Taking the Bastile
by Alexander Dumas
Publisher: J. S. Ogilvie 1891
Number of pages: 644
Taking the Bastile is the fourth in Dumas' six book series retelling the French Revolution. The book retells the events leading up to and including the storming of the Bastile through the POV of Ange Pitou a young orphan from the countryside and his comrade in arms the farmer Billot...
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by Alexandre Dumas - Peter Fenelon Collier
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