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La Comtesse de Charny / Le Chevalier de Maison-Rouge (The Marie Antoinette Romances #4 and 5)

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Ceux de nos excellents lecteurs qui se sont en quelque sorte inféodés à nous ; ceux qui nous suivent partout où nous allons ; ceux pour lesquels il est curieux de ne jamais abandonner, même dans ses écarts, un homme qui, comme nous, a entrepris cette tâche curieuse de dérouler feuille à feuille chacune des pages de la monarchie, ont bien dû comprendre, en lisant le mot fin ...more
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Published November 26th 1990 by Robert Laffont
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The Countess de Charny begins where [[ASIN:0548013675 Taking the Bastile]] leaves off after the attack on Versailles and the Royal family is "escorted" back to Paris by that same mob and are installed in residence at the Tuileries Palace, while the various factions of the National Assembly sort out the politics and fate of the Royal Family going forward. Gilbert returns as a royalist trying to keep Louis on the throne, albeit without absolute power, and the ever mysterious Count Cagliostro ...more
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recently watched the 15 episode series (in French) which dramatizes all 4 volumes of the Revolution cycle (Joseph Balsamo, Queen's necklace, Ange Pitou and this one); with an awesome cast the TV mini series focuses only on the personal aspect of the main characters (of course as the Queen is among them, there is some political stuff) and while the the 1770 part is a bit weaker (the personal stuff is faithful but that was only a part of the book) and the 1784 part is skimpy, the miniseries starts ...more
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This note regards Alexandre Dumas, père, the father of Alexandre Dumas, fils (son). For the son, see Alexandre Dumas.

Alexandre Dumas, père (French for "father", akin to Senior in English), born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie, 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 no
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Other Books in the Series

The Marie Antoinette Romances (5 books)
  • Joseph Balsamo
  • The Queen's Necklace
  • Taking the Bastile
  • The Countess de Charny
  • The Knight of Maison-Rouge

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