The Three Musketeers - Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43 Summary

One evening during the siege, the Musketeers have been given a pass to leave the camp, but d'Artagnan is in the trenches and cannot accompany them. They pass the evening in the Red Dove-Cot Tavern, and are on their way back to camp when they meet a cloaked man, who demands to know who they are. When they realize it's actually the cardinal, they give their names and are asked to retrace their steps to the tavern, accompanying the cardinal for his protection. They obey, following him to the tavern where he tells the landlord to find a comfortable room for them to remain in until he has finished his business and is ready to return to camp.

Chapter 43 Analysis

The cardinal is commanding the campaign, which is ultimately a religious one, so the Musketeers are right to obey him. The cardinal recognizes...

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