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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  She ran to the window and opened it.
2.  "Can you explain to me what signify this leave of absence andthis letter, which I have just received?" said the astonishedAthos.
3.  "You will not sign that order, my Lord!" said Felton, making a steptoward the duke.
4.  The two friends met her in the corridor, greatly troubled and much upsetby such strange events; she called some of the nuns, who against allmonastic custom found themselves in the presence of five men."Madame," said Athos, passing his arm under that of D'Artagnan, "weabandon to your pious care the body of that unfortunate woman. She wasan angel on earth before being an angel in heaven. Treat her as one ofyour sisters. We will return someday to pray over her grave."D'Artagnan concealed his face in the bosom of Athos, and sobbed aloud."Weep," said Athos, "weep, heart full of love, youth, and life! Alas,would I could weep like you!"
5.  At this word APOLOGIES, a cloud passed over the brow of Athos, ahaughty smile curled the lip of Porthos, and a negative sign wasthe reply of Aramis.
6.  "I swear to you, Monsieur Commissary, that you are in theprofoundest error, that I know nothing in the world about what mywife had to do, that I am entirely a stranger to what she hasdone; and that if she has committed any follies, I renounce her,I abjure her, I curse her!"


1.  "That order does not concern me," replied Milady, coldly, "sinceit bears another name than mine."
2.  "Ah, you see how it is," said Athos, becoming still paler, butyet attempting to laugh; "I was sure it was so--the hanging ofpeople is my nightmare."
3.  "Fortunately," said D'Artagnan, "all this will be onlynecessary till after tomorrow evening, for when once withthe army, we shall have, I hope, only men to dread.""In the meantime," said Athos, "I renounce my plan ofseclusion, and wherever you go, I will go with you. Youmust return to the Rue des Fossoyeurs; I will accompanyyou."
4.  "Who are you, and what do you want?" cried she.
5.  Porthos and Aramis did the same.
6.  D'Artagnan took advantage of the lamp which burned in the cabinof the ferryman to read the billet of Mme. Bonacieux once again,and satisfy himself that he had not been mistaken, that theappointment was at St. Cloud and not elsewhere, before theD'Estrees's pavilion and not in another street. Everythingconspired to prove to D'Artagnan that his presentiments had notdeceived him, and that a great misfortune had happened.He again ran back to the chateau. It appeared to him thatsomething might have happened at the pavilion in his absence, andthat fresh information awaited him. The lane was still deserted,and the same calm soft light shone through the window.D'Artagnan then thought of that cottage, silent and obscure,which had no doubt seen all, and could tell its tale. The gateof the enclosure was shut; but he leaped over the hedge, and inspite of the barking of a chained-up dog, went up to the cabin.No one answered to his first knocking. A silence of deathreigned in the cabin as in the pavilion; but as the cabin was hislast resource, he knocked again.


1.  "Will Bazin go with us?" asked Aramis.
2.  "May you tell me whither?"
3.  "Himself!"
4.  Porthos had discovered the means, the diamond.
5.   "Do you know the numbers?"
6.  "There certainly is one," said M. de Treville, who had a tinctureof literature, "and Monsieur de Benserade was quoting it to methe other day. Stop a minute--ah, this is it: 'Timeo Danaos etdona ferentes,' which means, 'Beware of the enemy who makes youpresents."


1.  The three Musketeers bowed to the necks of their horses."Well, upon my honor," said Athos, "your Eminence is rightin taking us with you; we have seen several ill-lookingfaces on the road, and we have even had a quarrel at the RedDovecot with four of those faces."
2.  "I take it," said M. de Busigny; "so let us fix the stake.""You are four gentlemen," said Athos, "and we are four; anunlimited dinner for eight. Will that do?"
3.  "Ah!" said Bonacieux, "they took good care not to tell me that;and my wife, on her part, has sworn to me by all that's sacredthat she does not know. But you," continued M. Bonacieux, in atine of perfect good fellowship, "what has become of you allthese days? I have not seen you nor your friends, and I don'tthink you could gather all that dust that I saw Planchet brushoff your boots yesterday from the pavement of Paris.""You are right, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux, my friends and I havebeen on a little journey."
4、  "But I cannot leave Paris just now without knowing--"Aramis stopped.
5、  D'Artagnan turned in the direction pointed to by Athos, andperceived Aramis.




  • 邱继岩 08-09

      With these words he held out to the queen the two studs thecardinal had given him.

  • 玛西亚·福 08-09

      "You leave Paris?"

  • 张时贵 08-09

       "Ah," cried Milady and Rochefort together, "it is you!""Yes, it is I."

  • 钱堃 08-09

      "Did you never see him?"

  • 徐益平 08-08

    {  The valet led Felton through a large hall in which waited the deputiesfrom La Rochelle, headed by the Prince de Soubise, and introduced himinto a closet where Buckingham, just out of the bath, was finishing histoilet, upon which, as at all times, he bestowed extraordinaryattention.

  • 丁纯 08-07

      D'Artagnan threw off his hood, and disengaged his hands fromthe folds of the cloak. At sight of the mustaches and thenaked sword, the poor devil perceived he had to deal with aman. He then concluded it must be an assassin.}

  • 鲍莫尔 08-07

      "A woman's letter, monseigneur."

  • 普拉茨茅斯 08-07

      "What are you doing?" asked Milady, with surprise."Pass your arms around my neck, and fear nothing.""But I shall make you lose your balance, and we shall both bedashed to pieces."

  • 陈航 08-06

       "It is he; it must be he!" murmured Treville. "I believed himstill at Brussels."

  • 蔡淑芳 08-04

    {  "At times the state into which I had fallen appeared so strangethat I believed myself dreaming. I arose trembling. My clotheswere near me on a chair; I neither remembered having undressedmyself nor going to bed. Then by degrees the reality broke uponme, full of chaste terrors. I was no longer in the house where Ihad dwelt. As well as I could judge by the light of the sun, theday was already two-thirds gone. It was the evening before whenI had fallen asleep; my sleep, then, must have lasted twenty-fourhours! What had taken place during this long sleep?"I dressed myself as quickly as possible; my slow and stiffmotions all attested that the effects of the narcotic were notyet entirely dissipated. The chamber was evidently furnished forthe reception of a woman; and the most finished coquette couldnot have formed a wish, but on casting her eyes about theapartment, she would have found that wish accomplished."Certainly I was not the first captive that had been shut up inthis splendid prison; but you may easily comprehend, Felton, thatthe more superb the prison, the greater was my terror."Yes, it was a prison, for I tried in vain to get out of it. Isounded all the walls, in the hopes of discovering a door, buteverywhere the walls returned a full and flat sound."I made the tour of the room at least twenty times, in search ofan outlet of some kind; but there was none. I sank exhaustedwith fatigue and terror into an armchair.

  • 孙艺洲 08-04

      "She has the most beautiful light hair imaginable!""Ah, my poor D'Artagnan!" said Athos.