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Mademoiselle De Belle Isle

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Mademoiselle De Belle Isle by Alexandre Dumas is a thrilling and captivating historical romance set in 18th century France. The story follows the beautiful and enigmatic Mademoiselle De Belle Isle as she navigates the treacherous waters of the French court.

Dumas expertly weaves together political intrigue, romance, and betrayal to create a compelling and suspenseful narrative. The characters are well-developed and complex, with their actions driven by their desires and ambitions.

The prose is elegant and evocative, transporting the reader to the opulent salons and grand palaces of pre-revolutionary France. The pacing is excellent, with twists and turns that keep the reader guessing until the very end.

Overall, Mademoiselle De Belle Isle is a masterfully crafted novel that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and romance. Dumas’ storytelling prowess shines through in this gripping tale of love, power, and deception.

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"The refined and fashionable audiences who... used to applaud the play of Mademoiselle de Belle Isle… would, in all probability, have objected to an English version of Dumas' clever play, upon the score of its immorality. It is not for me to determine whether the aristocratic audiences at the St James Theater did not understand what they heard, or whether the French language has a special charm for rendering inoffensive what plain English fails to recommend." - Summary by The Translator Cast list: The Duke de Richelieu: Tomas Peter The Duke D'Aumont: Craig Franklin The Chevalier D'Auvray: Kurt The Chevalier D'Aubigny: Jason in Panama Chamillac: alanmapstone The Abbe de Rosanne: ToddHW The Marchioness de Valcour: Sonia Mademoiselle Gabriella de Belle Isle: Devorah Allen Mariette: Leanne Yau Footman: Roger Melin Servant: Owen Cook Stage Directions: Sandra Schmit Editor: ToddHW

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