In retribution, Phillipe forces Louis to wear the mask of his own making and locks him away in the Bastille. He agrees to be arrested on Belle Isle as long as Porthos can go free and is said to cry for the first time in his life upon Porthos death. Maybe I should have read it all, since I do like reading Dumas the elder. This means that I missed out on quite a lot of backstory and plot developments. Before his death, however, Porthos took out a hundred and ten of the King's men. Philippe knocks Louis down and begins to strangle him, but D'Artagnan, with his dying breaths, reminds Philippe that Louis is his brother.
The tombstone of D'Artagnan has an iron mask imprint chiseled upon it by his friends Philippe saying earlier that due to his secret, D'Artagnan was the real man in the iron mask. His death is also recorded as happening in 1709, six years after that of the man in the mask. Meanwhile, the king continues to wallow in hedonistic luxury and seduce a parade of women. His three companions Aramis, Athos and Porthos have retired into civil life long ago. The young man is named Philippe Marchiali. But then Raoul arrives and informs his father he has been recalled to his regiment because he believes Louis desires Christine.
As much as I am in love with the Musketeers I cannot accept the code of honor they live by. Caught up in her love, the King agrees. When he was transferred to Exilles in 1687, the prisoner had gray hair. Aramis was also crucial in the battle, he was the brains behind the whole fight. D'Artagnan contacts his friends for help in rescuing Philippe from the Bastille. The man was forced to wear a black cloth over his face most of the time; no one saw his face.
Athos angrily warns D'Artagnan that if Raoul is harmed, then Louis will become his enemy. Athos lives peacefully with his son, Raoul. They trade twins, but Philippe is captured before the musketeers escape. The action largely trails off unsatisfactorily. Château de is the stand in for all the scenes that are supposed to be , although in the book, the switch between Louis and Philippe happens at Vaux-le-Vicomte. Aramis and Porthos show up on his doorstep and ask to speak to him.
این پایان سرنوشت تلخ یک انسان بیگناه بود. The plot points come together too easily at the end. As they head to the coast, Athos and Porthos don't hear anything about D'Artagnan. Furious, Louis orders Phillipe's execution, but when Fouquet reveals that they are brothers, the King diabolically devises a fiendish iron mask and locks Phillipe in the notorious Parisian prison the Bastille, imprisoned in the mask. According to who was also imprisoned in Saint-Lazaire at the time, the real Eustache Dauger de Cavoye died as a result of in the late 1680s.
Before they can react someone starts firing at them. It doesn't make any sense! However, in the last part of the novel, the King is portrayed as an intelligent, more mature, and slightly misunderstood man who in fact deserves the throne - and the Musketeers themselves are split, Aramis with assistance from Porthos, who is ignorant and easily duped siding with the prisoner, D'Artagnan with King Louis, and Athos retiring from politics entirely. Aramis offers Philippe the use of his carriage and as they drive from the prison, Aramis tells him more of the story of who he truly is and why he was imprisoned. Like them, he joined the army, where he came under the command of , a brave soldier, notorious playboy and bisexual. It has been decades since I read this is my first reading of The Man in the Iron Mask and it makes me want to reread it soon. The scene emphasises the value of trust within relationships, by using lighting to like David's untrustworthy status to the conflict taking place.
Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and D'Artagnan are not young men in any of the sequels to The Three Musketeers. The only characters not given any sympathy by the author are those who behave without any of the aspects of honor as honor is believed to be in these books. Meanwhile, Fouquet, nervous that he'll be arrested any minute, has worked himself into a grave illness. He is an engaging writer, and this book does continue the feel of being there. I don't really remember the movie but I remember I liked it, that's why I I didn't know how to review this book and just started writing randomly until some thoughts about the book illuminated me and I could write some a proper rant about this book review. All that remains now is D'Artagnan, will he stand against his long time friends, or do what is best for his country? The prisoner asks Aramis if unveiling his presence to the world would unleash a great scandal. از آن پس، افسانه و ادبیات، به شخصیت او پرداخته، و او را تحت نام: «مردی با ماسک آهنین»، به شهرت میرسانند.
I can see why it gets cut up like that. These guys are lovable to the max. Και εδώ είναι το ζουμί και αυτό το κομμάτι μου άρεσε. To round off courtly life, we have D'Artagnan, captain of the King's Musketeers. Then again, this was not originally called The Man in the Iron Mask. D'Artagnan's right-hand man, Lieutenant Andre, is furious at Louis for killing D'Artagnan and upon finding out Philippe was brother to Louis and of royal blood, orders his men to close the door and swears them to secrecy. All of his furniture and clothing was reportedly destroyed afterward, the walls of his cell were scraped and whitewashed, and everything of metal which the man had possessed or used was melted down.