The Three Musketeers - Chapter 58 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 58 Summary

Lord de Winter has figured out that Lady de Winter's attempts to corrupt Felton have been successful and he sends the man away on an errand, and he informs his prisoner of this fact. He then tells her that at noon the next day she will be deported, and that the ship's captain has orders to throw her into the sea if she speaks at all to anyone on board. He leaves her, and she is furious, but still hopes Felton might intervene. He does. In the night, she hears a tap at the window, and it's Felton, who has engineered her escape. They leave in a boat, and Felton tells her she will drop him at Portsmouth and he will avenge her honor by assassinating Buckingham, rejoining her later in France at the Convent of Bethune.

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