The Writer Of The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas

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The writer of The Three Musketeers is Alexandre Dumas. He is a French writer born on 24 July 1802, he died 68 years later on December 5 1870. He is the son of Marie Louis and a famous writer called Thomas- Alexandre Dumas. They took their last name “Dumas” from their African grandmother. Thomas Alexandre fought in Napoleon’s army. He was the first colored man to become a general in European army. Due to a disagreement with Napoleon, Thomas left the army and was out in prison for two years. He died after he being released from prison. Marie had to take care of Alexandre alone. She put him in Abbe Gregerois’s school to educate him but he left school for a job. He educated himself by reading many books. By reading many Spanish books he learned Spanish. Alexandre moved to Paris so he can be more involved with literature. He began by writing plays. He wrote comedies, drama, and romance. Then he began writing more novels. He was known for his famous novels, such as The Three Musketeers, The Count de Monte Cristo and much more. Alexandre became very famous in Paris, everyone knew his novels. His father was a heroic character which inspired him to write heroic stories.The Three Musketeers is about how heroic these three men and D’Artagnan are. They set an example to people just as much as his father did. He really enjoyed writing heroic and adventurous stories and used his father’s past as a motivation to his stories. The Three Musketeers is about a man called D’Artagnan who
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