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Three Musketeers, The (Dumas) - D'Artagnan Forgets Something
In chapter 28, M. de Treville awards d'Artagnan the position of a Musketeer. Yet in the very first paragraph of chapter 29, d'Artagnan refers to himself as a mere guard. It is because he is not a Musketeer that he cannot go on campaign with the other Musketeers in the next few chapters. And in chapter 47, M. de Treville writes him another letter, making him a Musketeer-for the second time.
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Read chapters 28 and 47
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MovieFan writes:
"De Treville does not infact award D'Artagnan the position of Musketeer, but say that he is one at heart. He also says that D'Artagnan is a honary Musketeer, since he has the heart and courage of one. Then in the last chapter after the campaign at Callais, Treville does make D'Artagnan a musketeer. It's slightly confusing, so I would go back and reread that for clarification."
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