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       Alexandre Dumas was born July 24, 1802, at Villiers-Cotterets, France, the son of Napoleon's famous mulatto general, Dumas. Alexandre Dumas began writing at an early age and saw his first success in a play he wrote entitled Henri III et sa Cour (1829). A prolific author, Dumas was also an adventurer and took part in the Revolution of 1830. Dumas is most famous for his brilliant historical novels, which he wrote with collaborators, mainly Auguste Maquet, and which were serialized in the popular press of the day. His most popular works are The Three Musketeers(1844), The Count of Monte Cristo (1844-45), and The Man in Iron Mask (1848-50). Dumas made and lost several fortunes, and died penniless on on December 5, 1870.


King's Musketeers

The Three Musketeers (1844)

Twenty Years After (1845)

Ten Years Later (1847) aka The Viscomte de Bragelonne

Louise De La Valliere (1845)

The Man in the Iron Mask (1910)



Mary Stuart

Ange Pitou

Captain Paul (1838)

La Reine Margot (1843)

The Corsican Brothers (1845)

The Count of Monte Cristo (1845)

The Regent's Daughter (1845)

Good Lady Bertha's Honey Broth (1846)

Marguerite De Valois (1846)

The Black Tulip (1850)

Le Vampire (1851)

Isaac Laquedem (1853)

The Foresters (1854)

The Companions of Jehu (1858)

The Queen's Necklace (1891)

The Memoirs of a Physician (1893)

The Wolf-leader (1904)

The Chevalier d'Harmental (1910)

The Chevalier de Maison-Rouge (1910)

Chicot the Jester (1910)

The Countess de Charny (1910)

Joseph Balsamo (1910)

Margaret de Valois (1910)

The Page of the Count of Savoy (1910)

Taking The Bastille (1910)

The Two Dianas (1910)

Adventures in Spain (1959)

Adventures in Caucasia (1975)

Horror at Fontenay (1975)

Castle Eppstein (1989)

The Last Cavalier (2007)


The Works of Alexandre Dumas (1893)

The Crimes of the Marquise de Brinvilliers (1908)

Short Stories By Alexandre Dumas (1927)

The Werewolf Megapack (2013) (with John Gregory Betancourt, Guy de Maupassant, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Rudyard Kipling, Jay Lake, Saki and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro)

Non fiction

Napoleon (1865)

The Celebrated Crimes of History (1895)

Celebrated Crimes of the Russian Court (1905)

The Journal of Madame Giovanni (1944)

My Memoirs (1965)

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