The Romance of the Forest - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

Adeline, along with Louis and Peter, leave immediately for Paris. The Marquis, meanwhile, is making friends with his prison guards. He has sent out bribes to d'Aunoy to respect the Marquis's interests if he is called to testify. The only regret the Marquis has is that his desire for revenge caused him to persecute La Motte, which in turn shone light on the Marquis's own guilt. When Adeline arrives in Paris, she takes residence with Madame La Motte in her lodgings. Adeline then goes to visit La Motte. They talk about what will be expected of Adeline at the trial.

In the conclusion of the court proceedings, La Motte is sentenced to death. Attention is quickly distracted from La Motte, however, when d'Aunoy enters the court room. D'Aunoy testifies that he and two other men were hired to kidnap and kill...

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