Twenty Years After - Chapters 49 - 54 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 49 - 54 Summary

In Chapter 49, Broussel is released and Paris appears to go back to normal. The people, however, are trying to develop a plan to kidnap the king. The queen, alternatively, consults with the Prince de Conde and forms a plan for herself and the king to leave Paris. Mazarin tries to prove to the queen she is a prisoner in her own city and will not be able to get out. He angers and humiliates her. Back in her own room, the queen decides to call on the help of d'Artagnan.

In Chapter 50, the queen and the cardinal both seek d'Artagnan's help in leaving Paris. A plan is worked out that will allow d'Artagnan and Porthos to help both of them. Porthos and d'Artagnan return to the Palais Royal as directed. They are armed to the teeth.

In Chapter 51, Mazarin tells d'Artagnan...

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