The Three Musketeers - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

The story ends with the information that D'Artagnan took his promotion, Porthos quitted the service and married Madame Coquenard. Aramis entered a monastery, and Athos remained a musketeer under d'Artagnan's command for five years, at which time he also left the service. D'Artagnan fought Rochefort three times until they gave up and became friends.

Epilogue Analysis

An epilogue seems almost unnecessary since there are two other books in the trilogy which follow this one, which would seem to present ample opportunity to follow up. However, since one hears very little of the additional stories, with the exception of The Man in the Iron Mask, which is only the final third of the last story, perhaps it's just as well we have been given a glimpse of the future. For those who want to know more, however, there are many more adventures to be...

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