The Three Musketeers - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 Summary

D'Artagnan goes first to M. de Treville to secure a fifteen-day leave of absence on service to the queen. The captain will not let d'Artagnan tell him the queen's secret, and reminds him it's not his to tell. He willingly agrees to obtain leave from M. des Essarts for d'Artagnan, but advises him to take the three musketeers with him as well, and writes leaves for all of them. M. de Treville reminds d'Artagnan that the cardinal is very powerful and probably already knows of d'Artagnan's journey. Going as four instead of one will make it more likely that at least one of them will be able to complete the mission. D'Artagnan agrees and goes to find his three friends and ready them and their four valets for the journey.

Chapter 19 Analysis

Without question, the three musketeers agree to accompany d'Artagnan on his...

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