Louise de la Valliere = 露薏絲拉瓦利埃爾

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作者:Alexandre Dumas, Pere[原作] ;甦活中英文編輯所[編輯]

出版年:2011[民100]

出版社:Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation 甦活全球網路

出版地:Salt Lake City, UT. 臺北市

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Louise de la Valliere is the middle section of The Vicomte de Bragelonne or, Ten Years After. Against a tender love story, Dumas continues the suspense which began with The Vicomte de Bragelonne and will end with The Man in the Iron Mask. It is early summer, 1661, and the royal court of France is in turmoil. Can it be true that the King is in love with the Duchess D'Orleans? Or has his eye been caught by the sweet and gentle Louise de la Valliere? No one is more anxious to know the answer than Raoul, son of Athos, who loves Louise more than life itself. Behind the scenes, dark intrigues are afoot. Louis XIV is intent on making himself absolute master of France. Imminent crisis shakes the now ageing Musketeers and d'Artagnan out of their complacent retirement, but is the cause just?

  • Louise de la Valliere(p.navPoint-1)
  • The Three Musketeers, Volume V(p.navPoint-1)
  • ***(p.navPoint-1)
  • Alexandre Dumas, Pere(p.navPoint-1)
  • (p.navPoint-1)
  • Chapter I.(p.navPoint-6)
  • Malaga.(p.navPoint-6)
  • Chapter II.(p.navPoint-8)
  • A Letter from M.Baisemeaux.(p.navPoint-8)
  • Chapter III.(p.navPoint-10)
  • In Which the Reader will be Delighted to Find that Porthos Has Lost Nothing of His Muscularity.(p.navPoint-10)
  • Chapter IV.(p.navPoint-12)
  • The Rat and the Cheese.(p.navPoint-12)
  • Chapter V.(p.navPoint-14)
  • Planchet's Country–House.(p.navPoint-14)
  • Chapter VI.(p.navPoint-16)
  • Showing What Could Be Seen from Planchet's House.(p.navPoint-16)
  • Chapter VII.(p.navPoint-18)
  • How Porthos, Truchen, and Planchet Parted with Each Other on Friendly Terms, Thanks to D'Artagnan.(p.navPoint-18)
  • Chapter VIII.(p.navPoint-20)
  • The Presentation of Porthos at Court.(p.navPoint-20)
  • Chapter IX.(p.navPoint-22)
  • Explanations.(p.navPoint-22)
  • Chapter X.(p.navPoint-24)
  • Madame and De Guiche.(p.navPoint-24)
  • Chapter XI.(p.navPoint-26)
  • Montalais and Malicorne.(p.navPoint-26)
  • Chapter XII.(p.navPoint-28)
  • How De Wardes Was Received at Court.(p.navPoint-28)
  • Chapter XIII.(p.navPoint-30)
  • The Combat.(p.navPoint-30)
  • Chapter XIV.(p.navPoint-32)
  • The King's Supper.(p.navPoint-32)
  • Chapter XV.(p.navPoint-34)
  • After Supper.(p.navPoint-34)
  • Showing in What Way D'Artagnan Discharged the Mission with Which the King Had Intrusted Him.(p.navPoint-36)
  • Chapter XVI.(p.navPoint-36)
  • Chapter XVII.(p.navPoint-38)
  • The Encounter.(p.navPoint-38)
  • Chapter XVIII.(p.navPoint-40)
  • The Physician.(p.navPoint-40)
  • Chapter XIX.(p.navPoint-42)
  • Wherein D'Artagnan Perceives that It Was He Who Was Mistaken, and Manicamp Who Was Right.(p.navPoint-42)
  • Chapter XX.(p.navPoint-44)
  • Showing the Advantage of Having Two Strings to One's Bow.(p.navPoint-44)
  • Chapter XXI.(p.navPoint-46)
  • M.Malicorne the Keeper of the Records of France.(p.navPoint-46)
  • Chapter XXII.(p.navPoint-48)
  • The Journey.(p.navPoint-48)
  • Chapter XXIII.(p.navPoint-50)
  • Triumfeminate.(p.navPoint-50)
  • Chapter XXIV.(p.navPoint-52)
  • The First Quarrel.(p.navPoint-52)
  • Chapter XXV.(p.navPoint-54)
  • Despair.(p.navPoint-54)
  • Chapter XXVI.(p.navPoint-56)
  • The Flight.(p.navPoint-56)
  • Chapter XXVII.(p.navPoint-58)
  • Showing How Louis, on His Part, Had Passed the Time from Ten to Half–Past Twelve at Night.(p.navPoint-58)
  • Chapter XXVIII.(p.navPoint-60)
  • The Ambassadors.(p.navPoint-60)
  • Chapter XXIX.(p.navPoint-62)
  • Chaillot.(p.navPoint-62)
  • Chapter XXX.(p.navPoint-64)
  • Madame.(p.navPoint-64)
  • Chapter XXXI.(p.navPoint-66)
  • Mademoiselle de la Valliere's Pocket–Handkerchief.(p.navPoint-66)
  • Chapter XXXII.(p.navPoint-68)
  • Which Treats of Gardeners, of Ladders, and Maids of Honor.(p.navPoint-68)
  • Chapter XXXIII.(p.navPoint-70)
  • Which Treats of Carpentry Operations, and Furnishes Details upon the Mode of Constructing Staircases.(p.navPoint-70)
  • Chapter XXXIV.(p.navPoint-72)
  • The Promenade by Torchlight.(p.navPoint-72)
  • Chapter XXXV.(p.navPoint-74)
  • The Apparition.(p.navPoint-74)
  • Chapter XXXVI.(p.navPoint-76)
  • The Portrait.(p.navPoint-76)
  • Chapter XXXVII.(p.navPoint-78)
  • Hampton Court.(p.navPoint-78)
  • Chapter XXXVIII.(p.navPoint-80)
  • The Courier from Madame.(p.navPoint-80)
  • Chapter XXXIX.(p.navPoint-82)
  • Saint–Aignan Follows Malicorne's Advice.(p.navPoint-82)
  • Chapter XL.(p.navPoint-84)
  • Two Old Friends.(p.navPoint-84)
  • Chapter XLI.(p.navPoint-86)
  • Wherein May Be Seen that a Bargain Which Cannot Be Made with One Person, Can Be Carried Out with Another.(p.navPoint-86)
  • Chapter XLII.(p.navPoint-88)
  • The Skin of the Bear.(p.navPoint-88)
  • Chapter XLIII.(p.navPoint-90)
  • An Interview with the Queen–Mother.(p.navPoint-90)
  • Chapter XLIV.(p.navPoint-92)
  • Two Friends.(p.navPoint-92)
  • Chapter XLV.(p.navPoint-94)
  • How Jean de La Fontaine Came to Write His First Tale.(p.navPoint-94)
  • Chapter XLVI.(p.navPoint-96)
  • La Fontaine in the Character of a Negotiator.(p.navPoint-96)
  • Chapter XLVII.(p.navPoint-98)
  • Madame de Belliere's Plate and Diamonds.(p.navPoint-98)
  • Chapter XLVIII.(p.navPoint-100)
  • M. de Mazarin's Receipt.(p.navPoint-100)
  • Chapter XLIX.(p.navPoint-102)
  • Monsieur Colbert's Rough Draft.(p.navPoint-102)
  • Chapter L.(p.navPoint-104)
  • In Which the Author Thinks It Is High Time to Return to the Vicomte de Bragelonne.(p.navPoint-104)
  • Chapter LI.(p.navPoint-106)
  • Bragelonne Continues His Inquiries.(p.navPoint-106)
  • Chapter LII.(p.navPoint-108)
  • Two Jealousies.(p.navPoint-108)
  • Chapter LIII.(p.navPoint-110)
  • A Domiciliary Visit.(p.navPoint-110)
  • Chapter LIV.(p.navPoint-112)
  • Porthos's Plan of Action.(p.navPoint-112)
  • Chapter LV.(p.navPoint-114)
  • The Change of Residence, the Trap–Door, and the Portrait.(p.navPoint-114)
  • Chapter LVI.(p.navPoint-116)
  • Rivals in Politics.(p.navPoint-116)
  • Chapter LVII.(p.navPoint-118)
  • Rivals in Love.(p.navPoint-118)
  • Chapter LVIII.(p.navPoint-120)
  • King and Noble.(p.navPoint-120)
  • Chapter LIX.(p.navPoint-122)
  • After the Storm.(p.navPoint-122)
  • Chapter LX.(p.navPoint-124)
  • Heu! Miser!(p.navPoint-124)
  • Chapter LXI.(p.navPoint-126)
  • Wounds within Wounds.(p.navPoint-126)
  • Chapter LXII.(p.navPoint-128)
  • What Raoul Had Guessed.(p.navPoint-128)
  • Chapter LXIII.(p.navPoint-130)
  • Three Guests Astonished to Find Themselves at Supper Together.(p.navPoint-130)
  • Chapter LXIV.(p.navPoint-132)
  • What Took Place at the Louvre During the Supper at the Bastile.(p.navPoint-132)
  • Chapter LXV.(p.navPoint-134)
  • Political Rivals.(p.navPoint-134)
  • Chapter LXVI.(p.navPoint-136)
  • In Which Porthos Is Convinced without Having Understood Anything.(p.navPoint-136)
  • Chapter LXVII.(p.navPoint-138)
  • M. de Baisemeaux's "Society."(p.navPoint-138)
  • Footnotes(p.navPoint-140)