The Three Musketeers - Chapter 67 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 67 Summary

By now their leave is up, and the Musketeers return to accompany the king back to camp. On the way, one evening in a tavern, d'Artagnan sees the man of Meung again, who does not elude him this time. Instead, he introduces himself as the chevalier de Rochefort, the cardinal's master of the horse, and he is there to arrest d'Artagnan. His friends intervene and tell Rochefort the four of them are on their way to the cardinal, and they will see he gets there. When they arrive at the cardinal's quarters, Athos, Porthos and Aramis make it clear that if d'Artagnan doesn't reappear in a reasonable time, they will come to find him. The cardinal is disturbed but doesn't respond. When they are alone he tells d'Artagnan he has been arrested on charges of corresponding with enemies of France, and of trying...

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