Alexandre Dumas The Queen's Necklace

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"The Queen's Nicklace" dramatizes an unsavory incident in the 1780s at the court of King Louis XVI of France involving the King'swife, Marie Antoinette. Her reputation was already tarnished by gossip and scandal, and her implication in a crime involving a stolen necklace became one of the major turning-points of public opinion against the monarchy, which eventually culminated in the French Revolution.

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Alexandre Dumas was famous throughout the world for his historical novels of heroism and adventure, including The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. His father, a General, died when Alexandre was four, and his mother raised him on stories of his father's exploits. Like many authors of his day, he began writing plays and journalism, later moving on to serialized fiction and crime stories.

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