Twenty Years After - Chapters 13 - 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 - 18 Summary

In Chapter 13, Planchet and d'Artagnan are surprised when they find Athos in excellent shape living on a beautiful estate. They meet Athos' adoptive son, Raoul.

In Chapter 14, Athos tells d'Artagnan that all that he has is for Raoul, who was deserted by his mother at a priest's house. The two begin talking of Milady. Athos admits to d'Artagnan that he often thinks of the lady's son. The two also speak of Lord de Winter, Charles I, Henrietta of England and Aramis. D'Artagnan notices that Athos changes the subject when he is questioned about Aramis.

In Chapter 15, d'Artagnan wonders if someone had warned Athos that d'Artagnan was going to visit. The next morning, d'Artagnan suggests to Athos that he send Raoul away for a career in the army. In this line of conversation d'Artagnan asks Athos if he wishes to return to...

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