Twenty Years After - Chapters 43 - 48 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 43 - 48 Summary

In Chapter 43, Mordaunt follows Athos, Aramis and de Winter to Boulogne where they expect to catch a boat to England. As they pass Morduant in the boat, Morduant warns de Winter that he now knows the identities of his companions. Aramis tries to fire his gun at the man but Athos stops him.

In chapter 44, a special Te Deum is planned in Paris in honor of the victory at Lens. During this celebration guards and arrest Monsieur Broussel. Raoul stands up to the citizens who try to protest this arrest. D'Artagnan pulls Raoul from the mob just as he is about to faint.

In Chapter 45, Mazarin praises d'Artagnan and Porthos for their work during the arrest of the councilor. The queen ignores the coadjutor's request to release Broussel. When the coadjutor returns to his own home Broussel's son, Louvieres, is waiting...

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