Twenty Years After - Study Guide Chapters 7 - 12 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7, Bazin, who was a servant of Aramis, lies and tells d'Artagnan he does not know where Aramis is. D'Artagnan follows Bazin until he learns the man has ridden to a convent in Noisy.

In Chapter 8, d'Artagnan returns to Paris to employ Madeline's "brother" who is actually Planchet in his service. The two travel to Noisy. After an incident with some armed men, Planchet is surprised when he feels a weight land on the back of his horse. As d'Artagnan starts to draw his sword, the man identifies himself as Aramis.

In Chapter 9, Aramis directs d'Artagnan and Planchet to the convent where a rope ladder is let down from his window. D'Artagnan learns that Bazin let Aramis know that d'Artagnan was looking for him. D'Artagnan suggests to Aramis that he begin working as musketeer again. Aramis refuses to work with d'Artagnan saying he is...

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