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Table of contents of Ten Years Later

by Alexandre Dumas père

  1. THE LETTER
  2. THE MESSENGER
  3. THE INTERVIEW
  4. FATHER AND SON
  5. WHICH TREATS OF CROPOLI, CROPOLE, AND A GREAT UNKNOWN PAINTER
  6. THE STRANGER
  7. PARRY
  8. HOW HIS MAJESTY LOUIS XIV. LOOKED AT TWENTY-TWO
  9. IN WHICH THE INCOGNITO OF THE STRANGER OF THE HÔTELLERIE DES MEDICIS IS REVEALED
  10. M. DE MAZARIN'S ARITHMETIC
  11. M. DE MAZARIN'S POLICY
  12. THE KING AND THE LIEUTENANT
  13. MARIE DE MANCINI
  14. IN WHICH BOTH THE KING AND THE LIEUTENANT SHOW THEY HAVE GOOD MEMORIES
  15. THE PROSCRIBED
  16. REMEMBER!
  17. IN WHICH ARAMIS IS SOUGHT AND ONLY BAZIN FOUND
  18. IN WHICH D'ARTAGNAN SEEKS PORTHOS AND FINDS ONLY MOUSQUETON
  19. WHAT D'ARTAGNAN CAME TO PARIS FOR
  20. CONCERNING THE PARTNERSHIP FORMED IN THE RUE DES LOMBARDS, AT THE SIGN OF THE PILON D'OR, FOR THE WORKING OF M. D'ARTAGNAN'S IDEA.
  21. WHEREIN D'ARTAGNAN GETS READY TO TRAVEL FOR THE HOUSE OF PLANCHET AND COMPANY
  22. D'ARTAGNAN TRAVELS FOR THE HOUSE OF PLANCHET AND COMPANY
  23. IN WHICH THE AUTHOR, IN SPITE OF HIMSELF, HAS TO RELATE A LITTLE HISTORY
  24. THE TREASURE
  25. THE MARSH
  26. HEART AND MIND
  27. THE DAY AFTER
  28. CONTRABAND ON BOARD
  29. IN WHICH D'ARTAGNAN BEGINS TO FEAR IT WILL GO HARD WITH PLANCHET'S MONEY AND WITH HIS OWN
  30. IN WHICH THE SHARES OF PLANCHET AND COMPANY RISE TO PAR
  31. MONK DROPS THE MASK
  32. IN WHICH ATHOS AND D'ARTAGNAN MEET AGAIN AT BEDFORD'S STAGHORN TAVERN
  33. THE AUDIENCE
  34. SHOWS HOW RICHES MAY BE AN INCUMBBANCE
  35. ON THE CANAL
  36. HOW D'ARTAGNAN, JUST AS IF HE WERE A FAIRY, DREW A SUMMER RESIDENCE FROM A DEAL BOX
  37. HOW D'ARTAGNAN MADE UP THE DEBTOR AND CREDITOR ACCOUNTS OF THE COMPANY
  38. WHEREIN IT IS SEEN THAT EVEN IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY THE FRENCH GROCER WAS A PERSONAGE NOT TO BE SNEERED AT
  39. M. DE MAZARIN'S CARD-PARTY
  40. AN AFFAIR OF STATE
  41. THE NARRATIVE OF ATHOS
  42. IN WHICH MAZARIN BECOMES A SPENDTHRIFT!
  43. GUÉNAUD
  44. COLBERT
  45. A RICH MAN'S CONFESSION
  46. THE DONATION
  47. HOW ANNE OF AUSTRIA ADVISED LOUIS XIV. ONE WAY, AND HOW M. FOUQUET ADVISED HIM ANOTHER
  48. AT DEATH'S DOOR
  49. COLBERT'S FIRST APPEARANCE
  50. THE FIRST DAY OF THE KING'S ROYALTY
  51. A PASSION
  52. D'ARTAGNAN'S LESSON
  53. THE KING
  54. M. FOUQUET'S HOUSES
  55. THE ABBÉ FOUQUET
  56. M. DE LA FONTAINE'S WINE
  57. THE GALLERY OF SAINT-MANDÉ
  58. THE EPICUREANS
  59. FIFTEEN MINUTES LATE
  60. THE PLAN OF BATTLE
  61. THE TAVERN OF THE "IMAGE DE NOTRE-DAME"
  62. "COLBERT FOREVER!"
  63. THE DIAMOND OF M. D'EYMERIS
  64. THE NOTABLE DIFFERENCE DISCOVERED BY D'ARTAGNAN BETWEEN MONSIEUR AND MONSEIGNEUR
  65. THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE HEART AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE HEAD
  66. THE JOURNEY
  67. HOW D'ARTAGNAN MADE THE ACQUAINTANCE OF A POET WHO HAD INSURED THE PUBLICATION OF HIS POEMS BY BECOMING HIS OWN PRINTER
  68. D'ARTAGNAN CONTINUES HIS INVESTIGATIONS
  69. IN WHICH THE READER WILL DOUBTLESS BE QUITE AS SURPRISED AS D'ARTAGNAN WAS TO COME ACROSS AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE
  70. WHEREIN THE IDEAS OF D'ARTAGNAN, AT FIRST YEBY MUCH INVOLVED, BEGIN TO CLEAR UP
  71. A PROCESSION AT VANNES
  72. MONSEIGNEUR THE BISHOP OF VANNES
  73. IN WHICH PORTHOS IS SORRY THAT HE CAME WITH D'ARTAGNAN
  74. IN WHICH D'ARTAGNAN RUNS, PORTHOS SNORES, AND ARAMIS COUNSELS
  75. IN WHICH FOUQUET ACTS
  76. IN WHICH D'ARTAGNAN FINDS HIS CAPTAIN'S COMMISSION
  77. A LOVER AND A MISTRESS
  78. IN WHICH THE REAL HEROINE OF THIS STORY APPEARS AT LAST
  79. MALICORNE AND MANICAMP
  80. MANICAMP AND MALICORNE
  81. THE COURT-YARD OF THE HÔTEL GRAMMONT
  82. MADAME'S PORTRAIT
  83. AT HAVRE
  84. AT SEA
  85. THE TENTS
  86. NIGHT
  87. FROM HAVRE TO PARIS
  88. WHAT THE CHEVALIER DE LORRAINE THOUGHT OF MADAME
  89. MADEMOISELLE DE MONTALAIS' SURPRISE
  90. THE CONSENT OF ATHOS
  91. MONSIEUR IS JEALOUS OF BUCKINGHAM
  92. FOREVER!
  93. IN WHICH LOUIS XIV. DOES NOT CONSIDER MADEMOISELLE DE LA VALLIÈRE RICH ENOUGH OR PRETTY ENOUGH FOR A NOBLEMAN OF THE VICOMTE DE BRAGELONNE'S STATION
  94. SWORD-THRUSTS IN THE WATER
  95. BAISEMEAUX DE MONTLEZUN
  96. THE KING'S CARD-PARTY
  97. THE SMALL ACCOUNTS OF M. BAISEMEAUX DE MONTLEZUN
  98. THE BREAKFAST WITH M. DE BAISEMEAUX
  99. THE SECOND STORY OF THE BERTAUDIÈRE
  100. THE TWO FRIENDS
  101. MADAME DE BELLIÈRE'S SILVERWARE
  102. THE DOWRY
  103. GOD'S GROUND
  104. THREEFOLD LOVE
  105. THE JEALOUSY OF M. DE LORRAINE
  106. MONSIEUR IS JEALOUS OF DE GUICHE
  107. THE MEDIATOR
  108. THE ADVISERS
  109. FONTAINEBLEAU
  110. THE BATH
  111. THE BUTTERFLY CHASE
  112. WHAT WAS CAUGHT IN THE BUTTERFLY CHASE
  113. THE BALLET OF THE SEASONS
  114. THE NYMPHS OF THE PARK OF FONTAINEBLEAU
  115. WHAT WAS SAID UNDER THE ROYAL OAK
  116. THE KING'S ANXIETY
  117. THE KING'S SECRET
  118. NIGHT
  119. IN WHICH MADAME ACQUIRES THE PROOF THAT BY LISTENING ONE CAN HEAR WHAT IS SAID
  120. ARAMIS' CORRESPONDENCE
  121. THE ORDERLY CLERK
  122. FONTAINEBLEAU AT TWO O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING
  123. THE LABYRINTH
  124. HOW MALICORNE HAD BEEN TURNED OUT OF THE HÔTEL OF THE BEAU PAON
  125. WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED IN THE INN OF THE BEAU PACN
  126. A JESUIT OF THE ELEVENTH YEAR
  127. THE STATE SECRET
  128. A MISSION
  129. AS HAPPY AS A PRINCE
  130. THE STORY OF A NAIAD AND OF A DRYAD
  131. CONCLUSION OF THE STORY OF A NAIAD AND OF A DRYAD
  132. ROYAL PSYCHOLOGY
  133. WHAT NEITHER NAIAD NOR DRYAD FORESAW
  134. THE NEW GENERAL OF THE JESUITS
  135. THE STORM
  136. THE RAIN
  137. TOBY
  138. MADAME'S FOUR CHANCES
  139. THE LOTTERY
  140. MALAGA
  141. THE LETTER FROM M. DE BAISEMEAUX
  142. IN WHICH THE READER WILL BE GRATIFIED TO SEE THAT PORTHOS HAS LOST NONE OF HIS STRENGTH
  143. THE RAT AND THE CHEESE
  144. PLANCHET'S COUNTRY SEAT
  145. WHAT WAS SEEN FROM PLANCHET'S HOUSE
  146. HOW PORTHOS, TRÜCHEN, AND PLANCHET PARTED FRIENDS, THANKS TO D'ARTAGNAN
  147. THE PRESENTATION OF PORTHOS
  148. EXPLANATIONS
  149. MADAME AND DE GUICHE
  150. MONTALAIS AND MALICORNE
  151. HOW DE WARDES WAS RECEIVED AT COURT
  152. THE DUEL
  153. THE KING'S SUPPER
  154. AFTER SUPPER
  155. HOW D'ARTAGNAN DISCHARGED THE MISSION WHICH THE KING GAVE HIM
  156. THE HUNT
  157. THE PHYSICIAN
  158. IN WHICH D'ARTAGNAN RECOGNIZES THAT HE WAS MISTAKEN AND THAT MANICAMP WAS RIGHT
  159. THE ADVANTAGE OF HAVING TWO STRINGS TO ONE'S BOW
  160. M. MALICORNE, KEEPER OF THE RECORDS OF FRANCE
  161. THE JOURNEY
  162. WOMAN'S TRIUMPH
  163. THE FIRST QUARREL
  164. DESPAIR
  165. THE FLIGHT
  166. HOW LOUIS SPENT THE TIME BETWEEN HALF-PAST TEN AND MIDNIGHT
  167. THE AMBASSADORS
  168. CHAILLOT
  169. MADAME
  170. MADEMOISELLE DE LA VALLIÈRE'S HANDKERCHIEF
  171. IN WHICH ARE DISCUSSED HARDENERS, LADDERS, AND MAIDS OF HONOR
  172. WHICH TREATS OF CARPENTRY, AND FURNISHES DETAILS UPON THE METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING STAIRCASES
  173. THE TORCHLIGHT PROMENADE
  174. THE GHOST
  175. THE PORTRAIT
  176. HAMPTON COURT
  177. THE COURIER FROM MADAME
  178. SAINT-AIGNAN FOLLOWS MALICORNE'S ADVICE
  179. TWO OLD FRIENDS
  180. IN WHICH WE SEE HOW A BARGAIN THAT CANNOT BE MADE WITH ONE MAY BE MADE WITH ANOTHER
  181. THE SKIN OF THE BEAR
  182. AT THE QUEEN MOTHER'S
  183. TWO FRIENDS
  184. HOW JEAN DE LA FONTAINE CAME TO WRITE HIS FIRST TALE
  185. LA FONTAINE AS A NEGOTIATOR
  186. MADAME DE BELLIÈRE'S PLATE AND DIAMONDS
  187. M. DE MAZARIN'S RECEIPT
  188. M. COLBERT'S ROUGH DRAFT
  189. IN WHICH IT SEEMS TO THE AUTHOR THAT IT IS FULLY TIME TO GO BACK TO THE VICOMTE DE BRAGELONNE
  190. BRAGELONNE CONTINUES HIS INQUIRIES
  191. TWO JEALOUSIES
  192. A DOMICILIARY VISIT
  193. PORTHOS' METHOD
  194. THE CHANGE OF LODGING, THE TRAPDOOR, AND THE PORTRAIT
  195. POLITICAL RIVALS
  196. RIVAL LOVERS
  197. KING AND NOBILITY
  198. AFTER THE STORM
  199. IN THE DEPTHS
  200. WOUND UPON WOUND
  201. WHAT RAOUL HAD GUESSED
  202. THREE GUESTS WHO ARE AMAZED AT SUPPING TOGETHER
  203. WHAT WAS HAPPENING AT THE LOUVRE DURING THE SUPPER IN THE BASTILLE
  204. POLITICAL RIVALRY
  205. IN WHICH PORTHOS IS CONVINCED WITHOUT HAVING UNDERSTOOD
  206. M. DE BAISEMEAUX'S SOCIETY
  207. THE PRISONER
  208. SHOWING HOW MOUSTON HAD GROWN FAT WITHOUT GIVING PORTHOS WARNING, AND OF THE ANNOYANCE RESULTING THEREFROM TO THAT WORTHY GENTLEMAN
  209. SHOWING WHO MESSIRE JEAN PERCERIN WAS
  210. THE SAMPLES
  211. WHERE MOLIÈRE PERCHANCE BORROWED HIS FIRST IDEA FOR THE "BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME"
  212. THE HIVE, THE BEES, AND THE HONEY
  213. ANOTHER SUPPER IN THE BASTILLE
  214. THE GENERAL OF THE ORDER
  215. THE TEMPTER
  216. CROWN AND TIARA
  217. THE CHÂTEAU OF VAUX-LE-VICOMTE
  218. THE WINE OF MELUN
  219. NECTAR AND AMBROSIA
  220. IN WHICH GASCON MEETS GASCON
  221. COLBERT
  222. JEALOUSY
  223. HIGH TREASON
  224. A NIGHT IN THE BASTILLE
  225. THE SHADOW OF M. FOUQUET
  226. THE MORNING
  227. THE KING'S FRIEND
  228. HOW THE COUNTERSIGN WAS RESPECTED AT THE BASTILLE
  229. THE KING'S GRATITUDE
  230. THE FALSE KING
  231. WHEREIN PORTHOS BELIEVES HE IS AFTER A DUKEDOM
  232. LAST FAREWELLS
  233. M. DE BEAUFORT
  234. PREPARATIONS FOR DEPARTURE
  235. PLANCHET'S INVENTORY
  236. M. DE BEAUFORT'S INVENTORY
  237. THE SILVER DISH
  238. CAPTIVE AND JAILERS
  239. PROMISES
  240. AMONG WOMEN
  241. THE LAST SUPPER
  242. IN COLBERT'S CARRIAGE
  243. THE TWO GALLEYS
  244. A FRIEND'S ADVICE
  245. HOW KING LOUIS PLAYED HIS LITTLE PART
  246. THE WHITE HORSE AND THE BLACK HORSE
  247. IN WHICH THE SQUIRREL FALLS AND THE SNAKE FLIES
  248. BELLE-ISLE-EN-MER
  249. THE EXPLANATION OF ARAMIS
  250. THE SEQUEL OF THE KING'S IDEAS AND OF D'ARTAGNAN'S IDEAS
  251. THE ANCESTORS OF PORTHOS
  252. THE SON OF BISCARRAT
  253. THE GROTTO OF LOCMARIA
  254. THE GROTTO
  255. A HOMERIC EPIC
  256. A TITAN'S DEATH
  257. THE EPITAPH OF PORTHOS
  258. M. DE GESVRES' ROUNDS
  259. KING LOUIS XIV.
  260. M. FOUQUET'S FRIENDS
  261. THE WILL OF PORTHOS
  262. THE OLD AGE OF ATHOS
  263. THE VISION OF ATHOS
  264. THE ANGEL OF DEATH
  265. THE BULLETIN
  266. THE LAST CANTO OF THE POEM
  267. EPILOGUE
  268. THE DEATH OF D'ARTAGNAN

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