The Three Musketeers - Chapter 63 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 63 Summary

Madame Bonancieux returns and Lady de Winter convinces her that she has just received information from Rochefort, who she pretends is her brother, that the message Constance has received from d'Artagnan is a fake. It's really the cardinal who is coming to kidnap her. Constance believes her and is alarmed – but Lady de Winter tells her she herself will help Constance escape in the carriage that Rochefort will send in a couple of hours. In the meantime, they sit down to a private dinner in Lady de Winter's room, although Constance has been too nervous to eat or drink much by the time the carriage comes. She is frozen in terror as she hears the arrival of d'Artagnan and his friends, because she believes them to be the cardinal and his men, and Lady de Winter is unable to coax her out to...

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