing the violent acts of a violent time....   [click here for more]
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Bathilda: A Play in Three Acts

Bathilda: A Play in Three Acts


Adapted by Alexandre Dumas from a script by Auguste Maquet, BATHILDA tells the story of a woman who's raped by Marcel, and becomes his lover for a time. After she leaves him and moves to Paris, she meets Deworde, her deceased spouse's nephew, and plans to marry him. But Marcel pursues her, determined that if he can't have her, no one else will either. He plays a cat-and-mouse game with Bathilda,...   [click here for more]
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Isle of Slaves and Other Plays

Isle of Slaves and Other Plays


Here are three French plays from the Enlightenment Period dealing with the subject of slavery. ISLE OF SLAVES, by Pierre de Marivaux, is the longest and most challenging of the three. It postulates an island in the ancient Greek world where the slaves have revolted and seized power, killing all of their former masters and declaring their independence. Now, any "masters" shipwrecked on their island...   [click here for more]
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Lines from Collings Hill: Poems, Journal Entries, and Selected Life Records

Lines from Collings Hill: Poems, Journal Entries, and Selected Life Records


"During her long life, NELLIE HUNT COLLINGS (1883-1961) kept copious journals detailing life on a small Idaho farm. Interspersed with those entries were bits of poetry, most relating to the things that were central to her--family and community. She celebrated the small things in verses that spoke from her heart to the hearts of those she loved. At times, she notes, during the harsh winters, she might...   [click here for more]
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Lorenzino: A Play in Five Acts

Lorenzino: A Play in Five Acts


This powerful, eloquent play moves like a Greek tragedy to its inevitable conclusion. Dumas's drama is based on an actual event--the assassination of Duke Alexander of Medici in 1537 by his cousin, Lorenzo. Lorenzino lures his relative to a trap under the pretext of providing him with a woman. He gets close to the Duke by pandering to his lusts, just so that he'll have the opportunity to kill him....   [click here for more]
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The Bacchantes: A Dionysian Scientific Romance

The Bacchantes: A Dionysian Scientific Romance


In this classic science fiction novel, Romain Ségétan, a brilliant scientist whose creativity is intimately linked to his erotic experience, particularly in its visual dimension, is struggling to develop a technology to capture and control the "waves of time," which will allow recurrent images and other echoes of the past to be brought forward into clearer focus. After being temporarily blinded by...   [click here for more]
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The Corsican Brothers: A Play in Three Acts

The Corsican Brothers: A Play in Three Acts


This adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas tale tells the story of two brothers, born as Siamese twins, but separated not long after birth. They're raised by two different families, but are still able to "feel" the emotions of the other, even at a distance. On the island of Corsica they become entwined in the long-running feud between the Orlandi and the Colonnas--a dispute that had its beginnings in a...   [click here for more]
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The Count of Monte Cristo, Part Four

The Count of Monte Cristo, Part Four


The Count of Monte Cristo is one of the great adventure novels of the nineteenth century. But the author, Alexandre Dumas, also converted many of his fictions into riveting dramas, dividing his classic tale of revenge into four plays. In this fourth and final part, Edmond Dantes (the Count of Monte Cristo) sets out to destroy Danglars and Villefort, the other two men who had helped shanghai him to...   [click here for more]
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The Count of Monte Cristo, Part One: A Play in Five Acts

The Count of Monte Cristo, Part One: A Play in Five Acts


This dramatization of the classic novel is the first of four parts. In 1815 Napoleon has fled to Elba, and the Bourbons have been restored to the French throne. Young Edmond Dantes is First Mate and Acting Capt. of the merchant ship Pharoah. Everything seems bright for his future, until he's arrested for delivering a letter to Elba--a dying request of his former captain. Then three men conspire to...   [click here for more]
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The Count of Monte Cristo, Part Three

The Count of Monte Cristo, Part Three


The Count of Monte Cristo is one of the great adventure novels of all time. But the author, Alexandre Dumas, also adapted his novel into four riveting plays. Part Three: The Rise of Monte Cristo is set two decades after Edmond Dantès has been unjustly imprisoned in the Château d'If. Edmond has made himself into the Count of Monte Cristo, and he now sets out to gain his revenge upon the three men...   [click here for more]
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The Count of Monte Cristo, Part Two: The Resurrection of Edmond Dantes: A Play in Five Acts

The Count of Monte Cristo, Part Two: The Resurrection of Edmond Dantes: A Play in Five Acts


The Count of Monte Cristo, one of the greatest adventure novels of all time, has been converted by the author into a series of four plays. In PART TWO, Edmond Dantes has escaped from the dreaded prison island of d'If after 14 years of captivity. He seeks out the fabulous treasure of Monte Cristo described to him by the Abbe Faria, and assumes the identity of the priest Busoni. Then he begins his odyssey...   [click here for more]
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The Glass House

The Glass House


When Antoinette swindled Margaree Harrod out of the old estate on Cape Breton Island, Margaree swore on her mother's grave that she'd win it back. But blocking her ambition are three deadly obstacles: Antoinette, the mansion's bitter mistress; Marc, Antoinette's treacherous son; and Jean, the strange young man whom she loved so much but who hated the old house with all his heart. To win Jean was to...   [click here for more]
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The Mad Marquis: A Play in Five Acts

The Mad Marquis: A Play in Five Acts


Written in 1836, this collaborative play is based on a real-life incident, using the actual names of the principals involved. The young Marquis de Brunoy is snubbed at the French Royal Court of Versailles because his father, a financier, had been ennobled for his great wealth. After having to fight several duels to defend his honor, the Marquis strikes back by disregarding his rank and wealth, and...   [click here for more]
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The Napus: The Great Plague of the Year 2227

The Napus: The Great Plague of the Year 2227


In Paris, on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, an old man suddenly vanishes without a trace: a new plague has reached France, and will soon grow to terrible proportions. The event is witnessed by a cytologist working at the Aristotle Institute, who is also a Polyplast--the result of an experiment in selective breeding intended to produce pacifists, but which has also had perverse results. As a result...   [click here for more]
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The Tower of Death: A Play in Five Acts

The Tower of Death: A Play in Five Acts


Tour de Nesle (The Tower of Death) is one of Alexandre Dumas's greatest and most powerful plays, a tale of power and conviction, although its historical accuracy is far from certain. Queen Marguerite and her sisters entertain themselves by luring unsuspecting men to the Tower, which located across the Seine from the Louvre. There they entice their victims to join them for wild sexual escapades--all...   [click here for more]
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Under Western Eyes: A Play in Three Acts

Under Western Eyes: A Play in Three Acts


Based on a novel by Joseph Conrad (1857-1924), "Under Western Eyes" tells the story of Razumov, a Russian student indirectly involved in the assassination of a Tsarist minister. Haldin, the man who committed the murder, seeks asylum with Razumov--and his assistance in escaping Russia. Razumov has no sympathy for his friend and gives him up to the Okhrana (the secret police). Reluctantly, Razumov is...   [click here for more]
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