The Three Musketeers - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 Summary

Aramis is also still exactly where d'Artagnan left him. However, he is closeted with a curate and on the verge of hanging up his Musketeer uniform to go into the priesthood. He is arguing with the curate and a Jesuit over what subject his thesis should cover. After some discussion, the other men leave d'Artagnan and Aramis together, and Aramis tells his friend that the wound has been a warning to him that he must return to the church. D'Artagnan tells him the wound is almost healed, and argues that the problem must be a woman. He then produces a letter that had come to Aramis at his lodgings in Paris, and Aramis eagerly snatches it, joyfully abandoning any thought of ordination.

Chapter 26 Analysis

While Dumas has already mentioned that Aramis had intended to be a priest, we now learn that the one...

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