Alexandre Dumas.


Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie, better know by his famous writing career as Alexandre Dumas, he was a French writer and an author with a reputation of historical sense of adventure and a great deal of hefty categorical standards rendered in every single thing he ever wrote, as this goes very illustrated in some of his very much famous works such The Count of Monte Cristo, Twenty Years after, The Three Musketeers and the Marie Antoinette romantically comprised eight novels. Such weight of dramatic visualizations standardized the French literature in a profusion of awe and respect to Alexandre’s status, so much that the France president Jacques Chirac in a ceremony where the French luminary was honoured tremendously, Alexandre was and still a great figure in the history of French literary works, as well as the world outside for pretty his works were hectically translated to an approximate number of 100 languages, such a power and caliber Dumas managed to stun the world with.

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