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DUMAS, A.: Three Musketeers (The) (Unabridged)

    

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DUMAS, A.: Three Musketeers (The) (Unabridged)

Romance, treachery, courage… The Three Musketeers has it all! In one of the greatest adventure stories ever written, the dashing young swordsman d’Artagnan and his daredevil companions, Athos, Aramis and Porthos, become embroiled in duels, love-tangles and sinister intrigues which threaten the future of King, Queen and France herself.



Disc 1

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 1 00:07:00
2.   'Your mother will add to them a recipe for a certain balsam…' 00:07:13
3.   Now, as at the moment in which… 00:06:49
4.   As to the gentleman… 00:05:30
5.   His interlocutor, whose head appeared… 00:05:49
6.   Unfortunately, there was one circumstance… 00:06:24
7.   Chapter 2 00:06:37
8.   M. de Treville employed this powerful weapon for the king… 00:06:29
9.   On the landing they were no longer fighting… 00:06:47
10.   'What do you think of the story Chalais's esquire relates' 00:05:44
11.   Chapter 3 00:07:09
12.   'Well, my Captain,' said Porthos… 00:07:30


Disc 2

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   D'Artagnan bowed without replying… 00:06:21
2.   'My friend,' said he, slowly… 00:05:53
3.   Chapter 4 00:06:54
4.   The outlook was sad. 00:05:28
5.   This time d'Artagnan was not hasty. 00:06:02
6.   Chapter 5 00:04:39
7.   'You confuse me,' replied Athos… 00:06:20
8.   It was a quarter past midday. 00:06:42
9.   This contest at length exhausted Jussac's patience. 00:06:04
10.   Chapter 6 00:06:05
11.   'Yes, sire; as complete as that of the Bridge of Ce.' 00:06:00
12.   'And as since that which you have said…' 00:05:47
13.   D'Artagnan and his companions remembered their audience… 00:06:40


Disc 3

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Toward six o'clock M. de Treville announced… 00:06:50
2.   'Your Majesty probably refers to God,'… 00:05:41
3.   'Thanks, sire, thanks,' said the duke… 00:06:55
4.   Chapter 7 00:07:03
5.   And now that we are acquainted… 00:06:43
6.   'Not at all; it interests me very much,'… 00:07:22
7.   Chapter 8 00:05:17
8.   'I have heard Monsieur d'Artagnan spoken of…' 00:05:51
9.   'He is your man, do you say' 00:06:35
10.   Chapter 9 00:05:23
11.   'Well, and by my faith,' said Athos… 00:05:56
12.   'She is goddaughter to Laporte…' 00:05:56
13.   Chapter 10 00:02:50


Disc 4

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   The interrogatories, preceded by a minute search… 00:05:30
2.   On being left alone with Mme. Bonacieux… 00:06:56
3.   'Stop,' said d'Artagnan… 00:05:41
4.   Chapter 11 00:07:36
5.   Paris for two hours past had been dark… 00:07:17
6.   But was it on her own account… 00:07:53
7.   'All this will be cleared up at a later period,'… 00:07:29
8.   'Very well, monsieur,' said Planchet. 00:07:19
9.   Chapter 12 00:06:37
10.   Anne of Austria took two steps forward. 00:07:39
11.   'What object, think you…' 00:07:44


Disc 5

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 13 00:06:48
2.   M. Bonacieux was in the greatest perplexity possible. 00:06:26
3.   'But that is not a man's name…' 00:07:17
4.   Chapter 14 00:08:00
5.   'In that case, monseigneur…' 00:06:39
6.   The cardinal being left alone… 00:06:42
7.   Chapter 15 00:05:37
8.   'I have the honour to inform your Majesty,'… 00:06:12
9.   'That concerns your Majesty more than me,' said the cardinal. 00:06:02
10.   Chapter 16 00:06:32
11.   The queen was in the midst of her women… 00:06:23
12.   'To make, madame, in the name of the king…' 00:05:46


Disc 6

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   The chancellor carried the letter to the king… 00:08:28
2.   Chapter 17 00:07:31
3.   This expression sprang from the very bottom of the heart… 00:07:59
4.   The couple, then, although they had not seen each… 00:07:29
5.   'Madame,' replied Bonacieux… 00:07:13
6.   Chapter 18 00:07:25
7.   D'Artagnan drew back the bolt with precaution… 00:07:00
8.   Chapter 19 00:05:56
9.   His first visit was to Aramis… 00:05:48
10.   'To London, gentlemen,' said d'Artagnan. 00:06:01
11.   Chapter 20 00:07:50


Disc 7

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   The night was quiet enough… 00:04:59
2.   D'Artagnan and Planchet followed the gentleman… 00:05:27
3.   'We will keep a sharp lookout for them…' 00:05:46
4.   Chapter 21 00:07:30
5.   'We are safe on that side,' said Buckingham… 00:07:26
6.   'You have said, my Lord…' 00:06:42
7.   Chapter 22 00:05:08
8.   The king made his way through the crowd without a mask… 00:05:53
9.   The attention which we have been obliged to give… 00:05:45
10.   Chapter 23 00:05:52
11.   M. Bonacieux was at his door. 00:05:54
12.   'Now,' said Treville, lowering his voice… 00:06:33
13.   D'Artagnan thought of the appointment… 00:05:57


Disc 8

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 24 00:05:46
2.   There was something melancholy in this brazen voice… 00:05:58
3.   About seven o'clock in the evening… 00:05:25
4.   'After shutting the gate behind them…' 00:06:30
5.   Chapter 25 00:06:55
6.   'Pardon, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux…' 00:06:55
7.   The host, on seeing a young man followed by a lackey… 00:06:54
8.   'Nevertheless, while acknowledging the truth of what he said…' 00:07:02
9.   'Never mind; if his mistress abandons him…' 00:06:28
10.   'As it was a time of war between the Catholics and the Huguenots…' 00:07:27
11.   Chapter 26 00:05:38
12.   Bazin was then at the height of joy. 00:06:05


Disc 9

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   'Now,' continued Aramis… 00:07:26
2.   'How will you prove,' continued the Jesuit… 00:06:47
3.   When left alone, the two friends at first kept an embarrassed silence. 00:07:42
4.   'And why today, rather than yesterday or tomorrow' 00:06:55
5.   Chapter 27 00:06:53
6.   Indeed, when placed beside M. de Treville… 00:07:06
7.   D'Artagnan had often meditated against the perfidious host… 00:06:54
8.   'Then he is there I shall find him there' 00:07:54
9.   In the meantime the host and his wife… 00:07:38
10.   'That's true,' said Athos, after a moment's silence… 00:06:48
11.   Chapter 28 00:07:12


Disc 10

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   'This diamond!' said d'Artagnan… 00:07:52
2.   'I am much attached to that horse, Athos.' 00:07:31
3.   'Do you know what we are eating here' 00:07:48
4.   Chapter 29 00:06:57
5.   D'Artagnan, without losing sight of the lady… 00:06:45
6.   The procurator's wife uttered a groan. 00:06:13
7.   Chapter 30 00:07:50
8.   The maid approached Planchet… 00:08:08
9.   Chapter 31 00:06:23
10.   Porthos shrugged his shoulders… 00:05:34
11.   Milady listened with the greatest attention… 00:05:12


Disc 11

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 32 00:07:40
2.   M. Coquenard did not carry his genealogical investigations any further… 00:07:31
3.   This silence and this interruption in serving… 00:07:44
4.   Chapter 33 00:06:44
5.   Then only d'Artagnan remembered… 00:06:31
6.   It was a movement of vengeance upon Milady. 00:07:34
7.   Chapter 34 00:06:41
8.   Bazin gone, the mendicant cast a rapid glance around him… 00:06:36
9.   'How is that, Mousqueton' 00:06:32
10.   Chapter 35 00:07:01
11.   The first movement of d'Artagnan was to return it… 00:07:03


Disc 12

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   On reaching home d'Artagnan found Kitty waiting for him. 00:04:11
2.   Chapter 36 00:05:52
3.   Milady smiled with a strange smile. 00:05:10
4.   'So much the better! Come, tell me his name!' 00:06:08
5.   Chapter 37 00:08:09
6.   'You' asked Milady. 00:07:55
7.   Chapter 38 00:06:40
8.   'Fortunately,' said d'Artagnan… 00:06:25
9.   'Where the devil will constancy niche itself next' 00:06:41
10.   Chapter 39 00:06:36
11.   'Well, my dear Aramis, you don't want three horses' 00:06:36
12.   D'Artagnan remained fixed to the spot… 00:07:06


Disc 13

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 40 00:06:40
2.   'Ah, monseigneur.' 00:05:54
3.   D'Artagnan descended by the staircase… 00:06:22
4.   Chapter 41 00:07:24
5.   The Guards, under the command of M. Dessessart… 00:07:21
6.   'Monsieur is about to ask for some men of good will…' 00:07:56
7.   'You see, then,' said d'Artagnan… 00:06:42
8.   Chapter 42 00:06:31
9.   'On our account' said the three Musketeers. 00:05:53
10.   The host gave them another chamber… 00:05:33
11.   Chapter 43 00:06:38
12.   It is true that the enemies of the cardinal said… 00:06:16


Disc 14

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   'A quarrel, and what for, gentlemen' 00:06:30
2.   Chapter 44 00:06:37
3.   'Then add that his Grace has…' 00:06:37
4.   'Your Eminence is right,' replied Milady… 00:07:18
5.   Chapter 45 00:07:44
6.   Milady was livid. 00:07:08
7.   Chapter 46 00:07:24
8.   'The breakfast for these gentlemen is ready,' said the host. 00:07:37
9.   Chapter 47 00:07:22
10.   But Athos heeded not his advice. 00:07:15
11.   'I say I am entirely of Porthos's opinion,' replied Aramis. 00:07:39


Disc 15

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   'Ah, ah! But what's going on in the city yonder' 00:07:11
2.   Grimaud and his basket were far in advance… 00:08:15
3.   Chapter 48 00:07:13
4.   'The devil!' said d'Artagnan… 00:07:05
5.   'Oh, that's simple enough!' replied Athos. 00:07:31
6.   D'Artagnan took his hand. 00:06:45
7.   On the sixteenth day, in particular… 00:06:46
8.   Chapter 49 00:06:05
9.   The officer who had stopped in front of her… 00:07:26
10.   The carriage passed under two arched gateways… 00:05:48
11.   Chapter 50 00:04:38
12.   'I do not understand, my Lord,' said she… 00:04:17


Disc 16

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   'I insult you!' said Lord de Winter, with contempt. 00:03:54
2.   Milady listened with an attention that dilated her inflamed eyes. 00:07:09
3.   Chapter 51 00:06:58
4.   These notes had all the effect… 00:07:35
5.   'It does not signify, gentlemen,' continued the cardinal… 00:06:38
6.   'My dear Athos, I admire you…' 00:06:25
7.   Chapter 52 00:05:57
8.   It was then nearly eight o'clock in the evening. 00:04:43
9.   Felton made a slight bow… 00:07:04
10.   Chapter 53 00:04:59
11.   By that plain arrangement of the hair… 00:06:25
12.   Milady knew she might be watched… 00:06:14
13.   Chapter 54 00:04:37


Disc 17

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   The door opened gently… 00:06:41
2.   Felton no doubt felt within himself… 00:05:49
3.   '"Order to conduct to - the person named Charlotte Backson…"' 00:06:52
4.   Chapter 55 00:07:52
5.   'Let this victim to Baal be sent…' 00:07:33
6.   The baron entered slowly… 00:07:22
7.   Chapter 56 00:07:35
8.   'Listen,' said the young man to the sentinel. 00:08:01
9.   'I dressed myself as quickly as possible…' 00:06:55
10.   'I took the precaution to half empty the carafe…' 00:07:42
11.   'Several times, even…' 00:07:00


Disc 18

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   'The second night the door opened…' 00:03:28
2.   Chapter 57 00:05:31
3.   When this crisis was past… 00:06:45
4.   And at these words… 00:05:26
5.   Chapter 58 00:06:41
6.   All at once she heard a tap at her window… 00:06:40
7.   Milady breathed a sigh, and opened her eyes. 00:05:24
8.   Chapter 59 00:06:31
9.   And taking it from Felton… 00:06:48
10.   At the cry uttered by the duke… 00:06:21
11.   'Patrick,' said the duke… 00:06:21
12.   Chapter 60 00:06:51
13.   At length the escort passed through Paris… 00:06:32


Disc 19

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 61 00:06:20
2.   This confirmed Milady in her opinion… 00:06:45
3.   One thing alone frightened her… 00:05:46
4.   'Trust me, madame…' 00:06:48
5.   These two women held each other… 00:06:37
6.   Chapter 62 00:05:27
7.   'Return instantly.' 00:05:18
8.   Chapter 63 00:07:23
9.   'Tell your good superior…' 00:07:05
10.   Milady made her a sign to sit down opposite… 00:07:00
11.   'She! What she' asked d'Artagnan. 00:06:58
12.   'Gentlemen,' continued the stranger… 00:06:23


Disc 20

  The Three Musketeers (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 64 00:07:05
2.   The tall man had scarcely read these lines… 00:06:59
3.   Chapter 65 00:07:17
4.   'We want,' said Athos… 00:07:36
5.   All eyes were turned towards this man… 00:06:46
6.   Chapter 66 00:06:32
7.   'Oh, I cannot behold this frightful spectacle!' said he. 00:06:39
8.   Chapter 67 00:07:18
9.   D'Artagnan entered after the cardinal… 00:07:32
10.   Richelieu slowly tore the paper… 00:07:49
11.   Epilogue 00:03:39

Total Playing Time: 26:05:14






Author(s):
Dumas (pere), Alexandre

Reader(s):
Homewood, Bill

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NA0149

Barcode: 9781843797715

Physical Release: 04/2014

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