Black Tulip (Macmillan English Readers)

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9780029714201: Black Tulip (Macmillan English Readers)

A deceptively simple story and the shortest of Dumas's most famous novels, The Black Tulip (1850) weaves historical events surrounding a brutal murder into a tale of romantic love. Set in Holland in 1672, this timeless political allegory draws on the violence and crimes of history, making a case against tyranny and creating a symbol of justice and tolerance: the fateful tulipa negra.

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One of the most prolific and popular French authors of the nineteenth century, Dumas is best known for his classic historical novels The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo.

John Bolen brings his extensive theater, film, and television experience to audiobooks. His recent television appearances include CIA: Masters of Deception on the Discovery Channel, and his recent film work includes The Land and The Inn Outside the World.

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Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) was one of the literary lights of France during the Romantic Revolution, his complete works eventually filling over three hundred volumes. George Bernard Shaw described him as ""one of the best storytellersa ]that ever lived."" The Man in the Iron Mask and The Three Musketeers are available from Brilliance Audio.

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