The Three Musketeers - Study Guide Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Meanwhile, Porthos has been invited to dinner at the home of his mistress, the attorney's wife. The attorney is there as well, and his wife has introduced Porthos as her cousin, who she is concerned for since he will soon be leaving on a military campaign with the Musketeers. She has invited him to dinner particularly to meet her husband, to convince him to furnish Porthos with his equipage. The attorney is a miserly man, and though he is not poor, he furnishes a very meager table. After dinner, the mistress, Madame Coquenard, discusses the particulars of the equipage with Porthos. She agrees to furnish him with a horse and a mule for his servant, as well as 800 francs in cash for the rest of his needs.

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Porthos had hoped for much better. Dumas has already made plain that the presentation of his status is...

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