The Three Musketeers - Chapter 50 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 50 Summary

At first Lady de Winter pretends she has come to England to visit him in the interest of familial concern, but the more Lord de Winter speaks, the more she realizes he knows all about her, and she stops pretending. He promises her that within two or three weeks she will be deported to one of England's southern colonies, but in the meantime she will be looked after by his most trustworthy man, Mr. Felton, the officer she met on the cutter.

Chapter 50 Analysis

Our confidence in Mr. Felton is complete, as he has ignored all of her pleas and threats in the carriage on the way to the castle, remaining impassive to all her theatrics. We know that Lord de Winter must have taken the precaution of preparing this man to withstand his sister-in-law's wiles, and hopefully he has chosen his man well.

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