Alexandre Dumas Count of Monte Cristo The Three Musketeers Vintage Audio Mp3 DVD

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Who is Alexandre Dumas?
Alexandre Dumas (English ; 24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870), also known as Alexandre Dumas, père, was a French writer. His works have been translated into nearly 100 languages, and he is one of the most widely read French authors. Many of his historical novels of high adventure were originally published as serials, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, and The Vicomte de Bragelonne: Ten Years Later. His novels have been adapted since the early twentieth century for nearly 200 films. Dumas’ last novel, The Knight of Sainte-Hermine, unfinished at his death, was completed by a scholar and published in 2005, becoming a bestseller. It was published in English in 2008 as The Last Cavalier.
 
MP3s on DVD:
The Man in the Iron Mask
8.2M 00 – Introduction
15.6M 01a – The Prisoner (Part 1)
15.6M 01b – The Prisoner (Part 2)
9.0M 02 – How Mouston Had Become Fatter
7.3M 03 – Who Messire Percerin Was
11.2M 04 – The Patterns
6.9M 05 – Where, Probably, Moliere Obtained His First Idea of the Bourgeois Gentilhomme
10.3M 06 – The Bee-Hive, the Bees, and the Honey
8.2M 07 – Another Supper at the Bastille
9.7M 08 – The General of the Order
10.2M 09 – The Tempter
9.1M 10 – Crown and Tiara
6.1M 11 – The Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte
6.2M 12 – The Wine of Melun
5.2M 13 – Nectar & Ambrosia
14.1M 14 – A Gascon, and a Gascon and a Half
7.2M 15 – Colbert
7.5M 16 – Jealousy
10.7M 17 – High Treason
8.0M 18 – A Night at the Bastille
18.9M 19 – The Shadow of Monsieur Fouquet
9.7M 20 – The Morning
18.9M 21 – The King’s Friend
8.7M 22 – Showing How the Countersign Was Respected at the Bastille
9.5M 23 – The King’s Gratitude
11.4M 24 – The False King
6.0M 25 – In Which Porthos Thinks He Is Pursuing a Duchy
6.0M 26 – The Last Adieux
9.5M 27 – Monsieur de Beaufort
9.7M 28 – Preparations for Departure
6.1M 29 – Planchet’s Inventory
7.0M 30 – The Inventory of Monsieur de Beaufort
8.4M 31 – The Silver Dish
10.7M 32 – Captives and Jailers
13.3M 33 – Promises
9.6M 34 – Among Women
8.0M 35 – The Last Supper
8.7M 36 – In Monsieur Colbert’s Carriage
8.2M 37 – The Two Lighters
6.5M 38 – Friendly Advice
9.3M 39 – How the King, Louis XIV, Played His Little Part
8.7M 40 – The White Horse and the Black
11.3M 41 – In Which the Squirrel Falls, the Adder Flies
11.0M 42 – Belle Isle-en-Mer
12.3M 43 – Explanations by Aramis
3.1M 44 – Result of the Ideas of the King & the Ideas of D’Artagnan
4.7M 45 – The Ancestors of Porthos
6.6M 46 – The Son of Biscarrat
7.1M 47 – The Grotto of Locmaria
9.3M 48 – The Grotto
5.9M 49 – An Homeric Song
7.4M 50 – The Death of a Titan
7.8M 51 – Porthos’ Epitaph
6.4M 52 – Monsieur de Gesvre’s Round
9.3M 53 – Louis XIV
7.7M 54 – Monsieur Fouquet’s Friends
6.8M 55 – Porthos’ Will
6.4M 56 – The Old Age of Athos
7.3M 57 – Athos’ Vision
6.1M 58 – The Angel of Death
7.2M 59 – The Bulletin
7.1M 60 – The Last Canto of the Poem
14.5M 61a – Epilogue (Part 1)
14.5M 61b – Epilogue (Part 2)
Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 1
3.0M 1-01 – Celebrated Crimes: Introduction
5.6M 1-02 – The Borgias: Prologue
11.7M 1-03 – The Borgias: Chapter 1
10.0M 1-04 – The Borgias: Chapter 2
6.3M 1-05 – The Borgias: Chapter 3, Part 1
10.1M 1-06 – The Borgias: Chapter 3, Part 2
9.1M 1-07 – The Borgias: Chapter 4, Part 1
8.1M 1-08 – The Borgias: Chapter 4, Part 2
10.4M 1-09 – The Borgias: Chapter 5, Part 1
10.4M 1-10 – The Borgias: Chapter 5, Part 2
10.3M 1-11 – The Borgias: Chapter 5, Part 3
6.9M 1-12 – The Borgias: Chapter 6, Part 1
7.0M 1-13 – The Borgias: Chapter 6, Part 2
8.2M 1-14 – The Borgias: Chapter 7, Part 1
7.6M 1-15 – The Borgias: Chapter 7, Part 2
12.9M 1-16 – The Borgias: Chapter 8
12.2M 1-17 – The Borgias: Chapter 9
8.6M 1-18 – The Borgias: Chapter 10, Part 1
9.7M 1-19 – The Borgias: Chapter 10, Part 2
8.5M 1-20 – The Borgias: Chapter 11, Part 1
8.9M 1-21 – The Borgias: Chapter 11, Part 2
12.2M 1-22 – The Borgias: Chapter 12
9.2M 1-23 – The Borgias: Chapter 13, Part 1
8.0M 1-24 – The Borgias: Chapter 13, Part 2
8.4M 1-25 – The Borgias: Chapter 14
12.3M 1-26 – The Borgias: Chapter 15
6.9M 1-27 – The Borgias: Chapter 16
4.2M 1-28 – The Borgias: Epilogue
6.9M 1-29 – The Cenci: Part 1
5.1M 1-30 – The Cenci: Part 2
6.9M 1-31 – The Cenci: Part 3
6.3M 1-32 – The Cenci: Part 4
6.5M 1-33 – The Cenci: Part 5
6.5M 1-34 – The Cenci: Part 6
The Princess of Bagdad
24.6M 01 – Act 1
13.7M 02 – Act 2
16.2M 03 – Act 3
The Wolf-Leader
23.0M 00 – Introduction
8.9M 01 – Chapter 1
11.4M 02 – Chapter 2
9.6M 03 – Chapter 3
9.0M 04 – Chapter 4
9.0M 05 – Chapter 5
8.3M 06 – Chapter 6
8.5M 07 – Chapter 7
7.3M 08 – Chapter 8
8.1M 09 – Chapter 9
8.2M 10 – Chapter 10
10.3M 11 – Chapter 11
13.3M 12 – Chapter 12
11.1M 13 – Chapter 13
7.8M 14 – Chapter 14
6.3M 15 – Chapter 15
8.1M 16 – Chapter 16
7.4M 17 – Chapter 17
5.9M 18 – Chapter 18
7.3M 19 – Chapter 19
9.0M 20 – Chapter 20
12.5M 21 – Chapter 21
5.4M 22 – Chapter 22
6.9M 23 – Chapter 23
7.2M 24 – Chapter 24
The Forty-Five Guardsmen
4.3M 01 – The Porte St. Antoine
5.3M 02 – What passed outside the Porte St. Antoine
2.7M 03 – The examination
4.4M 04 – His majesty Henri the Third
5.4M 05 – The Execution
9.0M 06 – The Brothers
3.7M 07 – The sword of the brave chevalier
3.6M 08 – The gascon
3.5M 09 – M. Loignac
4.5M 10 – The purchase of cuirasses
3.7M 11 – Still the League
3.8M 12 – The chamber of his majesty Henri III
3.4M 13 – The dormitory
7.1M 14 – The shade of Chicot
5.6M 15 – The difficulty of finding a good ambassador
4.2M 16 – The serenade
2.1M 17 – Chicot’s purse
2.9M 18 – The priory of the Jacobins
3.8M 19 – The two friends
2.2M 20 – The breakfast
3.3M 21 – Brother Borromee
3.6M 22 – The lesson
2.6M 23 – The penitent
4.3M 24 – The ambush
2.5M 25 – The Guises
2.6M 26 – The Louvre
3.5M 27 – The revelation
2.5M 28 – Two friends
3.5M 29 – St. Maline
4.7M 30 – De Loignac’s interview with the forty-five
4.4M 31 – The Bourgeois of Paris
2.8M 32 – Brother Borromee
2.5M 33 – Chicot, Latinist
2.8M 34 – The four winds
3.9M 35 – How Chicot continued his journey, and what happened to him
3.0M 36 – The third day of the Journey
4.5M 37 – Ernanton de Carmainges
4.9M 38 – The stable-yard
4.3M 39 – The seven sins of Magdalen
6.6M 40 – Bel-Esbat
4.5M 41 – The letter of M. de Mayenne
5.3M 42 – How Dom Gorenflot blessed the king as he passed before the priory of the Jacobins
5.1M 43 – How Chicot blessed King Louis II. for having invented posting, and resolved to profit by it
4.2M 44 – How the King of Navarre guesses that ”Turennius” means Turenne, and ”Margot” Margot
2.6M 45 – The Avenue 3000 Feet Long
2.8M 46 – Marguerite’s room
5.1M 47 – The explanation
4.2M 48 – The Spanish Ambassador
6.2M 49 – The poor of Henri of Navarre
4.5M 50 – The true mistress of the King of Navarre
6.9M 51 – Chicot’s astonishment at finding himself so popular in Nerac
5.2M 52 – How the hunted the wolf in Navarre
5.3M 53 – How Henri of Navarre behaved in battle
6.6M 54 – What was passing at the Louvre about the time Chicot entered Nerac
4.2M 55 – Red plume and white plume
4.2M 56 – The door opens
8.2M 57 – How a great lady loved in the year 1586
4.6M 58 – How St. Maline entered into the Turret and what followed
5.1M 59 – What was passing in the mysterious house
3.2M 60 – The laboratory
4.4M 61 – What M. Francois, Duc d’Anjou, Duc de Brabant and Comte de Flanders was doing in Flanders
6.4M 62 – Preparations for battle
2.7M 63 – Monseigneur
4.5M 64 – Monseigneur (continued)
6.8M 65 – French and Flemings
4.1M 66 – The travelers
4.7M 67 – Explanation
4.7M 68 – The water
6.3M 69 – Flight
3.7M 70 – Transfiguration
5.3M 71 – The two brothers
4.2M 72 – The expedition
5.3M 73 – Paul-Emile
8.4M 74 – One of the souvenirs of the Duc d’Anjou
6.7M 75 – How Aurilly executed the commission of the Duc d’Anjou
3.6M 76 – The journey
7.6M 77 – How King Henri III. did not invite Grillon to breakfast, and how Chicot invited himself
6.1M 78 – How, after receiving news from the south, Henri received news from the north
3.1M 79 – The two companions
2.3M 80 – The Corne d’Abondance
12.8M 81 – What happened in the little room
8.2M 82 – The husband and the lover
7.0M 83 – Showing how Chicot began to understand the purport of M. de Guise’s letter
10.1M 84 – Le Cardinal de Joyeuse
4.6M 85 – News from Aurilly
7.4M 86 – Doubt
7.8M 87 – Certainty
6.5M 88 – Fatality
8.5M 89 – Les hospitalieres
3.0M 90 – His Highness Monseigneur le Duc de Guise
1.1M 91 – Postscript
Twenty Years After
10.9M 01 – The Shade of Cardinal Richelieu.
9.0M 02 – A Nightly Patrol.
13.3M 03 – Dead Animosities.
8.6M 04 – Anne of Austria at the Age of Forty-six.
4.6M 05 – The Gascon and the Italian.
12.3M 06 – D’Artagnan in his Fortieth Year.
6.0M 07 – Touches upon the Strange Effects a Half-pistole may have upon a Beadle and a Chorister.
6.4M 08 – How D’Artagnan, on going to a Distance to discover Aramis, discovers his old Friend.
17.5M 09 – The Abbe D’Herblay.
5.6M 10 – Monsieur Porthos du Vallon de Bracieux de Pierrefonds.
8.0M 11 – How D’Artagnan, in discovering the Retreat of Porthos,
4.7M 12 – In which it is shown that if Porthos was discontented with his Condition.
6.9M 13 – Two Angelic Faces.
6.8M 14 – The Castle of Bragelonne.
9.2M 15 – Athos as a Diplomatist.
5.1M 16 – The Duc de Beaufort.
7.3M 17 – Describes how the Duc de Beaufort amused his Leisure Hours in the Donjon of Vincennes.
8.9M 18 – Grimaud begins his Functions.
8.0M 19 – In which the Contents of the Pates made by the Successor of Father Marteau are described.
12.4M 20 – One of Marie Michon’s Adventures.
11.8M 21 – The Abbe Scarron.
7.3M 22 – Saint Denis.
8.9M 23 – One of the Forty Methods of Escape of the Duc de Beaufort.
6.8M 24 – The timely Arrival of D’Artagnan in Paris.
5.3M 25 – An Adventure on the High Road.
7.5M 26 – The Rencontre.
8.2M 27 – The four old Friends prepare to meet again.
5.5M 28 – The Place Royale.
8.9M 29 – The Ferry across the Oise.
6.9M 30 – Skirmishing.
10.4M 31 – The Monk.
5.8M 32 – The Absolution.
5.4M 33 – Grimaud Speaks.
10.7M 34 – On the Eve of Battle.
6.7M 35 – A Dinner in the Old Style.
4.6M 36 – A Letter from Charles the First.
6.5M 37 – Cromwell’s Letter.
5.6M 38 – Henrietta Maria and Mazarin.
6.4M 39 – How, sometimes, the Unhappy mistake Chance for Providence.
3.6M 40 – Uncle and Nephew.
8.0M 41 – Paternal Affection.
9.4M 42 – Another Queen in Want of Help.
7.2M 43 – In which it is proved that first Impulses are oftentimes the best.
13.9M 44 – Te Deum for the Victory of Lens.
10.9M 45 – The Beggar of St. Eustache.
5.5M 46 – The Tower of St. Jacques de la Boucherie.
8.1M 47 – The Riot.
11.0M 48 – The Riot becomes a Revolution.
6.2M 49 – Misfortune refreshes the Memory.
6.1M 50 – The Interview.
10.2M 51 – The Flight.
13.0M 52 – The Carriage of Monsieur le Coadjuteur.
9.2M 53 – How D’Artagnan and Porthos earned by selling Straw, the one
10.3M 54 – In which we hear Tidings of Aramis.
8.2M 55 – The Scotchman.
7.9M 56 – The Avenger.
5.0M 57 – Oliver Cromwell.
12.9M 58 – Jesus Seigneur.
8.8M 59 – Under the most trying Circumstances noble Natures never lose Courage.
8.1M 60 – Respect to Fallen Majesty.
16.6M 61 – D’Artagnan hits on a Plan.
5.8M 62 – London.
9.0M 63 – The Trial.
9.0M 64 – Whitehall.
6.6M 65 – The Workmen.
5.6M 66 – Remember!
8.1M 67 – The Man in the Mask.
4.6M 68 – Cromwell’s House.
5.7M 69 – Conversational.
7.8M 70 – The Skiff ‘Lightning.’
6.8M 71 – Port Wine.
3.9M 72 – End of the Port Wine Mystery.
6.4M 73 – Fatality.
6.2M 74 – How Mousqueton, after being very nearly roasted, had a Narrow Escape of being eaten.
5.6M 75 – The Return.
6.8M 76 – The Ambassadors.
8.9M 77 – The three Lieutenants of the Generalissimo.
6.8M 78 – The Battle of Charenton.
6.6M 79 – The Road to Picardy.
4.8M 80 – The Gratitude of Anne of Austria.
5.1M 81 – Cardinal Mazarin as King.
5.7M 82 – Precautions.
8.1M 83 – Strength and Sagacity.
7.8M 84 – Strength and Sagacity — Continued.
3.8M 85 – The Oubliettes of Cardinal Mazarin.
5.3M 86 – Conferences.
8.0M 87 – In which we begin to think that Porthos will be at last a Baron, and D’Artagnan a Captain.
14.0M 88 – Shows how with Threat and Pen more is effected than by the Sword.
11.0M 89 – More difficult for Kings to return to the Capitals of their Kingdoms, than to make an Exit.
2.6M 90 – Conclusion.
Catherine Howard
11.5M 01 – Act 1
19.8M 02 – Act 2
23.4M 03 – Act 3
Chicot the Jester
11.3M 01 – The wedding of St. Luc
6.4M 02 – How it is not always he who opens the door, who enters the house
4.5M 03 – How it is sometimes difficult to distinguish a dream from the reality
4.3M 04 – How Madame de St. Luc had passed the night
4.6M 05 – How Madame de St. Luc passed the second night of her marriage
4.2M 06 – Le petite coucher of Henri III
4.4M 07 – How, without anyone knowing why, the king was converted before the next day
5.1M 08 – How the king was afraid of being afraid
4.1M 09 – How the angel made a mistake and spoke to Chicot, thinking it was the king
6.1M 10 – How Bussy went to seek for the reality of his dream
9.7M 11 – M. Bryan de Monsoreau
4.0M 12 – How Bussy found both the portrait and the original
12.0M 13 – Who Diana was
6.5M 14 – The treaty
4.9M 15 – The marriage
5.1M 16 – The marriage (continued)
3.7M 17 – How Henri III. traveled, and how long it took him to get from Paris to Fontainebleau
8.1M 18 – Brother Gorenflot
5.0M 19 – How Chicot found out that it was easier to go in than out of the abbey
9.7M 20 – How Chicot, forced to remain in the abbey, saw and heard things very dangerous to see and hear
4.5M 21 – How Chicot learned genealogy
4.6M 22 – How M. and Madame de St. Luc met with a traveling companion
5.0M 23 – The old man
2.9M 24 – How Remy-le-Haudouin had, in Bussy’s absence, established a communication with the Rue St. Antione
4.8M 25 – The father and daughter
3.6M 26 – How Brother Gorenflot awoke, and the reception he met with at his convent
3.1M 27 – How Brother Gorenflot remained convinced that he was a somnambulist, and bitterly deplored this infirmity
2.7M 28 – How Brother Gorenflot traveled upon an ass, named Panurge, and learned many things he did not know before
2.7M 29 – How Brother Gorenflot changed his ass for a mule, and his mule for a horse
3.4M 30 – How Chicot and his companion installed themselves at the Hotel of the Cross, and how they were received by the host
4.8M 31 – How the monk confessed the advocate, and the advocate the monk
5.0M 32 – How Chicot used his sword
4.1M 33 – How the Duc D’Anjou learned that Diana was not dead
4.0M 34 – How Chicot returned to the Louvre, and was received by the King Henri III.
4.3M 35 – What passed between M. de Monsoreau and the Duke
4.4M 36 – Chicot and the King
2.8M 37 – What M. de Guise came to do at the Louvre
4.9M 38 – Castor and Pollux
3.8M 39 – In which it is proved that listening is the best way to hear
3.4M 40 – The evening of the League
4.2M 41 – The Rue de la Ferronnerie
4.2M 42 – The Prince and the friend
5.2M 43 – Etymology of the Rue de la Jussienne
4.3M 44 – How D’Epernon had his doublet torn, and how Chomberg was stained blue
5.0M 45 – Chicot more than ever King of France
5.4M 46 – How Chicot paid a visit to Bussy, and what followed
3.8M 47 – The chess of M. Chicot, and the cup and ball of M. Quelus
3.5M 48 – The reception of the chiefs of The League
4.0M 49 – How the King annexed a chief who was neither the Duc de Guise nor M. D’Anjou
4.9M 50 – Eteocles and Polynices
3.5M 51 – How people do not always lose their time by searching empty drawers
3.3M 52 – Ventre St. Gris
3.2M 53 – The friends
4.6M 54 – Bussy and Diana
2.9M 55 – How Bussy was offered three hundred pistoles for his horse, and parted with him for nothing
3.8M 56 – The diplomacy of the Duc D’Anjou
7.2M 57 – The ideas of the Duc D’Anjou
3.1M 58 – A flight of Angevins
2.3M 59 – Roland
2.5M 60 – What M. de Monsoreau came to announce
4.2M 61 – How the King learned the flight of his beloved brother, and what followed
4.3M 62 – How, as Chicot and the Queen Mother were agreed, the King began to agree with them
4.1M 63 – In which it is proved that gratitude was one of St. Luc’s virtues
4.1M 64 – The project of M. de St. Luc
3.1M 65 – How M. de St. Luc showed M. de Monsoreau the trust that the King had taught him
3.3M 66 – In which we see the Queen Mother enter the town of Angers, but not triumphantly
3.5M 67 – Little causes and great effects
3.6M 68 – How M. de Monsoreau opened and shut his eyes, which proved that he was not dead
4.2M 69 – How M. le Duc D’Anjou went to Meridor to congratulate Madame de Monsoreau on the death of her husband, and found him there before him
3.8M 70 – The inconvenience of large litters and narrow doors
2.9M 71 – What temper the King was in when St. Luc reappeared at the Louvre
2.5M 72 – In which we meet two important personages whom we have lost sight of for some time
3.3M 73 – Diana’s second journey to Paris
2.6M 74 – How the ambassador of the Duc D’Anjou arrived at the Louvre, and the reception he met with
3.0M 75 – Which is only the end of the preceding one
3.8M 76 – How M. de St. Luc acquitted himself of the commission given to him by Bussy
3.2M 77 – In what respect M. de St. Luc was more civilized than M. de Bussy, the lessons which he gave him, and the use which M. de Bussy made of them
3.4M 78 – The Precautions of M. de Monsoreau
3.9M 79 – A visit to the house at Les Tournelles
4.6M 80 – The watchers
7.6M 81 – How M. le Duc D’Anjou signed, and after having signed, spoke
1.9M 82 – A promenade at the Tournelles
2.1M 83 – In which Chicot sleeps
4.1M 84 – Where Chicot wakes
4.1M 85 – The Fete Dieu
6.0M 86 – Which will elucidate the previous chapter
3.4M 87 – The procession
3.6M 88 – Chicot the First
3.8M 89 – Interest and capital
3.4M 90 – What was passing near the Bastille while Chicot was paying his debt to Y. de Mayenne
8.7M 91 – The assassination
4.1M 92 – How Brother Gorenflot found himself more than ever between a gallows and an abbey
3.9M 93 – Where Chicot guesses why D’Epernon had blood on his feet and none in his cheeks
2.3M 94 – The morning of the combat
4.3M 95 – The friends of Bussy
2.9M 96 – The combat
4.8M 97 – The end
The Three Musketeers
2.7M 00 – Author’s Preface
18.0M 01 – The Three Presents of D’Artagnan the Elder
12.5M 02 – The Antechamber of M. De Treville
12.8M 03 – The Audience
8.2M 04 – The Shoulder of Athos, The Baldric of Porthos and the Handerchief of Aramis
10.3M 05 – The King’s Musketeers and the Cardinal’s Guards
18.4M 06 – His Majesty King Louis XIII
10.3M 07 – The Interior of \’The Musketeers\’
9.7M 08 – Concerning A Court Intrigue
7.7M 09 – D’Artagnan Shows HImself
9.7M 10 – A Mousetrap in the Seventeenth Century
17.1M 11 – In Which the Plot Thickens
9.8M 12 – George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham
9.3M 13 – Monsieur Bonacieux
10.1M 14 – The Man of Meung
7.0M 15 – Men of the Robe and Men of the Sword
9.6M 16 – M. Seguier, Keeper of the Seals, Looks More Than Once for the Bell in Order to Ring It, As He Did Before
11.2M 17 – Bonacieux at Home
7.1M 18 – Lover and Husband
7.3M 19 – Plan of Campaign
10.0M 20 – The Journey
10.1M 21 – The Countess de Winter
7.4M 22 – The Ballet of La Merlaison
9.8M 23 – The Rendevous
9.5M 24 – The Pavilion
16.7M 25 – Porthos
15.2M 26 – Aramis and His Thesis
22.2M 27 – The Wife of Athos
14.7M 28 – The Return
9.1M 29 – Hunting for the Equipments
7.4M 30 – D’Artagnan and the Englishman
7.4M 31 – English and French
9.7M 32 – A Procurator’s Dinner
10.5M 33 – Soubrette and Mistress
9.9M 34 – In Which the Equipment of Aramis and Porthos is Treated of
8.9M 35 – A Gascon A Match for Cupid
7.3M 36 – Dream of Vengeance
7.3M 37 – Milady’s Secret
9.6M 38 – How, Without Incommoding HImself, Athos Procured His Equipment
9.4M 39 – A Terrible Vision
8.5M 40 – A Vision
13.4M 41 – The Seige of La Rochelle
8.2M 42 – The Anjou Wine
7.3M 43 – The Sign of the Red Dovecot
6.9M 44 – The Utility of Stovepipes
5.5M 45 – A Conjugal Scene
6.1M 46 – The Bastion Saint-Gervais
14.2M 47 – The Council of the Musketeers
13.8M 48 – A Family Affair
9.6M 49 – Fatality
9.1M 50 – Chat Between Brother and Sister
11.6M 51 – Officer
9.6M 52 – Captivity: The First Day
10.3M 53 – Captivity: The Second Day
9.0M 54 – Captivity: The Third Day
8.5M 55 – Captivity: The Fourth Day
14.8M 56 – Captivity: The Fifth Day
8.1M 57 – Means for Classical Tragedy
7.4M 58 – Escape
10.7M 59 – What Took Place at Portsmouth
6.2M 60 – In France
13.7M 61 – The Carmelite Convent at Bethune
4.9M 62 – Two Varieties of Demons
12.6M 63 – The Drop of Water
7.1M 64 – The Man in the Red Cloak
7.5M 65 – Trial
5.3M 66 – Execution
9.6M 67 – Conclusion
1.6M 68 – Epilogue
The Black Tulip
9.4M 01 – A Grateful People
7.7M 02 – The Two Brothers
8.0M 03 – The Pupil of John de Witt
8.7M 04 – The Murderers
8.4M 05 – The Tulip-fancier and his Neighbour
6.9M 06 – The Hatred of a Tulip-fancier
9.5M 07 – The Happy Man makes Acquaintance with Misfortune
6.5M 08 – An Invasion
4.3M 09 – The Family Cell
4.0M 10 – The Jailer’s Daughter
10.8M 11 – Cornelius van Baerle’s Will
3.1M 12 – The Execution
3.9M 13 – What was going on all this Time in the Mind of one of the Spectators
4.3M 14 – The Pigeons of Dort
5.8M 15 – The Little Grated Window
5.9M 16 – Master and Pupil
7.2M 17 – The First Bulb
5.4M 18 – Rosa’s Lover
6.3M 19 – The Maid and the Flower
7.7M 20 – The Events which took place during those Eight Days
6.8M 21 – The Second Bulb
5.4M 22 – The Opening of the Flower
5.9M 23 – The Rival
4.1M 24 – The Black Tulip Changes Masters
5.7M 25 – The President van Systens
7.4M 26 – A Member of the Horticultural Society
7.3M 27 – The Third Bulb
6.8M 28 – The Hymn of the Flowers
6.3M 29 – In which Van Baerle, before leaving Loewestein, settles Accounts with Gryphus
3.1M 30 – Wherein the Reader begins to guess the Kind of Execution that was awaiting Van Baerle
6.4M 31 – Haarlem
4.0M 32 – A Last Request
5.1M 33 – Conclusion
Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 5: Urbain Grandier
6.9M 01 – Chapter I, part 1
8.5M 02 – Chapter I, part 2
4.4M 03 – Chapter II
12.3M 04 – Chapter III
5.1M 05 – Chapter IV
9.6M 06 – Chapter V
6.0M 07 – Chapter VI
10.2M 08 – Chapter VII
6.6M 09 – Chapter VIII
11.0M 10 – Chapter IX, part 1
11.5M 11 – Chapter IX, part 2
6.6M 12 – Chapter X
9.7M 13 – Chapter XI
5.3M 14 – Chapter XII
Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 4: Karl-Ludwig Sand
14.1M 01 – Section 1
13.9M 02 – Section 2
11.1M 03 – Section 3
15.9M 04 – Section 4
Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 3: Mary Stuart
7.8M 01 – Chapter I, part 1
7.5M 02 – Chapter I, part 2
9.4M 03 – Chapter II, part 1
11.1M 04 – Chapter II, part 2
11.1M 05 – Chapter III, part 1
10.6M 06 – Chapter III, part 2
5.5M 07 – Chapter IV
8.3M 08 – Chapter V, part 1
8.0M 09 – Chapter V, part 2
8.0M 10 – Chapter V, part 3
7.7M 11 – Chapter V, part 4
9.7M 12 – Chapter V, part 5
13.3M 13 – Chapter VI
12.3M 14 – Chapter VII, part 1
15.3M 15 – Chapter VII, part 2
9.0M 16 – Chapter VIII, part 1
10.0M 17 – Chapter VIII, part 2
8.7M 18 – Chapter VIII, part 3
10.7M 19 – Chapter IX, part 1
11.9M 20 – Chapter IX, part 2
12.8M 21 – Chapter IX, part 3
8.1M 22 – Chapter X
Celebrated Crimes, Vol 2: The Massacres of the South
18.1M 01 – Chapter 1
20.5M 02 – Chapter 2, part 1
17.9M 03 – Chapter 2, part 2
19.5M 04 – Chapter 2, part 3
14.4M 05 – Chapter 3, part 1
13.3M 06 – Chapter 3, part 2
16.7M 07 – Chapter 4, part 1
11.1M 08 – Chapter 4, part 2
17.2M 09 – Chapter 5, part 1
18.6M 10 – Chapter 5, part 2
21.6M 11 – Chapter 6
21.0M 12 – Chapter 7, part 1
8.0M 13 – Chapter 7, part 2
9.5M 14 – Chapter 8
20.7M 15 – Chapter 9
Celebrated Crimes, Vol. 1: The Borgias and the Cenci
2.4M 01 – Introduction
5.3M 02 – The Borgias: Preface
9.3M 03 – The Borgias: Chapter 1
8.0M 04 – The Borgias: Chapter 2
13.1M 05 – The Borgias: Chapter 3
13.7M 06 – The Borgias: Chapter 4
24.2M 07 – The Borgias: Chapter 5
12.6M 08 – The Borgias: Chapter 6
11.6M 09 – The Borgias: Chapter 7
9.7M 10 – The Borgias: Chapter 8
10.0M 11 – The Borgias: Chapter 9
13.3M 12 – The Borgias: Chapter 10
15.1M 13 – The Borgias: Chapter 11
11.0M 14 – The Borgias: Chapter 12
14.6M 15 – The Borgias: Chapter 13
7.2M 16 – The Borgias: Chapter 14
10.1M 17 – The Borgias: Chapter 15
4.9M 18 – The Borgias: Chapter 16
3.6M 19 – The Borgias: Epilogue
11.0M 20 – The Cenci, Part 1
9.8M 21 – The Cenci, Part 2
9.4M 22 – The Cenci, Part 3
The Corsican Brothers
4.8M 01 – Chapter 1
2.7M 02 – Chapter 2
3.4M 03 – Chapter 3
4.3M 04 – Chapter 4
7.1M 05 – Chapter 5
3.2M 06 – Chapter 6
4.0M 07 – Chapter 7
2.7M 08 – Chapter 8
3.2M 09 – Chapter 9
5.7M 10 – Chapter 10
6.5M 11 – Chapter 11
7.2M 12 – Chapter 12
4.5M 13 – Chapter 13
4.7M 14 – Chapter 14
2.5M 15 – Chapter 15
5.1M 16 – Chapter 16
4.5M 17 – Chapter 17
3.3M 18 – Chapter 18
4.3M 19 – Chapter 19
3.6M 20 – Chapter 20
The Count of Monte Cristo
9.0M 001 – Marseilles–The Arrival
8.8M 002 – Father and Son
14.5M 003 – The Catalans
8.6M 004 – Conspiracy
15.4M 005 – The Marriage-Feast
11.9M 006 – The Deputy Procureur du Roi
9.8M 007 – The Examination
9.7M 008 – The Chateau D’If
5.0M 009 – The Evening of the Betrothal
8.3M 010 – The King’s Closet at the Tuileries
9.5M 011 – The Corsican Ogre
7.8M 012 – Father and Son
7.7M 013 – The Hundred Days
10.3M 014 – The Two Prisoners
15.1M 015 – Number 34 and Number 27
12.9M 016 – A Learned Italian
23.1M 017 – The Abbe’s Chamber
13.3M 018 – The Treasure
10.6M 019 – The Third Attack
5.8M 020 – The Cemetary of Chateau D’If
10.8M 021 – The Island of Tiboulen
8.4M 022 – The Smugglers
9.0M 023 – The Island of Monte Cristo
8.1M 024 – The Secret Cave
9.6M 025 – The Unknown
8.5M 025alt – The Unknown
17.5M 026 – The Pont du Gard Inn
14.4M 026alt -The Pont du Gard Inn
13.1M 027 – The Story
7.1M 028: The Prison Register
13.5M 029 – The House of Morrel & Son
16.7M 030 – The Fifth of September
26.3M 031 – Italy: Sinbad the Sailor
22.6M 031alt – Italy: Sinbad the Sailor
6.7M 032 – The Waking
5.9M 032alt – The Waking
31.8M 033 – Roman Bandits
29.3M 033alt – Roman Bandits
16.2M 034a – The Colosseum
16.0M 034b – The Colosseum
14.1M 035 – La Mazzolata
17.8M 036 – The Carnival at Rome
16.1M 037 – The Catacombs of Saint Sebastian
8.8M 038 – The Compact
8.0M 039 – The Guest
22.1M 040 – The Breakfast
12.9M 041 – The Presentation
4.2M 042 – The House at Auteuil
7.4M 043 – The House at Auteuil
8.9M 043alt – The House at Auteuil
24.8M 044 – The Vendetta
24.9M 044alt – The Vendetta
15.9M 045 – The Rain of Blood
16.2M 045alt – The Rain of Blood
14.9M 046 – Unlimited Credit
14.8M 047 – The Dappled Greys
13.9M 048 – The Ideology
6.4M 049 – Haidee
8.5M 050 – The Morrel Family
13.1M 051 – Pyramus and Thisbe
16.7M 052 – Toxicology
16.5M 053 – Robert le Diable
10.6M 054 – A Flurry in Stocks
9.7M 055 – Major Cavalcanti
11.3M 056 Andrea Cavalcanti
12.3M 057 – In the Lucerne Patch
12.6M 058 – M. Noirtier de Villefort
12.3M 059 – The Will
13.3M 060 – The Telegraph
9.9M 061 – How a Gardener…
9.9M 062 – Ghosts
10.0M 063 – The Dinner
10.9M 064 – The Beggar
10.8M 065 – A Conjugal Scene
10.8M 066 – Matrimonial Projects
11.5M 067 – At the Office of the King’s Attorney
7.8M 068 – A Summer Ball
10.3M 069 – The Inquiry
9.9M 070 – The Ball
4.0M 071 – Bread and Salt
13.5M 072 – Madame de Saint-Meran
12.9M 073 – The Promise, part 1
11.4M 073 – The Promise, part 2
10.8M 074 – The Villefort Family Vault
12.9M 075 – A Signed Statement
12.1M 076 – The Progress of Cavalcanti the Younger
26.0M 077 – Haidee
17.9M 078 – We Hear from Yanina
11.7M 079 – The Lemonade
5.7M 080 – The Accusation
14.7M 081 – The Room of the Retired Baker
12.2M 082 – The Burglary
6.1M 083 – The Hand of God
6.3M 084 – Beauchamp
9.1M 085 – The Journey
12.6M 086 – The Trial
6.2M 087 – The Challenge
9.0M 088 – The Insult
10.9M 089 A Nocturnal Visit
17.0M 090 – The Meeting
9.4M 091 – Mother and Son
7.8M 092 – The Suicide
6.7M 093 – Valentine
13.3M 094 – Maximilian’s Avowal
13.0M 094alt – Maximilian’s Avowal
11.3M 095 – Father and Daughter
9.5M 096 – The Contract
5.6M 097 – The Departure for Belgium
11.3M 098 – The Bell and Bottle Tavern
10.1M 099 – The Law
7.3M 100 – The Apparition
6.1M 101 – Locusta
5.2M 102 – Valentine
7.4M 103 – Maximilian
10.3M 104 – Danglars Signature
13.9M 105 – The Cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise
15.5M 106 – Dividing the Proceeds
6.7M 107 – The Lions’ Den
11.0M 108 – The Judge
6.0M 109 – The Assizes
6.6M 110 – The Indictment
10.7M 111 – Expiation
17.8M 112 – The Departure
14.3M 113 – The Past
13.1M 114 – Peppino
6.4M 115 – Luigi Vampa’s Bill of Fare
5.3M 116 – The Pardon
14.9M 117 – The Fifth of October

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