The Three Musketeers - Chapter 42 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 42 Summary

Soon afterward, as d'Artagnan is wondering how his Musketeer friends are faring, he receives a letter from a man who says he has been hosting the three men and they have been enjoying his Anjou wine. The letter says they have asked their host to send d'Artagnan a dozen bottles of it so he can enjoy it as well. D'Artagnan invites two of his fellow guards to enjoy the wine with him, and asks Planchet to get everything prepared. Brisemont, the soldier who had tried to kill d'Artagnan, is helping Planchet and d'Artagnan allows him to taste the wine since he is still weak from his wound. Just then, the Musketeers turn up, as their regiment has returned with the king, and d'Artagnan tells them they are just in time to enjoy the wine they have sent him. They don't seem to know...

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