The Three Musketeers - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Meanwhile, M. Bonancieux is at the Bastille being questioned by the commissary. In cowardice, he distances himself from his wife, saying that if she is involved in treason, he has not been part of it, and explains that his wife has been abducted. The commissary tells him his wife has escaped, which M. Bonancieux also exclaims is not his fault. He says he did ask his neighbor, d'Artagnan for help, but now sees he was wrong to do so, since d'Artagnan allowed him to be arrested. The commissary tells him d'Artagnan himself has now been arrested, and that M. Bonancieux can confront him. Athos is brought in, and M. Bonancieux makes plain their mistake. The commissary is distressed, and sends both men back to their dungeons. Later that night, Bonancieux is taken to a carriage, which proceeds through the streets of Paris. He...

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