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The Man in the Iron Mask Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 39, How King Louis XIV played his little part, Chapter 40, The White Horse and the Black Horse, and Chapter 41, In Which the Squirrel Falls— In Which the Adder Flies Summary

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Chapter 39, How King Louis XIV played his little part, Chapter 40, The White Horse and the Black Horse, and Chapter 41, In Which the Squirrel Falls— In Which the Adder Flies Summary

Fouquet goes to see King Lous XIV. A man gives him a letter that says a white horse is prepared to help him escape. Fouquet reads the note while the king is talking to D'Artagnan, then destroys it. Fouquet tries to defend himself to the king. When he leaves, D'Artagnan is ordered to follow him. King Louis XIV tells D'Artagnan to arrest Fouquet, and transport him in a special carriage that will prevent him from throwing notes out the window. D'Artagnan admits to trying to save Fouquet, but promises...

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