The Three Musketeers - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

D'Artagnan has found himself becoming truly attracted to Lady de Winter, even though he is aware that to some extent at least, she is a tool of the cardinal. Finally, Kitty, the maid, intercepts d'Artagnan at the gate and asks to speak to him privately. She takes him to her quarters, which are separated from Lady de Winter's by only a thin partition, and explains to him that Lady de Winter doesn't love him. Kitty herself is in love with him, and wants him to know that her mistress has a twisted fascination for the Count de Wardes. She produces a letter Lady de Winter has given her to deliver to de Wardes, and d'Artagnan is devastated because he has really begun to imagine himself in love with the lady. Kitty wants him to know what Lady de Winter is really like, however...

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