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Dilemmas of contemporary geopolitics are decoded by Alexandre Dumas Pere`s timeless, and cumbersome novels that breathe life into zealous royal debates. Following "The Vicomte de Bragelonne: 161 years after," this project again, illustrates and converts A. Dumas Pere`s "Ten years later" 500-page prose into a collection of eleven epics (114 pages only), and keeps the narratives and plot unaltered. 1661 approaches. Princess Henrietta of England, the granddaughter of Henry IV, and sister of the restored King Charles II, marries Prince Philippe, the brother of French King Louis XIV. With her arrival she throws the court of France into a complete discord, involving fights of the Duke of Buckingham, Comte de Wardes, Lord Rochester, and Guiche de Gramont - all the succumbs of Henrietta's charms. The King's eye falls on Henrietta Stuart. The mother-queen, Anne of Austria, intervenes to prevent a royal scandal. A scenario is designed to pick up a young lady, Louise de la Valliere (Raoul's fiancée), with whom the King would pretend to be in love, the better to mask his true affair.

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Other history casts from these authors: "Petronilla: The Queen of Aragon," "The Grace of Being a Romanov," "Clovis, the First King of France," "The Secret Codes of Mary, Queen of Scots," "Schacht," "The Pack," "The Man Who Lit the Match," "Frederick II of Brandenburg: The Emperor, Warmaster, and Poet," "Diane & Diana: Favorites of Henry the Second," "Maiblume" (Mayflower [in German]), and "Der Torte Dorf" (The Pie Town [in German]).

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