The Three Musketeers - Chapter 49 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 49 Summary

Lady de Winter arrives in England, and her boat is intercepted by a small coast-guard cutter. One officer comes on board her boat, and converses with its captain. On the pretext that she is a stranger and is subject to a routine policy of being taken to a particular hotel to be questioned by the government before being released, the officer has her belongings transferred to the cutter, and invites her to board as well. Reluctantly, she submits to the process, assuming it to be usual policy in time of war. When they arrive at shore, she is escorted to a carriage, which eventually conveys her to a castle, where there is a small chamber prepared for her. She realizes she is going to be a prisoner in this room, and is astonished when her brother-in-law turns out to be her captor.

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