The Three Musketeers - Chapter 55 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 55 Summary

When Felton enters her chamber the following day, Lady de Winter is pretending to hang herself. This agitates him and he is torn between the warnings of Lord de Winter, and his own changing opinion of the Lady. Lord de Winter is beginning to suspect she is working on Felton, and he tells Felton something of her past. Afterward, Felton is even more confused, and tells Lady de Winter that her brother-in-law has said some terrible things that imply she is either a demon, or Lord de Winter is a terrible liar and a monster. He says he will return later that evening to give her the opportunity to explain herself.

Chapter 55 Analysis

Felton's high morals and high standards should protect him from Lady de Winter's manipulation – but instead they give him sympathy and a belief in the goodness of women that actually...

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