The Man in the Iron Mask, by Alexandre Dumas

Table of Contents

  1. The Prisoner.
  2. How Mouston Had Become Fatter without Giving Porthos Notice Thereof, and of the Troubles Which Consequently Befell that Worthy Gentleman.
  3. Who Messire Jean Percerin Was.
  4. The Patterns.
  5. Where, Probably, Moliere Obtained His First Idea of the Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
  6. The Bee–Hive, the Bees, and the Honey.
  7. Another Supper at the Bastile.
  8. The General of the Order.
  9. The Tempter.
  10. Crown and Tiara.
  11. The Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte.
  12. The Wine of Melun.
  13. Nectar and Ambrosia.
  14. A Gascon, and a Gascon and a Half.
  15. Colbert.
  16. Jealousy.
  17. High Treason.
  18. A Night at the Bastile.
  19. The Shadow of M. Fouquet.
  20. The Morning.
  21. The King’s Friend.
  22. Showing How the Countersign Was Respected at the Bastile.
  23. The King’s Gratitude.
  24. The False King.
  25. In Which Porthos Thinks He Is Pursuing a Duchy.
  26. The Last Adieux.
  27. Monsieur de Beaufort.
  28. Preparations for Departure.
  29. Planchet’s Inventory.
  30. The Inventory of M. de Beaufort.
  31. The Silver Dish.
  32. Captive and Jailers.
  33. Promises.
  34. Among Women.
  35. The Last Supper.
  36. In M. Colbert’s Carriage.
  37. The Two Lighters.
  38. Friendly Advice.
  39. How the King, Louis xiv., Played His Little Part.
  40. The White Horse and the Black.
  41. In Which the Squirrel Falls — the Adder Flies.
  42. Belle–Ile-en-Mer.
  43. Explanations by Aramis.
  44. Result of the Ideas of the King, and the Ideas of D’Artagnan.
  45. The Ancestors of Porthos.
  46. The Son of Biscarrat.
  47. The Grotto of Locmaria.
  48. The Grotto.
  49. An Homeric Song.
  50. The Death of a Titan.
  51. Porthos’s Epitaph.
  52. M. de Gesvres’s Round.
  53. King Louis xiv.
  54. M. Fouquet’s Friends.
  55. Porthos’s Will.
  56. The Old Age of Athos.
  57. Athos’s Vision.
  58. The Angel of Death.
  59. The Bulletin.
  60. The Last Canto of the Poem.

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