The Three Musketeers - Chapter 52 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 52 Summary

Lady de Winter has plenty of time to sit and think, and she deduces that she has d'Artagnan to thank for having revealed all her secrets to Lord de Winter. When Felton comes in with her dinner, she pretends she has fainted, hoping to work on his sympathies and gradually win him over. It has no effect on the first try, but she hopes to eventually penetrate his reserve.

Chapter 52 Analysis

If Lady de Winter seemed like a poisonous spider before, she seems even more so now. She is imprisoned in a single room without a weapon of any kind, and yet she is still spinning a dangerous web that seems capable of catching something suitable for her to feed on.

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