The Three Musketeers - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

M. de Treville makes a quick visit to the Louvre to see the king, as he usually does after his men have skirmished with the cardinal's guards, but the cardinal is already there, portraying the Musketeers as the instigators. When the captain finally is admitted, the king chides him for their behavior. M. de Treville then explains the true state of affairs and the king is actually joyful at the fact that his Musketeers have beaten the cardinal's guards. D'Artagnan's part in the proceedings comes out, and the king tells the captain to invite D'Artagnan and the three Musketeers to see him at the Louvre at noon the next day.

Unfortunately, the next morning at the tennis courts, the four again cross swords with the cardinal's guards, but this time so many others enter the fray on each side that it produces a...

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