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The Man in the Iron Mask Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 46, The Son of Biscarrat, Chapter 47, The Grotto of Locmaria, Chapter 48, The Grotto, and Chapter 49, A Homeric Song Summary

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Chapter 46, The Son of Biscarrat, Chapter 47, The Grotto of Locmaria, Chapter 48, The Grotto, and Chapter 49, A Homeric Song Summary

Aramis and Porthos question their prisoner, plying the man with wine. The prisoner tells them that they are to be killed during the fighting, or hanged afterwards if taken alive. He says he is the son of Biscarrat, a man who attacked the musketeers on the first day of their friendship, when they met D'Artagnan. Aramis remembers Biscarrat, and says they did not wound him. Aramis and Porthos are pleased to meet their prisoner, and Aramis hopes to put their new friendship to use. The battle begins anew. Aramis releases Biscarrat, and he and Porthos make for the grotto of Locmaria and hope to escape.

Chapter 47, The Grotto of Locmari

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