The Three Musketeers - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

The four men leave Paris at two o'clock in the morning with their servants. They arrive at Chantilly about breakfast time, and stop at a tavern, leaving their horses saddled outside so they can leave quickly if necessary. When they have eaten and are ready to leave, a stranger who has been sitting with them seems to purposely pick a fight with Porthos, and when Porthos accuses the stranger of being drunk, the man pulls out his sword. The other three must leave, so they leave Porthos to deal with the stranger and the rest continue the journey. A little further on, the group encounters an ambush, where Aramis and Mousqueton are wounded. Mousqueton is left there, but Aramis tries to go further until they have to set him and Bazin down at a wine shop while Athos and D'Artagnan continue alone with...

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