The Three Musketeers

Why is M. de Treville angry? What do Aramis and Porthos reveal. Ch 1-3

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M. de Treville is angry at the three men for having been arrested the previous evening by the cardinal's guards. H etakes them to task for creating a disturbance in a tavern, and explains that the cardinal had taken pleasure in informing him of this in front of the king.

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The Three Musketeers