The Three Musketeers - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Athos and Porthos have waited for d'Artagnan to return, which he does within half an hour, once again failing to meet up with the man of Meung. D'Artagnan then recounts to his friends the conversation with his landlord. The others agree that they would relish doing a service to the queen, especially if, at the same time it foils the cardinals plans. As the four are discussing these circumstances, the landlord rushes in and pleads for their help, as four men have come to arrest him. However, d'Artagnan counsels them that they should allow him to be arrested, since they will be unable to help him if they interfere and are arrested with him. M. Bonancieux is not happy about this, but the others respect d'Artagnan's opinion and concede. It's at this point that d'Artagnan coins the phrase, "All for one – one for...

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