When Monsieur de Tréville learns that the Queen’s reputation is in danger, he agrees to help without even knowing the details. He asks his brother-in-law, Monsieur des Essarts, to grant d’Artagnan a leave of absence from his position with the guards. He also grants a leave to Athos, Porthos, and Aramis so that they can join d’Artagnan on his journey.
A few minutes later, d’Artagnan goes to visit Aramis, who has been acting depressed. Aramis claims he is upset because he is struggling to translate a certain Latin passage, but d’Artagnan suspects that it is actually...
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