Everything you need to understand or teach Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas, père.
The novel "Twenty Years After" by Alexandre Dumas tells the story of the reunion of d'Artagnan and his three musketeers two decades after their original conquests. The story touches on the themes of friendship and the opposing forces of love versus hate and betrayal versus loyalty. As the plot progresses, the four friends deal with their disappointments in their lives as well as their diverse opinions on working together.
The story begins as d'Artagnan, happy to be of use again after years of inactivity, agrees to help Mazarin, the tyrannical cardinal whose laws have left the common citizens of Paris in poverty and famine. D'Artagnan tries to gather his three friends who fought by his side twenty years earlier, but realizes he has a problem when the four find themselves divided on their political allegiance. Despite their differences, the four vow to remain friends and often come to...
Twenty Years After Lesson Plans contain 18 pages of teaching material, including: