The Three Musketeers - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

D'Artagnan keeps his assignation with Lady de Winter, and thankfully, she extinguishes all the lights in her chamber before welcoming him. All cats are grey in the dark, and the lady asks if de Wardes' wounds still bother him. D'Artagnan says they do, and Lady de Winter refers to d'Artagnan as a monster for having wounded him. She then gives the man she thinks is de Wardes (d'Artagnan) a sapphire ring to remember her by, and d"Artagnan leaves. The next day, he tells Athos all that transpired, and shows him the ring. Athos is staggered by it – the ring is a family heirloom he had given to his wife, the woman he had hung. But as it seems impossible the woman could be alive, he convinces himself he must be mistaken – and entreats d'Artagnan to put the ring out of his sight...

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