The Three Musketeers - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

D'Artagnan is leaving M. de Treville's apartments in a desperate hurry, and in doing so bumps Athos, who is still nursing his serious injury from the previous night. Athos howls with pain, and challenges d'Artagnan to a duel. For once, d'Artagnan is in too much of a hurry to duel, but Athos continues to detain him, so he promises to return at noon if Athos will let him go for the moment. This is agreed, and d'Artagnan continues after the man of Meung. In the next few minutes he not only loses the trail of the man of Meung, but he also crosses paths and argues with both Porthos (over his belt) and Aramis (over a handkerchief), and finds himself engaged to duels with each of them as well. He is to meet Porthos at one o'clock and Aramis at two o'clock. As...

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