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Essay | D'Artagnan's Transformation in "The Three Musketeers"

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D'Artagnan's Transformation in "The Three Musketeers"

Summary: The character of D'Artagnan in "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas dundergoes a transformation from loyalty to the Cardinal to feelings of hatred toward the man. D'Artagnan also develops a deceitful and treacherous nature far beyond what the musketeers of Paris were willing to do.
"Do not fear a quarrel, but rather seek opportunity. Fight upon every occasion" (Dumas, Alexandre Pg. 3). D'Artagnan takes these words of his father to heart as he begins his journey in the novel `The Three Musketeers'. He starts out as a loyal servant of his Eminence, The Cardinal and of his Majesty, the King of France, but living among the musketeers in Paris, he quickly develops disregard and contempt for the Cardinal. As the novel carries on, D'Artagnan begins to develop a deceitful nature that is enthralling. Reading through `The Three Musketeers', one can easily notice how D'Artagnan transforms from a loyalist to a treacherous servant. These changes in D'Artagnan shape him into an unforgettable individual, making `The Three Musketeers' an immortal novel which has continued to mesmerize readers across the globe for well over a century.

At the beginning of the novel, D'Artagnan's...

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