The Three Musketeers - Chapter 57 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 57 Summary

Lady de Winter continues her story, saying that in the face of her continued resistance, Buckingham finally brings in the executioner and has her branded as a criminal. She then exposes her shoulder to Felton and shows him the brand. He is a little confused to see it's the brand of France, rather than that of England, but she explains that this was another ruse on Buckingham's part, so he wouldn't have to provide anyone with an explanation of which court the sentence had been issued. She tells Felton that Lord de Winter's brother saved her, married her and then was killed without revealing the truth to Lord de Winter, so that now her brother-in-law believes the lies Buckingham has told him. She can see the Felton has fallen for her story completely now, and to make sure of it, she pretends to...

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