The Three Musketeers - Chapter 59 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 59 Summary

Felton arrives at Buckingham's house at the same time as another man, who is covered with dust and out of breath, and is asking to see the duke. He refuses to give his name to anyone but the Duke, so Felton gains precedence and is admitted first because he represents himself as a messenger from Lord de Winter. Felton insists he must speak to the duke alone, and after satisfying himself that Lady de Winter must have been telling him the truth about Buckingham, he stabs him with his knife just as a messenger enters announcing that a letter has come for the duke from France. Felton tries to escape, but as he leaves he meets Lord de Winter, who was coming to warn the duke but is moments too late. As the duke is dying, the letter from France is read to...

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