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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Aramis accordingly took the quill, reflected for a fewmoments, wrote eight or ten lines in a charming littlefemale hand, and then with a voice soft and slow, as if eachword had been scrupulously weighed, he read the following:
2.  The countenances of all gave evidence of terror, fornotwithstanding the friendly adieu of his Eminence, they plainlyperceived that the cardinal went away with rage in his heart.Athos alone smiled, with a self-possessed, disdainful smile.When the cardinal was out of hearing and sight, "That Grimaudkept bad watch!" cried Porthos, who had a great inclination tovent his ill-humor on somebody.
3.  "Now I am alone, my dear Athos," said D'Artagnan; "open the door,I beg of you."
4.  "That he may be at ease."
5.  "Go, go, I implore you, and return hereafter! Come back asambassador, come back as minister, come back surrounded withguards who will defend you, with servants who will watch overyou, and then I shall no longer fear for your days, and I shallbe happy in seeing you."
6.  That evening Milady gave orders that when M. D'Artagnan cameas usual, he should be immediately admitted; but he did notcome.


1.  "Force her door!" said the cardinal, "and for what purpose?""To do her violence, without doubt," said Athos. "I havehad the honor of informing your Eminence that these men weredrunk."
2.  "Withdraw, young man," cried Jussac, who doubtless, by hisgestures and the expression of his countenance, had guessedD'Artagnan's design. "You may retire; we consent to that. Saveyour skin; begone quickly."
3.  "My dear Athos," said Aramis, "you speak like Nestor, whowas, as everyone knows, the wisest among the Greeks.""Well, then," said Athos, "it is agreed. Planchet and Bazinshall go. Everything considered, I am not sorry to retainGrimaud; he is accustomed to my ways, and I am particular.Yesterday's affair must have shaken him a little; his voyagewould upset him quite."
4.  It took some time for D'Artagnan to resume this littledialogue; but then all the ideas of vengeance which he hadbrought with him had completely vanished. This womanexercised over him an unaccountable power; he hated andadored her at the same time. He would not have believedthat two sentiments so opposite could dwell in the sameheart, and by their union constitute a passion so strange,and as it were, diabolical.
5.  "Capital!"
6.  "When?"


1.  "I would say that I know this great lady."
2.  "I am at home to nobody," said Milady; "observe, to nobody."The servant went out.
3.  "Ah, ah!" said the cardinal, "I know of whom you speak.""I mean that miserable D'Artagnan."
4.  "Oh! Monsieur," said the old man, "ask me nothing; for if Idared tell you what I have seen, certainly no good would befallme."
5.   But the stranger knew not the headstrong personage he had to dowith; D'Artagnan was not the man ever to cry for quarter. Thefight was therefore prolonged for some seconds; but at lengthD'Artagnan dropped his sword, which was broken in two pieces bythe blow of a stick. Another blow full upon his forehead at thesame moment brought him to the ground, covered with blood andalmost fainting.
6.  "My brother," continued she, "was not that my Lord Buckinghamwhom I saw on the jetty this evening as we arrived?""Himself. Ah, I can understand how the sight of him struck you,"replied Lord de Winter. "You came from a country where he mustbe very much talked of, and I know that his armaments againstFrance greatly engage the attention of your friend the cardinal.""My friend the cardinal!" cried Milady, seeing that on this pointas on the other Lord de Winter seemed well instructed."Is he not your friend?" replied the baron, negligently. "Ah,pardon! I thought so; but we will return to my Lord Dukepresently. Let us not depart from the sentimental turn ourconversation had taken. You came, you say, to see me?""Yes."


1.  "Nothing would be more easy," said the captain of a vessel readyto set sail, "but this morning came an order to let no one leavewithout express permission from the cardinal."
2.  D'Artagnan knew that, although a Gascon, M. de Treville was notin the habit of making promises, and that when by chance he didpromise, he more than kept his word. He bowed to him, then, fullof gratitude for the past and for the future; and the worthycaptain, who on his side felt a lively interest in this youngman, so brave and so resolute, pressed his hand kindly, wishinghim a pleasant journey.
3.  "Well, in that case, we can manage famously," saidD'Artagnan; "which of the two horses will you ride--thatwhich you bought or the one that was given to you?""That which was given to me, assuredly. You cannot for amoment imagine, D'Artagnan, that I would commit such anoffense toward--"
4、  Milady, with a rapid gesture, opened her robe, tore the cambricthat covered her bosom, and red with feigned anger and simulatedshame, showed the young man the ineffaceable impression whichdishonored that beautiful shoulder.
5、  At the moment she spoke these words a rap on the ceiling made herraise her head, and a voice which reached her through the ceilingcried, "Dear Madame Bonacieux, open for me the little door on thealley, and I will come down to you."




  • 薛绍彭 08-05

      On the sixteenth day, in particular, these signs were sostrong in D'Artagnan and his two friends that they could notremain quiet in one place, and wandered about like ghosts onthe road by which Planchet was expected.

  • 李水恒 08-05

      "Now," hastily interrupted the Jesuit, on seeing that his acolytewas going astray, "now your thesis would please the ladies; itwould have the success of one of Monsieur Patru's pleadings.""Please God!" cried Aramis, transported.

  • 尹志辉 08-05

       The procurator's wife hung upon the arm of Porthos, and inthe violence of her grief she cried out, "Monsieur Porthos,I am ignorant of all such matters! How should I know what ahorse is? How should I know what horse furniture is?""You should have left it to me, then, madame, who know whatthey are; but you wished to be frugal, and consequently tolend at usury."

  • 塞缪尔·戈尔德温 08-05

      To the questions which D'Artagnan put concerning her health,she replied, "Bad, very bad."

  • 张芳总 08-04

    {  "How could I know what I was the bearer of?"

  • 洪博培 08-03

      "We wish to judge you according to your crime," said Athos; "you shallbe free to defend yourself. Justify yourself if you can. M.d'Artagnan, it is for you to accuse her first."}

  • 姜宁 08-03

      Satisfied with this discovery which confirmed all his suspicions, Athosreturned to the hotel, and found Planchet impatiently waiting for him.Everything was as Athos had foreseen.

  • 邓文聪 08-03

      "To kill yourself?" cried Felton, with terror, forgetting towithdraw his hands from the hands of the prisoner, "to killyourself?"

  • 陈德彰 08-02

       What he had clearly gained in all this was the diamond,worth five or six thousand livres, which he wore on hisfinger; and even this diamond--supposing that D'Artagnan, inhis projects of ambition, wished to keep it, to make itsomeday a pledge for the gratitude of the queen--had not inthe meanwhile, since he could not part with it, more valuethan the gravel he trod under his feet.

  • 廖二松 07-31

    {  "Never mind, never mind!" resumed the cardinal, with a smilewhich indicated that he knew the story as well as he whowished to relate it. "You were recommended to Monsieur deTreville, were you not?"

  • 约翰斯顿 07-31

      "That man," said Milady, lowering her voice, "is my brother.""Your brother!" cried Mme. Bonacieux.