L'action se situe en 1625, sous le règne de Louis XIII. D'Artagnan, jeune gascon courageux et rusé, est muni d'une lettre de recommandation de son père pour M. de Tréville, commandant des Mousquetaires. Très vite, il devient l'ami de trois gentilshommes, mousquetaires du roi, Athos, Porthos et Aramis. Tous quatre vont sauver la reine Anne d'Autriche des perfides manœuvres de Richelieu. Des aventures semées d'embûches qui ne feront pas renoncer les quatre compères.
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A classic to the delight of lovers literature
For me, yes, because as someone who is learning the french language, be able to hear a classic of world literature, narrated in its original language is something magnificent. Moreover, the version in audio enabled me to practice a language that I love. Read a book in any language is good, but listening is much better, i think.
I think is very difficult to compare a book to another, moreover when it comes to a classic. And then, I love the story of the Three Musketeers, so I think it just another book in the series compares to this - The Man in the Iron Mask.
For me, the meeting between D'Artagnah and the Three Musketeers is the best part, because is so funny! There are others good moments, but this was cucial. I think is because i could understant easily too.
Yes, but at the same time I wanted to understand what was ouindo then repeatedly was repentindo the same stretch. It's something conflicting ...
I love the classics, then I think is worth knowing them - no matter what language. For me, hear a classic that I love, in the original language it was something wonderful.Hear a good book and have the opportunity to practice another language for me is a privilegie. However, I believe we all know the story of the three Musketeers (there are films and adaptations), but nothing replaces know history through books.