The Three Musketeers - Chapter 61 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 61 Summary

Lady de Winter is also on the way to the convent at Bethune, but she doesn't know Madame Bonancieux is there. She is going because it's where the cardinal has asked her to meet him after her mission is accomplished, and she has sent him a note informing him of its successful conclusion. Once at the convent, however, she discovers her great luck and immediately sets out to gain Constance's trust in her usual deceitful fashion, pretending she is a good friend of d'Artagnan and the Musketeers. Constance is immediately trustful of her, and confides to her that d'Artagnan is on his way to remove her from the convent, and she will see him soon. Just then, a horseman arrives at the convent but it'sn't d'Artagnan. It's the Count de Rochefort (d'Artagnan's man of Meung), to see Lady de Winter.

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