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Twenty Years After Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 79 - 84 Summary

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Chapters 79 - 84 Summary

In Chapter 79, Athos and Aramis leave Paris in search of d'Artagnan and Porthos. They begin to find clues the men have left as to their whereabouts including a carving on a table at Montreuil, a chalk drawing on a wall and scratchings on a boulder. The clues lead them to the inn The Peacock where they learn that d'Artagnan and Porthos were arrested by men in the king's service and taken toward the town of Louvres. At another inn they find a scratched note indicating their friends are being taken to Rueil. As they question the people in Rueil, they are able to learn nothing of their friends. Athos proposes they go to the queen but Aramis refuses to go with him. As Athos prepares for his meeting with the queen, Armais heads back to Paris to gather an army of supporters.

In Chapter 80, Athos...

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