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The Man in the Iron Mask Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36, In the Carriage of M. Colbert, Chapter, 37, The Two Lighters, and Chapter 38, Friendly Advice Summary

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Chapter 36, In the Carriage of M. Colbert, Chapter, 37, The Two Lighters, and Chapter 38, Friendly Advice Summary

D'Artagnan rides at the head of the group going to Nantes. He sees Colbert get in a carriage with two women, the Madame Vanel, his mistress, and Madame de Chevreuse. After Madame Vanel is left at her husband's home, Madame de Chevreuse talks to Colbert about her alliance with him. The papers that incriminated Fouquet in the theft from the treasury initially came from Madame de Chevreuse. Anne of Austria will not come to Fouquet's defense, since he knows about Philippe, and she is furious at Aramis and wants him killed. Colbert says he cannot promise to make it happen.

Chapter 37, The Two Lighters

Fouquet is traveling to Nantes. He hires a boat to row him across the river...

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