The Sicilian Bandit by Alexandre Dumas
This antiquarian volume contains Alexandre Dumas’s novel, “The Sicilian Bandit”.
An episode of “Captain Paul”, it is a classic tale of love, pride, and betrayal sure to appeal to fans of Dumas’s romantic sagas. With strong characters and thought-provoking themes, “The Sicilian Bandit” deserves its place among Dumas’s best works, and would make for a great addition to any collection.
Alexandre Dumas (1802–1870) was a famous French writer. He is best remembered for his exciting romantic sagas, including “The Three Musketeers” and “The Count of Monte Cristo”. Despite making a great deal of money from his writing, Dumas was almost perpetually penniless thanks to his extravagant lifestyle. The works of Alexandre Dumas have since been translated into nearly a hundred different languages, and have inspired over two hundred motion pictures.
Many vintage texts such as “The Sicilian Bandit” are becoming increasingly rare and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now, in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition. It comes complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.
Excerpt from ‘The Sicilian Bandit’:
It is with cities as with men—chance presides over their foundation; and the topographical situation of the first, and the social position of the latter, exercise a beneficial or an evil influence over their entire existence.
There are noble cities which, in their selfish pride of place, have refused to permit the erection even of a few humble cottages on the mountain on which their foundations rested: their domination must be exclusive and supreme; consequently they have remained as poor as they are proud.
Here, at Alexandre Dumas Works, you can find the best of this of this scintillating author’s historical novels, essays, plays, and travel books.
Through republishing works such as ‘The Sicilian Bandit’, it is hoped that the writing of this most widely read of French authors, can continue to delight – almost two centuries after its initial publication.