The Vicomte de Bragelonne - Chapters 53-60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 53-60 Summary

In Chapter 53, D'Artagnan jokes with Raoul about his appointment with the king. Raoul is confused. D'Artagnan says he must remind himself that Raoul is too young to understand many things. He says, "You are young, you are a boy, you are admirable. Oh, how I should like to be as you are! To be but twenty-four, with an unfurrowed brow, under which the brain is void of everything but women, love, and good intentions" (Chapter 53, p. 366).

D'Artagnan explains that the king surely wants to imprison him in the Bastille for a comment he made to the king at Blois.

D'Artagnan arrives at the Louvre and is taken to the king's cabinet. Louis takes a long time to tell d'Artagnan what is on his mind and d can barely hide his annoyance at the delay. D'Artagnan is introduced to Colbert.

After a long period of time...

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