The Three Musketeers - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

D'Artagnan takes the long way home that night from M. de Treville's apartments so he can think about the pretty Madame Bonancieux. She is married, but he thinks he may be in love with her. After walking for some time, he finds himself near Aramis' house and decides to pay him a visit, despite the late hour. Just as he gets close enough in the street to see the front door, he observed a shadow moving slowly until it finally stops in front of Aramis' door. It seems to be a woman in a cloak who doesn't want to be seen, so d'Artagnan watches from a distance. She gives three taps on the window shutter which is answered by someone inside, and a handkerchief is passed between the two people. When the woman, d'Artagnan follows her, and discovers her to be Madame Bonancieux...

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