The Man in the Iron Mask
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The Man in the Iron Mask

By Alexandre Dumas
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Table of Contents
  • Introduction:
  • Chapter I. The Prisoner.
  • Chapter II. How Mouston Had Become Fatter without Giving Porthos Notice Thereof, and of the Troubles Which Consequently Befell that Worthy Gentleman.
  • Chapter III. Who Messire Jean Percerin Was.
  • Chapter IV. The Patterns.
  • Chapter V. Where, Probably, Moliere Obtained His First Idea of the Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
  • Chapter VI. The Bee-Hive, the Bees, and the Honey.
  • Chapter VII. Another Supper at the Bastile.
  • Chapter VIII. The General of the Order.
  • Chapter IX. The Tempter.
  • Chapter X. Crown and Tiara.
  • Chapter XI. The Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte.
  • Chapter XII. The Wine of Melun.
  • Chapter XIII. Nectar and Ambrosia.
  • Chapter XIV. A Gascon, and a Gascon and a Half.
  • Chapter XV. Colbert.
  • Chapter XVI. Jealousy.
  • Chapter XVII. High Treason.
  • Chapter XVIII. A Night at the Bastile.
  • Chapter XIX. The Shadow of M. Fouquet.
  • Chapter XX. The Morning.
  • Chapter XXI. The King’s Friend.
  • Chapter XXII. Showing How the Countersign Was Respected at the Bastile.
  • Chapter XXIII. The King’s Gratitude.
  • Chapter XXIV. The False King.
  • Chapter XXV. In Which Porthos Thinks He Is Pursuing a Duchy.
  • Chapter XXVI. The Last Adieux.
  • Chapter XXVII. Monsieur de Beaufort.
  • Chapter XXVIII. Preparations for Departure.
  • Chapter XXIX. Planchet’s Inventory.
  • Chapter XXX. The Inventory of M. de Beaufort.
  • Chapter XXXI. The Silver Dish.
  • Chapter XXXII. Captive and Jailers.
  • Chapter XXXIII. Promises.
  • Chapter XXXIV. Among Women.
  • Chapter XXXV. The Last Supper.
  • Chapter XXXVI. In M. Colbert’s Carriage.
  • Chapter XXXVII. The Two Lighters.
  • Chapter XXXVIII. Friendly Advice.
  • Chapter XXXIX. How the King, Louis XIV., Played His Little Part.
  • Chapter XL: The White Horse and the Black.
  • Chapter XLI. In Which the Squirrel Falls,—the Adder Flies.
  • Chapter XLII. Belle-Ile-en-Mer.
  • Chapter XLIII. Explanations by Aramis.
  • Chapter XLIV. Result of the Ideas of the King, and the Ideas of D’Artagnan.
  • Chapter XLV. The Ancestors of Porthos.
  • Chapter XLVI. The Son of Biscarrat.
  • Chapter XLVII. The Grotto of Locmaria.
  • Chapter XLVIII. The Grotto.
  • Chapter XLIX. An Homeric Song.
  • Chapter L: The Death of a Titan.
  • Chapter LI. Porthos’s Epitaph.
  • Chapter LII. M. de Gesvres’s Round.
  • Chapter LIII. King Louis XIV.
  • Chapter LIV. M. Fouquet’s Friends.
  • Chapter LV. Porthos’s Will.
  • Chapter LVI. The Old Age of Athos.
  • Chapter LVII. Athos’s Vision.
  • Chapter LVIII. The Angel of Death.
  • Chapter LIX. The Bulletin.
  • Chapter LX. The Last Canto of the Poem.
  • Epilogue.
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