The Three Musketeers - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

M. Bonancieux comes to on a bench, in a richly decorated room. A guard summons him to enter an adjoining room, and to his surprise he is face to face with the cardinal, whose full name and title is Armand-Jean Duplessis, Cardinal de Richelieu. He again displays his cowardice by denouncing his wife and disclaiming any knowledge of her activities. The cardinal calls for Count Rochefort, who M. Bonancieux recognizes as the man who abducted his wife. However, Rochefort is one of the cardinal's men, and Bonancieux realizes this too late, and tries to withdraw his identification. The cardinal ignores him and sends him out with two of the guards while he speaks to Rochefort alone. Rochefort brings the cardinal up to date on the latest activities of the queen and the duke, telling him that the queen has given Buckingham a casket...

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