Table of Contents for Three Musketeers


Biographical Note v
Introduction xiii
Alan Furst
Author's Preface
Wherein It Is Proved That Despite Their Names Ending in-os and -is, the Heroes of the History We Are About to Have the Honor to Relate Have Nothing Mythological About Them xix
The Three Musketeers
The Three Gifts of Monsieur d'Artagnant the Elder
3(13)
The Antechamber of Monsieur de Treville
16(10)
The Audience
26(10)
Of Athos and His Shoulder, of Porthos and His Baldric, and of Aramis and His Handkerchief
36(7)
His Majesty's Musketeers and the Cardinal's Guards
43(10)
His Majesty King Louis XIII
53(16)
Home Life of the Musketeers
69(7)
Concerning a Court Intrigue
76(8)
D'Artagnan to the Fore
84(7)
Concerning a Mousetrap in the Seventeenth Century
91(9)
In Which the Plot Thickens
100(15)
George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham
115(7)
Of Monsieur Bonacieux
122(7)
The Man of Meung
129(9)
Men of Law and Men of the Sword
138(7)
Wherein Monsieur Pierre Seguier, Chancellor of France and Keeper of the Seals, Looks More Than Once for a Bell to Ring as Lustily as He Was Wont to Do of Yore
145(11)
Of Monsieur Bonacieux and His Lady
156(11)
Lover and Husband
167(6)
Plan of Campaign
173(8)
The Journey
181(10)
Lady Clark
191(8)
In Which Their Majesties Dance La Merlaison, a Favorite Ballet of the King's
199(7)
The Rendezvous
206(10)
The Lodge
216(9)
Of What Happened to Porthos
225(18)
Of Aramis and His Thesis
243(16)
Of Athos and His Wife
259(19)
The Return
278(14)
Of the Hunt for Campaign Outfits
292(8)
Milady
300(7)
Englishmen and Frenchmen
307(6)
A Dinner at the House of an Attorney-at-Law
313(8)
The Soubrette and Her Mistress
321(10)
Concerning the Respective Outfits of Aramis and Porthos
331(7)
At Night All Cats Are Gray
338(7)
Dreams of Vengeance
345(7)
Of Milady's Secret
352(6)
How Athos Without Lifting a Finger Procured His Equipment for the Campaign
358(8)
A Vision
366(8)
Wherein D'Artagnan Meets His Eminence and Milady Speeds Him Off to War
374(7)
The Siege of La Rochelle
381(11)
Of Anjou Wine and Its Salubrious Virtues
392(7)
At the Sign of the Red Dovecote
399(7)
Of the Utility of Stovepipes
406(7)
Husband and Wife
413(5)
The Bastion Saint-Gervais
418(6)
The Council of the Musketeers
424(16)
A Family Affair
440(13)
Fatality
453(7)
Of an Intimate Conversation Between Brother and Sister
460(6)
Of an Officer Out on a Stroll
466(9)
Captivity: The First Day
475(6)
Captivity: The Second Day
481(6)
Captivity: The Third Day
487(8)
Captivity: The Fourth Day
495(7)
Captivity: The Fifth Day
502(13)
How Milady Employed the Technique of Classical Tragedy to Prepare a Modern One
515(6)
Escape
521(7)
Of What Occurred at Portsmouth on August 23, 1628
528(10)
Of What Was Happening in France
538(5)
Of What Occurred at the Convent of the Carmelite Nuns in Bethune
543(12)
Of Two Varieties of Demons
555(6)
Of Wine and Water
561(12)
The Man in the Red Cloak
573(4)
Day of Judgment
577(8)
Of How Judgment Was Accomplished
585(4)
Of the Cardinal, His Agent and a Lieutenant's Commission
589(8)
Epilogue
597(2)
Commentary 599(10)
Reading Group Guide 609