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The Man in the Iron Mask Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 59, The Bulletin, Chapter 60, The Last Canto of the Poem, Epilogue, and The Death of D'Artagnan Summary

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Chapter 59, The Bulletin, Chapter 60, The Last Canto of the Poem, Epilogue, and The Death of D'Artagnan Summary

Beaufort writes a letter to Athos that describes Raoul's death. A morning attack rouses the encampment, and Beaufort at first keeps Raoul close to him. However, someone needs to send a message. Raoul volunteers, even though he would be exposed to the gunfire. Beaufort refuses, and the man who does it is killed. The enemies come out of their fort, and Raoul rides towards it. The others yell for him to stop. Raoul is struck and goes down. The Arabs and Beaufort's men fight over who will get Raoul's body. When the French retrieve it, they learn that Raoul is still alive. A doctor says he will survive if he does not move, but later Raoul is...

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