The Three Musketeers Analysis

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The Three Musketeers book has a lot of information about D’Artagnan. D’Artagnan was a poor man who left his house to become a Musketeer. He left Gascony go to Paris to make his fortune. He never married and he was a hot-headed, prideful and especially young man who never gave up on a fight. He had a problem with Stranger and Musketeers. He never asked people for help because he wanted to solve his own problems, no matter how dangerous the enemy was. He never surrendered. He fought until someone died or was wounded. He wanted to show he had a heart like the chief and also showed how he was not scared of the enemy. In chapter four the King, Mr. De Treville and other Musketeers congratulated D'Artagnan on winning his fight against Jussac, Captain …show more content…
The problem was that Mr. Bonacieux knew his wife was in the danger but he just ignored it. If he really loved his wife he would do something before anything bad thing happen to her. In the past he had not paid attention to his wife, but when she was kidnapped he tried to do something but it was too late for help. Mr. Bonacieux was worried about himself more than worried about his own wife, or even though the Queen Anne secret. Mr. Bonacieux was a smart guy, because when he had a problem, he asked D’Artagnan to help. He was a person doesn’t have responsible to his own wife. For D’Artagnan woman must to be protected. D’Artagnan does the opposite because he cares about other people. He is not afraid to protect someone he love. Mr. Bonacieux shows his personality as one who always needs other people’s help with his own problems. He never solves it from himself. That’s his wife but he could not protect her from the stranger. Even though his own life was in the danger he could not protect himself or his wife. At this point D’Artagnan was a brave man and never scared to fight. Mr. Bonacieux was not skilled on fighting and He was too scared to fight. He had a lot more money than D’Artagnan because he was landlord of D’Artagnan, and D’Artagnan was not paid his rent for three months. Mr. Bonacieux had a proposal for D’Artagnan if he could find his wife and save him from the Bastille, D’Artagnan doesn't have to pay the rest. (Dumas 54). Both of them also lived different lives. Mr. Bonacieux grew up with money and could buy anything he wanted. He even thought he could buy his marriage. He married his wife who was over twice his age. But D’Artagnan lived in a rented apartment with only have two rooms: one was his restroom and other one his bedroom. Life’s not fair to some people growing up and have their own money but no skill

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