Twenty Years After - Chapters 31 - 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31 - 36 Summary

In Chapter 31, Raoul and the count find that one of the men who was attacked has been mortally injured. They take the man to an inn, and on their way out of town, send a man whom they believe is a monk to absolve the man. Meanwhile, Grimaud stops at the same inn and hears the man, who has been identified as the executioner of Bethune, cry out as the "priest" takes his confession. Grimaud breaks into the room, but the monk is gone. There is a dagger in the man's side.

In Chapter 32, Dumas recounts what happened between the monk and the dying man. The man tells the monk about an execution he performed on a woman. When the executioner mentions the woman he killed was Anne de Bueil, the monk admits he is not a priest. He is the...

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