Written by Alexandre Dumas, the Three Musketeers is one of the most widely read novels of the time. With quick-witted hero and engaging dialogues, typical of Dumas' works, the Three Musketeers draws its source from a number of historical books and memoirs.
The story unravels the adventures of D'Artagnan in his pursuit to become a The Musketeers of Guard—the gallant group of men who guard Louis XIII, the King of France. He befriends the three Musketeers - Porthos, Athos, and Aramis and falls in love with Constance Bonacieux. Whether he succeeded in his pursuit, and with what price, forms the rest of the story.
With a blend of romance and adventure through its course, the novel, in fact, brings history alive, which has made it the most engaging and entertaining piece of literature, highly accessible even for the modern readers.
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