The Three Musketeers - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Despite the concern about equipage, d'Artagnan has not forgotten about Madame Bonanceiux. M. de Treville did speak to the queen as promised, but has heard nothing yet. D'Artagnan has no choice but leave Constance's welfare to the queen and concern himself with preparing for the regiment's campaign. Porthos is the first to come up with a way of gaining his equipage. D'Artagnan, curious about what he will do, follows him to a church, where he watches Porthos flirt alternately with two different women. One of them is apparently his mistress, and he is trying to make her jealous by flirting with another woman he has randomly chosen for her good looks and evident status. D'Artagnan recognizes this second woman as the one he had seen with the man of Meung – whom the man had called "My Lady." This piques his curiosity, he never...

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