The Three Musketeers - Chapter 53 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 53 Summary

The next day, by a combination of tears and feigning illness, she continues to play on what she begins to perceive as a tiny ray of softness in Felton. Later that day, when she picks up on the clues that he is a puritan, she pretends to share his religious conviction and styles herself as being persecuted unjustly by Lord de Winter. This at last has some effect, but Felton is still being cautious, and begins to listen and watch her closely. She knows this, however, and is careful always to maintain the part – loudly singing puritan songs and prayers she remembers hearing from some of her past servants and doing so in her most beautiful and pious voice.

Chapter 53 Analysis

Dumas hints that Lady de Winter has now found the chink in Felton's armour, and there can be no doubt she is...

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