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    The title of the book “The Three Musketeers” references the Three men who are known as Musketeers, Aramis, Porthos, and Athos. However, the author left out that there was another man who strives to become a Musketeer. Not only that, but later on he becomes the lieutenant of the Musketeers at the end of the story. His name is D'Artagnan. He is a young man who is driven by love, ambition, and his sense of morality. He is the main character of the book. The author wrote the book knowing that in the end there were going to be four, not just three musketeers. The author does this because had he made the title of the book “The Four Musketeers” it would have made it obvious to readers that D’Artagnan succeeded in becoming a Musketeer. It would also make some readers lose interest in the book as soon as it is revealed that D’Artagnan wanted to become a Musketeer, and when the other three musketeers are introduced into the story(which would be the first few chapters). By giving the book the title “The Three Musketeers” Dumas created suspense and curiosity for the reader by not giving away one of the endings too…

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    D’Artagnan and Monsieur Bonacieux’s Personalities In this passage, it includes specific examples of compare and contrast between D’Artagnan and Monsieur Bonacieux. In chapter eight, D’Artagnan meets Bonacieux for the first time and finds out he is the landlord. Although, the two individuals have several differences D’Artagnan is eager to help him in any problem or issue that he may experience. Bonacieux came to know about D’Artagnan’s bravery from the fight against the cardinal’s guard.…

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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…

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    In the beginning on the novel we see the hot-headedness of the main character d’Artagnan. He stops in the town of Meung on his way to paris and gets into a fight with a gentlemen who makes fun of him and his mount (Wordsworth, 1993). The gentleman and a group of his lackeys beat d'Artagnan unconscious. When he comes back to his senses he realizes they stole his introduction letter to Monsieur de Treville, head of the King's Musketeers, the elite group of soldiers who make up the King and Queen's…

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    Loyalty, specifically during this time period, is highly prioritized in regards of having relations with someone who is acknowledged to be noble. D’Artagnan emphasizes himself that he is “devoted to both these all-powerful masters” and that his “earnest endeavors have no other aim that the service of the king” (Dumas 47). His devotion and service to the king symbolizes the chivalry, which was the behavioral code of conduct for men in the seventeenth century. He abides by the social customs that…

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    a tall man, dirty and dressed for travel. His lean body giving him a quick and... elegantly intimidating air about him. He had a fine rapier that he wielded in an even finer fashion. Anders looked back and up at him Amber eyes wide with surprise and shock, her pale blonde hair a mess, tossed about on her head. The stranger went on to request that she gave two copper coins at mass and said a prayer for 'The Comte D'Artagnan' who Anders assumed was him. Then he left. Or at least he almost left.…

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    words that describe the books a negative connotation of sounding intimidating, scary, and unwanted. Multiple times in the beginning of his memoir, he gives phrases of the teachers’ actions negative connotations to make books and reading sound less desirable to the students. Since Holt was able to incorporate descriptive details and imagery in his writing, he was able to show the frightfulness of reading that would be plastered on each kids face. Why should children understand everything they…

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    My Struggles of Literacy and How I Work to Fix Them Literacy, in my eyes, is the way of sharing ideas, facts, and emotion. Emotional literacy such as poetry has had a big role in what I read today. They can express things in simplicity and make it so vivid at the same time. Any book can have the ability to change a perspective on a certain topic or helps me acknowledge the things around me. Enjoying to read has never been the issue, but pronouncing certain words that I’m reading has. One of the…

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