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Alexandre Dumas (1)

Works have been aliased into Alexandre Dumas, pere.

Alexandre Dumas (3)

Alexandre Dumas (2)

Works have been aliased into Alexandre Dumas fils.

Alexandre Dumas (5)

Works have been aliased into Jules Lermina.

Alexandre Dumas (4)

Alexandre Dumas (6)

Alexandre Dumas (unknown)

Disambiguation notice
Both the father Alexandre Dumas père (1802-1870) and son Alexandre Dumas fils (1824-1895) were prolific French authors. It would help to organize the author pages for each if père and fils are used in the author boxes for your entries. DO NOT COMBINE THIS PAGE WITH EITHER. On this page, author 1 is père, and author 2 is fils.

In addition to this page, some of their works can be found at:
Alexandre Dumas père
Alexandre Dumas fils
Many titles are French or French derived; while many have English titles that are not similar. Please check the alternative title link before separating titles. Alexandre Dumas père is particularly difficult because many dozens of titles are loosely connected series that invites odd breaks. Particularly troublesome is the Vicomte de Bragelonne which is not only the third of the Musketeer trilogy, but itself is often divided into its own trilogy.

There are also three authors who published pseudonymously as "Alexandre Dumas":
Alexandre Dumas (3) is Paul Mahalin (real name: Emil Blondet) (1838-1899)
Alexandre Dumas (4) is Edmund Flagg (1815-1890)
Alexandre Dumas (5) is Jules Lermina (1839-1915)

(6) Alexandre Dumas, engineer, author of Les accidents d'aviation (1914)

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