Twenty Years After Topics for Discussion

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Compare and contrast the moral natures of d'Artagnan and Rochefort.

Discuss the idea that although Porthos is rich, he is still not happy. What is it that he wants? Why do riches not make him happy?

When King Charles sees his children for the last time, he tells his son not to allow the people who have condemned him to crown the son as king. Why does he make the son promise this?

Why does Cromwell order that King Charles' body be given royal honors? Why is this ironic?

Discuss the role of the diamond in the story. Where did it come from? How many times does d'Artagnan sell it? What does his willingness to sell it signify?

What do the musketeers have in common with Mordaunt? How are they different?

Why is Athos so upset with the way he believes that d'Artagnan has...

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