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Nov 15, 2021

[Answer] 1. French novelist Alexandre Dumas created numerous characters still popular in modern times. Perhaps none, though, is as beloved as D'Artagnan, the aspiring swordsman in "The Three Musketeers". Which of the following is not a titular Musketeer?

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...1. Aramis 2. Athos 3. Rochefort 4. Porthos Known as "The Man from Meung", Comte de Rochefort features in "The Three Musketeers" as one of the main agents of the villainous Cardinal Richelieu. While many film adaptations of the book cast Rochefort as the penultimate opponent D'Artagnan duels, the book actually ends with Rochefort and D'Artagnan; at least after three duels (all won by D'Artagnan) have been fought between the two.




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Rochefort:


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