Alexandre Dumas


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Noun1.Alexandre Dumas - French writer remembered for his swashbuckling historical tales (1802-1870)Alexandre Dumas - French writer remembered for his swashbuckling historical tales (1802-1870)
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`The Count of Monte Cristo,' which I had seen James O'Neill play that winter, was by the only Alexandre Dumas I knew.
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1802: Alexandre Dumas, French creator of The Three Musketeers, was born near Soissons.
It is based on "La dame aux Camelias" (1852), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas.
Finding Monte Cristo: Alexandre Dumas and the French Atlantic World
The book, by The Three Musketeers author Alexandre Dumas, is set in France and Italy at the start of the 19th century CORNISH Aidan & - a few years ahead of where Poldark was at the end of series four on Sunday.
Bolshoi's Prima Ballerina Svetlana Zakharova performs the role of Alexandre Dumas Fils' heroine Marguerite Gautier with unique dramatic intensity alongside Neumeier's favourite dancer Edvin Revazov as Armand Duval.
Part of the "Manga Classics" series adapting great works of literature to graphic novel format with manga-style black-and-white artwork, The Count of Monte Cristo brings to life Alexandre Dumas' timeless tale of revenge and moral dilemmas, set in post-Napoleonic France.
Eighty chapters and more than 600 pages long, The Murderer's Ape feels like a rebooted Alexandre Dumas novel.
She obtained her degree in Hospitality Management from Lycee Alexandre Dumas School in France.
6 THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK (1998) LEONARDO DiCaprio pops up as King Louis XIV and his secret twin Philippe in this film version of the Alexandre Dumas novel which also brings together the Three Musketeers.
The Musketeers - Series Two (Cert 12, PS24.99 BUCKLES continue to swash in another 10 episodes of the popular BBC One drama, which draws inspiration from Alexandre Dumas's novel The Three Musketeers.