Twenty Years After - Study Guide Chapters 67 - 72 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 67, Athos and Aramis wrap the cross and order that King Charles wanted given back to his wife in the bloodstained handkerchief. Athos voices his displeasure at d'Artagnan's position in the front row at Charles' execution. D'Artagnan tells Athos he plans to stay in London until he finds out who the executioner was. He tells Athos he followed the executioner to a house that Grimaud is keeping watch over. When the four friends go to the house, Grimaud climbs to a window and identifies the men inside as Cromwell and Mordaunt.

In Chapter 68, Cromwell tells Mordaunt he had hoped Charles would be saved from his execution. He explains to Mordaunt the ship on which the four musketeers planned to flee with Charles out of town on had five barrels of powder in the hold. Cromwell offers the boat to Mordaunt for his personal agenda...

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