Chapter 27 Summary
In the morning, Aramis sees his magnificent new horse, and he is thrilled. However, he is still too weak from his gunshot wound to ride. Because of this, d’Artagnan leaves Aramis behind and rides on alone to find Athos. On the way, d’Artagnan reflects that Athos is a mysterious person. He is effortlessly noble but also prone to deep periods of depression. Still, of the three Musketeers, d’Artagnan likes and admires Athos most.
Soon d’Artagnan arrives at the hotel where the innkeeper accused Athos of carrying counterfeit money. D’Artagnan finds this innkeeper and questions him sternly, making clear that no lowly commoner should ever dare to make accusations—especially false ones—against a nobleman like...
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