The Three Musketeers - Chapter 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 38 Summary

D'Artagnan goes immediately to see Athos and tells him that the Lady de Winter has a fleur-de-lis on her shoulder. He describes Lady de Winter in detail to Athos, and Athos asks several questions about her appearance which d'Artagnan confirms. There is no doubt that Lady de Winter is the same woman Athos had married and thought he had murdered. D'Artagnan gives the sapphire ring to Athos, since it's his family's heirloom, but Athos doesn't want it, since Lady de Winter has been in possession of it. D'Artagnan advises him to sell it, and use the money to provide his equipage. Athos agrees on the condition that D'Artagnan takes a portion of the proceeds for his own, as well.

Chapter 38 Analysis

When the others were worrying (a few chapters ago) about how they would provide for their equipage, Athos had vowed he wouldn't...

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