Twenty Years After - Chapters 19 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19 - 24 Summary

In Chapter 19, Rochefort sends Grimaud and Beaufort a message in a tennis ball instructing Beaufort to request a pie from the newest confectioner. Although Le Ramee is a little bit suspicious when Beaufort suggests they have a supper together on Pentecost, he decides to have Grimaud with them for safety. Beaufort questions Grimaud about his escape but Grimaud can only tell him that pie he has requested will contain a knotted rope, two daggers and a choke pear.

In Chapter 20, Athos and Raoul arrive in Paris. Athos takes Raoul to meet Madame de Chevreuse. Athos has told the lady that she is the boy's mother, but warns her that Raoul is not aware who his mother or father is. Raoul tells the lady that he wishes to join the army, and she promises to support him in this career.

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