Chapter 33 Summary

Over Athos’s objections, d’Artagnan continues to visit Milady daily. After one of his visits, the maidservant, Kitty, takes him by the hand and leads him to her small bedroom. There she warns him to be careful: Milady secretly despises d’Artagnan and wants to hurt him. She shows d’Artagnan a note that Milady has written to the Comte de Wardes. The sight of it makes d'Artagnan furious. He grabs the letter, rips it open, and reads an invitation to an illicit nighttime visit. He is heartbroken at the realization that Milady has chosen another man over him.

During her conversation with d’Artagnan, Kitty admits that she loves him. D'Artagnan, sensing an opportunity to take revenge on Milady, immediately answers...

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