The Three Musketeers - Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 Summary

When D'Artagnan returns to Lady de Winter's chamber, she questions him about his plan to kill de Wardes. He does not really want to kill the man, and he tries to steer the conversation to her feelings for him, because some part of him thinks she might really care for him. With this thought in mind, he confesses that de Wardes was never in her chamber – it was himself masquerading as de Wardes. He (irrationally) expects a few tears and then forgiveness, but she is furious and strikes him, turning away. He has hold of her robe, and as she turns it reveals her shoulder which is marked by a fleur-de-lis. D'Artagnan is horrified, and she turns into a terrible creature now that she knows he has seen it and vows that since he knows her secret he must die. She grabs a...

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