Literary Memories 5 December: Alexandre Dumas


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Alexandre Dumas Alexandre Dumas

Author: Alexandre Dumas

Dates: 24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870

Nationality: French

Title of Book: The Three Musketeers

When in a house, of whatever kind it may be, an individual suspected of any crime is arrested, the arrest is held secret. Four or five men are placed in ambuscade in the first room. The door is opened to all who knock. It is closed after them, and they are arrested; so that at the end of two or three days they have in their power almost all the habitues of the establishment. And that is a mousetrap.

The apartment of M. Bonacieux, then, became a mousetrap; and whoever appeared there was taken and interrogated by the cardinal’s people. It must be observed that as a separate passage led to the first floor, in which D’Artagnan lodged, those who called on him were exempted from this detention.

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