: The Man in the Iron Mask
Retold from the Alexandre Dumas , Original by Oliver Ho Setting
In the seventeenth century during the time of King Louis XIV at Bastille prison in
clever and good fighter, ambition to be the pope of the world Philip
quick learner, longing for freedom, unlucky to be locked in prison most of the time. King Louis XIV
be influenced by others easily, easy to jealous, not trusting people D’Artagnan
loyal to the king and to friends, brave to face consequences in front of the King Mr Fouquet
wealthy and loyal to the King. Family’s honor is even more important than his
King Louis XIV had a twin brother who was locked in Bastille prison at the his early age. Not even King Louis knew about it. When he was young, he did not serve as a good king. He would be jealous easily. His bishop, Aramis knew about the twin brother and would want to made Philip king instead. He believe Philip would be a better king. However, his plan was not successful because of the other two loyal servants -- D’Artagnan and Mr Fouquet. When King Louis grew older, he forgave his twin brother and the servants who had betrayed him before.
Climax and Resolution :
When King Louis XIV had sent the entire fleet to hunt down Aramis. How D’Artagnan wanted to help his friend, Aramis to escape. However the King had foreseen these and had given secret orders to the other officers to lead D’Artagnan back to Paris. It was a test the King designed for D’Artagnan. Afterall, the King foregave D’Artagnan because he used to be a loyal servant.
This is a story about power, brother’s love, friendship and forgiveness. In the seventeenth century, King had absolute power. Because the royal family wanted to protect this absolute power, they chose to sacrifice the younger twin and locked him up in a prison. When the King Louis was young, he might not be able to act...
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