Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas Chapter 51 Page 5

continued the cardinal, perceiving D’Artagnan’s composure, “that, as I have told you, the welfare of the state is placed in your hands.”

“Yes, my lord, and I feel the whole responsibility of such a charge.”

“You accept, however?”

“I always accept.”

“Do you think the thing possible?”

“Everything is possible.”

“Shall you be attacked on the road?”


“And what will you do in that case?”

“I shall pass through those who attack me.”