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The 3 Musketeers D' Artagnan Character Analysis Essay

Summary: The musketeers are bodyguards of the royal household and require certain character traits. D’Artagnan is the central character of “The Three Musketeers” and is brave and ambitious, yet somewhat of a deceitful character.
“All for one and one for all” – Dumas. The musketeers are bodyguards of the royal household and require certain character traits. D’Artagnan is the central character of “The Three Musketeers” and is a brave, ambitious, and deceitful character.

D’Artagnan doesn’t try to be brave, he is brave by nature. He was raised in Gascony, a place known for its brave men, which foreshadows that most likely D’Artagnan is brave also. “You are young, and ought to be brave, for two reasons: the first, because you are a Gascon; the second, because you are my son.” (chapter 1, page 5, first paragraph). To risk your life for your country is already considered a brave action, which is what a musketeer is doing, they are bodyguards of the royal household and would fight to the end to protect them. Although, D’Artagnan is...

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