The Three Musketeers - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Rebuffed, as she thinks, by de Wardes, Lady de Winter turns to d'Artagnan, and he agrees to meet her despite his promise to Athos. He convinces himself he goes because she will be suspicious of him if he doesn't. As before, he professes his love for he, and she asks him to prove it by avenging her against de Wardes. He promises to do so, and is torn by his realization that she is a monster, and the fact that he is captivated by her regardless. They agree that he will take care of de Wardes the next day, and Lady de Winter commands him to come back at 11:00 that evening to finalise their plans.

Chapter 36 Analysis

It can only be d'Artagnan's youth that allows him to be so mesmerized by Lady de Winter. He knows things about her that horrify him, and...

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