The Vicomte de Bragelonne - Study Guide Chapters 70-75 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 70, it does not take long for Porthos to learn what d'Artagnan's mission is on Belle-Isle. D'Artagnan, however, is still mystified at Porthos' presence. It is strange to see the noble covered in dirt and mud. Porthos says he came to show people what a real man is and how to lift stones. Porthos says that he has come to Belle-Isle to study topography.

Porthos asks d'Artagnan why he is dressed as a commoner. D'Artagnan explains that he has quit the Musketeers. Mazarin had disgusted him and Louis displeased him. D'Artagnan tells Porthos that he has retired and has come to visit for a fortnight. Porthos offers money to d'Artagnan, who refuses and then talks about his fortune. Porthos informs d'Artagnan that he plans to visit Aramis in Vannes the next day. D'Artagnan asks to go along. The men set sail.

In Chapter 71, Porthos...

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