Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870) is one of the most famous French writers in history, known for his historical novels of swashbuckling adventure. Dumas’ work, including The Three Musketeers and Twenty Years After, are still widely read in classrooms throughout the world and remain entertaining upon rereading. Dumas’ works were serialized, as he was a magazine correspondent and journalist. Also among Dumas’ best adventures is The Count of Monte Cristo, which is now a staple of Western classrooms and has been made into many movies.
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