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1. “Alexandre Dumas.”  Arkansas Encyclopedia. (2001). <http://rageontheriver.8m/dumas.html> (11 Jan. 2005).

2. Lehtosen, Joel. "Alexandre Dumas, (1807-1870)." History of Alexandre Dumas Online. <http://amazon.com> (11 Jan. 2005).

3. Magil, Frank N., Ed. Cyclopedia of Literary Characters. Harper and Row: New York, 1963.

4. Magil, Frank N., Ed. Masterpieces of World Literature in Digest Form. Harper and Row: New York, 1952.

5. Pilkington, Ace G. "The Three Musketeers: Romance, Humor, And History." Utah Shakespearean Festival. <http://www.bard.org/education/other/thethreemusketee.html> (11 Jan. 2005).

6. Smith, Jennifer. The Three Musketeers. Novels for Students 14. Detroit: Gale Group, 2002.

7. Stratton, Jerry. "Major Characters from the History of Dumas' Musketeers." <http://www.hoboes.com/html/fireblade/dumas/history/inde-major.html> (11 Jan. 2005).

8. "The Three Musketeers: List of Characters." <http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/3musk/characters.html> (10 Jan. 2005).

9. "The Three Musketeers." The Literature Network. <http://www.onlineliterature.com/dumas/threemusketeers/> (10 Jan. 2005).

10. "The Three Musketeers (Puffin Classics)" <http://amazon.com> (10 Jan. 2005).

11. "The Three Musketeers Review." Book-Review <http://www.book-review.info> (10 Jan. 2005).

12. Wilson, George. The Three Musketeers. Literature and Its Time: Volume. Detroit: Gale, 1997.

A Secial Thanks to all of the sources mentioned above