“The Three Musketeers” is a Historic Novel and is an integral part of French History, authored by Alexandre Dumas in 1844. But, at the end of the novel, the number of Musketeers counts to be Four, while keeping the title to be justified with the Major part of novel.
Some Stories are truly historic, who have no replacement, and in a similar fashion, some stories give birth to Historic Characters, who never die. The Three Musketeers is a story revolving around three Musketeers; Athos, Porthos and Aramis.
Some ancient tribes believe that an individual have two fathers, One, Biological and the other, Father of his Spirit. If we believe on such Beliefs, and if we look around us with a Different Lens, we might be able to find some fascinating Characters living amongst us, just like us.
In the Novel, “The Three Musketeers”, the Musketeers differ in Characters and their personal traits. But, often, it is said that Theory is understood good with Practical Explanations, so, let’s try it out…