The Three Musketeers - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

D'Artagnan waits at the appointed place at ten o'clock, but Madame Bonancieux doesn't appear. He begins to suspect something is wrong, and when he investigates, he finds signs of a nearby struggle, and impressions of carriage wheels and men's footsteps in the mud. When he picks up a woman's torn, white glove, he is certain Constance has been abducted again. With some difficulty, d'Artagnan convinces a timid neighbor to tell him what has happened. The elderly man confirms a young woman has been abducted by a man who answers the description of d'Artagnan's man of Meung. There is a smaller man with him who seems to be some kind of servant. D'Artagnan searches the area in vain for some clue to where they have gone but finds nothing. He passes the night uneasily in a nearby wine shop, and wakes early to find...

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