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The « Société des Amis d'Alexandre Dumas » was founded in 1971 by Alain Decaux in order to save the Castle of Monte-Cristo, which was then threatened of being demolished, and where the Society is now based. With hundreds of members, the Society, presided over by Claude Schopp, has several purposes :

To bring together Alexandre Dumas's friends, from France and from abroad.
To maintain the Castle of Monte-Cristo cultural activities by organizing exhibitions, colloquiums, etc...
To make Dumas's works known by publishing every year a Cahier Alexandre Dumas, as well as the information paper Aramis.
To assemble collections of books manuscripts, autographs and varied things about Dumas's life and works.

The Castle of Monte Cristo
A tour in Dumas very own mansion near Paris.

The Cahiers Dumas
More about the annual volume of studies published by the Society.

The Society's collections
Details on our important collections.
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