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The Vicomte de Bragelonne Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 22-30 Summary

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Chapters 22-30 Summary

In Chapter 22, D'Artagnan meets with his hired soldiers and a fight ensues. The fight is settled and D'Artagnan prepares to leave for England.

In Chapter 23, Dumas threads his story with major events in French history. Dumas is not incredibly fond of the dry facts of history but finds it necessary to include them in the book. In Chapter 23, Dumas states: "In which the Author, very unwillingly, is forced to write a Little History" (Chapter 23, p. 168). The majority of this chapter is focused on the power of General Monk and his activities.

In Chapter 24, Athos is introduced to monk. He tells Monk about his service to Charles and Queen Anne. Athos tells Monk about the treasure buried near the Abbey, claiming it is his and that he wishes to retrieve it. Monk is suspicious and curious at the same time. He agrees to let Athos retrieve...

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