Twenty Years After - Chapters 37 - 42 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 37 - 42 Summary

In Chapter 37, John Francis de Winter, who has taken the name Mordaunt, appears before Mazarin with a letter from General Oliver Cromwell requesting that Mazarin refuse King Charles admittance into France.

In Chapter 38, Madame Henrietta presents her request that her husband be allowed to find refuge in France to Mazarin. Mazarin attempts to convince Henrietta that France is not safe for the king. Mordaunt waits until de Winter and Henrietta are finished with Mazarin, then follows them.

In Chapter 39, de Winter suggests to Henrietta the musketeers might be able to help her. As they talk, Raoul arrives with a letter saying that the battle of Lens had been won. De Winter connects Raoul with Athos and decides to go see Athos immediately.

In Chapter 40, Mordaunt follows de Winter up to his room. Mordaunt confronts de Winter about the murder of his...

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