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Louise de la Valliere

Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870)

1. 01 - Malaga
2. 02 - A Letter from M. Baisemeaux
3. 03 - In Which the Reader will be Delighted to Find that Porthos Has Lost Nothing of His Muscularity
4. 04 - The Rat and the Cheese
5. 05 - Planchet's Country-House
6. 06 - Showing What Could Be Seen from Planchet's House
7. 07 - How Porthos, Truchen, and Planchet Parted with Each Other on Friendly Terms, Thanks to D'Artagnan
8. 08 - The Presentation of Porthos at Court
9. 09 - Explanations
10. 10 - Madame and De Guiche
11. 11 - Montalais and Malicorne
12. 12 - How De Wardes Was Received at Court
13. 13 - The Combat
14. 14 - The King's Supper
15. 15 - After Supper
16. 16 - Showing in What Way D'Artagnan Discharged the Mission with Which the King Had Intrusted Him
17. 17 - The Encounter
18. 18 - The Physician
19. 19 - Wherein D'Artagnan Perceives that It Was He Who Was Mistaken, and Manicamp Who Was Right
20. 20 - Showing the Advantage of Having Two Strings to One's Bow
21. 21 - M. Malicorne the Keeper of the Records of France
22. 22 - The Journey
23. 23 - Triumfeminate
24. 24 - The First Quarrel
25. 25 - Despair
26. 26 - The Flight
27. 27 - Showing How Louis, on His Part, Had Passed the Time from Ten to Half-Past Twelve at Night
28. 28 - The Ambassadors
29. 29 - Chaillot
30. 30 - Madame
31. 31 - Mademoiselle de la Valliere's Pocket-Handkerchief
32. 32 - Which Treats of Gardeners, of Ladders, and Maids of Honor
33. 33 - Which Treats of Carpentry Operations, and Furnishes Details upon the Mode of Constructing Staircases
34. 34 - The Promenade by Torchlight
35. 35 - The Apparition
36. 36 - The Portrait
37. 37 - Hampton Court
38. 38 - The Courier from Madame
39. 39 - Saint-Aignan Follows Malicorne's Advice
40. 40 - Two Old Friends
41. 41 - Wherein May Be Seen that a Bargain Which Cannot Be Made with One Person, Can Be Carried Out with Another
42. 42 - The Skin of the Bear
43. 43 - An Interview with the Queen-Mother
44. 44 - Two Friends
45. 45 - How Jean de La Fontaine Came to Write His First Tale
46. 46 - La Fontaine in the Character of a Negotiator
47. 47 - Madame de Belliere's Plate and Diamonds
48. 48 - M. de Mazarin's Receipt
49. 49 - Monsieur Colbert's Rough Draft
50. 50 - In Which the Author Thinks It Is High Time to Return to the Vicomte de Bragelonne
51. 51 - Bragelonne Continues His Inquiries
52. 52 - Two Jealousies
53. 53 - A Domiciliary Visit
54. 54 - Porthos's Plan of Action
55. 55 - The Change of Residence, the Trap-Door, and the Portrait
56. 56 - Rivals in Politics
57. 57 - Rivals in Love
58. 58 - King and Noble
59. 59 - After the Storm
60. 60 - Heu! Miser!
61. 61 - Wounds within Wounds
62. 62 - What Raoul Had Guessed
63. 63 - Three Guests Astonished to Find Themselves at Supper Together
64. 64 - What Took Place at the Louvre During the Supper at the Bastile
65. 65 - Political Rivals
66. 66 - In Which Porthos Is Convinced without Having Understood Anything
67. 67 - M. de Baisemeaux's "Society"

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Summary

After The Three Muskateers and Twenty Years After the adventurous story of Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D'Artagnan continues! The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later (French: Le Vicomte de Bragelonne ou Dix ans plus tard) is the last of the Musketeer novels. It is usually divided into four volumes and this third volume contains chapters 141-208.