The Three Musketeers - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Aramis and Porthos are still trying to come up with funds for their equipage. Athos finally receives a letter he has evidently been expecting and it comes with 150 Spanish double-pistoles. He pretends it's from a publisher for one of his poems, but d'Artagnan overhears enough to know it's from his lady friend. He and Aramis go to meet Porthos, and on the way they meet Mousqueton, his man, who is delivering a mule and horse to Porthos. D'Artagnan exclaims that he recognizes the horse – it's the yellow horse his father gave him, on which he rode to Paris.

Chapter 34 Analysis

Mousqueton pretends that Porthos' mistress intended to send a charger and an Andalusian mule, but the husband found out and kidnapped them on the way, replacing them with these animals. Mousqueton was on an errand to return them to the mistress.

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