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The Man in the Iron Mask - Study Guide Chapter 18, A Night at the Bastille, Chapter 19, The Shadow of M. Fouquet, Chapter 20, The Morning Summary & Analysis

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King Louis XIV comes to terms with his situation when he sees a giant rat. He realizes he is a prisoner in the Bastille, and believes it is Fouquet's fault. He shouts for the guards and the governor, but the guards only tell him to be quiet. When a guard comes in to feed him, Louis demands again to see Governour Baisemeaux, but the guard laughs at how mad the prisoner has become. Louis XIV is very angry at his situation, and has become a madman. Baisemeaux, hearing the noise, is very annoyed as he sits down to his own meal.

Chapter 19, The Shadow of M. Fouquet

Back at Vaux, D'Artagnan debates how he can arrest Fouquet in the...

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