The Man in the Iron Mask – Ethereum

by Alexandre Dumas — eBook

“The Man in the Iron Mask” is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père, first published in 1847. It is part of the “d’Artagnan Romances,” which also includes “The Three Musketeers” and “Twenty Years After.”

The story is set in the 17th century and follows the adventures of the musketeers, Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and their young protégé, d’Artagnan. The plot revolves around the existence of a mysterious prisoner in the Bastille who is always seen wearing an iron mask.

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The Heartbreaker
28 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBooks
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eBook Numbers 72 – 99
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The Iron Mask
27 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBooks
= 27 eBooks
eBook Numbers 45 – 71
(27% of Supply)

The King’s Mother
14 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBooks
= 14 eBooks
eBook Numbers 31 – 44
(14% of Supply)

The Musketeers
12 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBook
= 12 eBooks
eBook Numbers 19 – 30
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The Raoul’s Love
10 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBooks
= 10 eBooks
eBook numbers 9 – 18
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The Armor of Versailles
9 Unique Designs
x 1 Numbered eBook
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eBook Numbers 0 – 8
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About this Book

From Wikipedia: The Man in the Iron Mask has been the subject of many works of fiction, most prominently in 1850 by Alexandre Dumas. A section of his novel The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later—the final installment of his D’Artagnan saga—features this prisoner, portrayed as Louis XIV’s identical twin and forced to wear an iron mask. In 1840, Dumas had first presented a review of the popular theories about the prisoner extant in his time in the chapter “L’homme au masque de fer”, published in the eighth volume of his non-fiction Crimes Célèbres. This approach was adopted by many subsequent authors, and speculative works have continued to appear on the subject.

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