The Three Musketeers - Chapter 46 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 46 Summary

In order to have a private discussion with d'Artagnan that is not noticed by the cardinal or his men, the Musketeers loudly wager with some other dragoons that the four of them will go and breakfast in the enemy bastion that has been captured during the previous night by d'Artagnan's regiment. They wager they can remain there for an hour, without being taken again by the enemy. If they are successful, the dragoons will provide dinner for the eight of them – if they are unsuccessful, the Musketeers will provide dinner. This is agreed upon, and the four friends establish themselves in the bastion, where they can now be assured of complete privacy. The enemy's dead are the only inhabitants of the building, but Athos reminds the others that this will mean extra muskets and ammunition, so they will have all the resources they...

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