The Three Musketeers - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

Aramis has is unable to ride, so D'Artagnan allows Aramis to make his choice of Buckingham's horses, goes on alone to find Athos. He is worried because they had left Athos in the worst situation of all, and it was possible he had been killed. D'Artagnan arrives at the inn where they had been accused of passing forged money and confronts the innkeeper about the incident. The innkeeper apologises, telling d'Artagnan that the authorities had warned him to expect forgers disguised as Musketeers, and had sent six men to await them. After d'Artagnan and Planchet had slipped away, Athos had killed one of the men who had attacked them and wounded two others before barricading himself in the cellar, where he presently remained. The innkeeper feels well punished, as the cellar is where they keep their wine, and other expensive provisions, so for more than a week...

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