The Three Musketeers - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

D'Artagnan goes again to M. de Treville to explain the night's events, and ask for advice. The captain tells him to do nothing – he will see the queen and explain everything, and they will trust her to intervene if she can. He tells d'Artagnan to leave as arranged to find Porthos, Aramis and Athos, so the young man goes home to pack, and sees M. Bonancieux outside the apartments. D'Artagnan notices mud on M. Bonancieux's boots, and it's the same mud that is on his own – acquired the previous evening at the abduction site.

D'Artagnan and Planchet leave, taking the other mens' horses with them, and set out to find Porthos first. They find him exactly where they left him, but well established in one of the inn's rooms, recuperating from his wound. He has used up his funds, and the landlord is...

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