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Tulipe noire

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Tulipe noire is a captivating and thrilling novel by Alexandre Dumas. Set during the Dutch Tulip Mania of the 17th century, the story follows the journey of Cornelius van Baerle, a young tulip grower who becomes embroiled in a web of political intrigue and betrayal.

Dumas masterfully weaves together themes of love, loyalty, and ambition as Cornelius discovers a rare black tulip and becomes determined to win the coveted prize offered by the Horticultural Society of Haarlem. The plot twists and turns keep the reader on the edge of their seat, as Cornelius faces obstacles and challenges that test his courage and resilience.

The characters are well-developed and engaging, each with their own motivations and desires. From the ambitious rival tulip growers to the enigmatic and mysterious Rosa, the cast of characters adds depth and complexity to the story.

Overall, Tulipe noire is a thrilling historical novel that will appeal to fans of adventure, romance, and intrigue. Dumas' storytelling prowess shines through in this engaging tale of love, greed, and redemption.

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Si ce titre évoque pour vous un roman de cape et d'épée, détrompez-vous. Mais ne vous détournez pas ! Ce cher Alexandre Dumas saura vous attacher à l'histoire de la tulipe noire et de tous ceux qui s'y intérressent.
Résumé par Ezwa

If you're expecting a swashbuckler, stand corrected. But don't turn back!
Our dear Alexandre Dumas will make you fond of the black tulip and all those around it.
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