By Alexandre Dumas père
Dumas séduit, fascine, intéresse, amuse, enseigne.
Tout le monde connaît l. a. verve prodigieuse de M. Dumas, son entrain facile, son bonheur de mise en scène, son discussion spirituel et toujours en mouvement, ce récit léger qui court docket sans cesse et qui sait enlever l’obstacle et l’espace sans jamais faiblir. Il couvre d’immenses toiles sans jamais fatiguer ni son pinceau, ni son lecteur.
Les Trois Mousquetaires… notre seule épopée depuis le Moyen Âge.
Les Trois Mousquetaires forment le plus divertissant des romans d’aventures. Leurs personnages, Athos, Porthos, Aramis et d’Artagnan, sont sortis des bibliothèques pour descendre dans l. a. rue. Ils ont enseigné l’insolence et l’amitié à beaucoup de jeunes Français qui ont aussi découvert les fatalités de l’amour en rêvant aux belles épaules de Milady et à ses regards de perdition.
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As one, Sul and his father whirled to face this danger. From where he stood, the boy could see the large diamondback coiled about a foot from Mervin's bare leg. The reptile's head swayed, ready to strike. Without thinking of anything other than his brother's danger and that he was the closest to do something about it, Sul bounded forward to distract the snake's attention. As he ran up, that wickedly poised head swiveled around to face this new threat. The rattler's tongue flicked rapidly and its rattles buzzed angrily at his approach.
A chair scraped on the porch as Shap Ross stood. His voice boomed nearer Sul's listening post. "There's room for you at the hotel, Hanse. " the sergeant asked, likewise getting to his feet. Ross chuckled. "At least since Sul was knee-high. " "So we've been friends about ten years now," Sul heard Mason continue. "About that," his father replied. The sergeant went on. "Well, I'm tellin' you to your face that you're makin' a big mistake about Sully. " Shap Ross laughed again. "I hear you, Hanse, but you're wasting your time.
From a rear stall, Mason's sorrel watched these proceedings hopefully, but Sul knew better than to undertake the responsibility of caring for the sergeant's mount. "Sorry, boy," he told the sorrel. "Hanse always says a good cavalryman looks after his own horse. " Turning from Mason's horse, Sul considered his own plan. For an instant he thought of leading Saber out there and then, but his training held. On the frontier a man's life often depended upon his horse, and he had been taught to look after his mount before doing anything else.
Les Trois Mousquetaires by Alexandre Dumas père