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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "How could that be, monsieur? Could you incur mydispleasure by having followed the orders of your superiorswith more intelligence and courage than another would havedone? It is the people who do not obey that I punish, andnot those who, like you, obey--but too well. As a proof,remember the date of the day on which I had you bidden tocome to me, and seek in your memory for what happened to youthat very night."
2.  "Ah, monsieur," said Planchet, on perceiving D'Artagnan, "howglad I am to see you."
3.  D'Artagnan crossed the quays, went out by the gate of LaConference and followed the road, much more beautiful then thanit is now, which leads to St. Cloud.
4.  This advice was too reasonable, and moreover came from a man whoknew the king too well, to allow the four young men to disputeit. M. de Treville recommended everyone to return home and waitfor news.
5.  D'Artagnan did not budge.
6.  But all at once a shadow appeared in the darkness theoutline of which was familiar to D'Artagnan, and a well-known voice said, "Monsieur, I have brought your cloak; itis chilly this evening."


1.  The cardinal, as his Majesty had said, was really furious, sofurious that during eight days he absented himself from theking's gaming table. This did not prevent the king from being ascomplacent to him as possible whenever he met him, or from askingin the kindest tone, "Well, Monsieur Cardinal, how fares it withthat poor Jussac and that poor Bernajoux of yours?"
2.  Milady stopped, and a bitter smile passed over her lips."Finally," said Felton, "finally, what did they do?""At length, one evening my enemy resolved to paralyze theresistance he could not conquer. One evening he mixed a powerfulnarcotic with my water. Scarcely had I finished my repast, whenI felt myself sink by degrees into a strange torpor. Although Iwas without mistrust, a vague fear seized me, and I tried tostruggle against sleepiness. I arose. I wished to run to thewindow and call for help, but my legs refused their office. Itappeared as if the ceiling sank upon my head and crushed me withits weight. I stretched out my arms. I tried to speak. I couldonly utter inarticulate sounds, and irresistible faintness cameover me. I supported myself by a chair, feeling that I was aboutto fall, but this support was soon insufficient on account of myweak arms. I fell upon one knee, then upon both. I tried topray, but my tongue was frozen. God doubtless neither heard norsaw me, and I sank upon the floor a prey to a slumber whichresembled death.
3.  Then, as if to render an account to herself of the changes shecould place upon her countenance, so mobile and so expressive,she made it take all expressions from that of passionate anger,which convulsed her features, to that of the most sweet, mostaffectionate, and most seducing smile. Then her hair assumedsuccessively, under her skillful hands, all the undulations shethought might assist the charms of her face. At length shemurmured, satisfied with herself, "Come, nothing is lost; I amstill beautiful."
4.  Unfortunately for D'Artagnan, among the spectators was one of hisEminence's Guardsmen, who, still irritated by the defeat of hiscompanions, which had happened only the day before, had promisedhimself to seize the first opportunity of avenging it. Hebelieved this opportunity was now come and addressed hisneighbor: "It is not astonishing that that young man should beafraid of a ball, for he is doubtless a Musketeer apprentice."D'Artagnan turned round as if a serpent had stung him, and fixedhis eyes intensely upon the Guardsman who had just made thisinsolent speech.
5.  At this movement, which nobody opposed, he resumed a littlecourage, and ventured to draw up one leg and then the other. Atlength, with the help of his two hands he lifted himself from thebench, and found himself on his feet.
6.  "You were right, my Lord," said Felton, with a tone of profounddisgust which sounded to the very bottom of the heart of Milady,"you were right, my Lord, and I was wrong."


1.  But what was clearest in all this was that the true hatred,the profound hatred, the inveterate hatred of Milady, wasincreased by his not having killed her brother-in-law.D'Artagnan came the next day to Milady's, and finding her ina very ill-humor, had no doubt that it was lack of an answerfrom M. de Wardes that provoked her thus. Kitty came in,but Milady was very cross with her. The poor girl ventureda glance at D'Artagnan which said, "See how I suffer on youraccount!"
2.  "Vitray," said he, "you will go with all speed to London. Youmust not stop an instant on the way. You will deliver thisletter to Milady. Here is an order for two hundred pistoles;call upon my treasurer and get the money. You shall have as muchagain if you are back within six days, and have executed yourcommission well."
3.  Aramis, who was constantly at work at his poem, shut himselfup in Athos's closet, and begged not to be disturbed beforethe moment of drawing swords.
4.  Lord de Winter perceived nothing of this. When he hadfinished, he went to a table upon which was a salver withSpanish wine and glasses. He filled two glasses, and by asign invited D'Artagnan to drink.
5.   "Be satisfied," replied Felton; "he will not sail."Milady started with joy. She could read to the depths of theheart of this young man; the death of Buckingham was writtenthere at full length.
6.  "No, monseigneur. I learned it since I have been in prison, andthat from the conversation of Monsieur the Commissary--an amiableman."


1.  Musketeers."
2.  "Why, you killed him! They are the spoils of victory.""I, the heir of an enemy!" said Athos; "for whom, then, doyou take me?"
3.  D'Artagnan became very pale; he was wounded in his SELF-love: he thought that it was in his LOVE.
4、  The young man turned quickly round, for this attack couldnot have come from the bastion, which was hidden by theangle of the trench. The idea of the two soldiers who hadabandoned him occurred to his mind, and with them heremembered the assassins of two evenings before. Heresolved this time to know with whom he had to deal, andfell upon the body of his comrade as if he were dead.He quickly saw two heads appear above an abandoned workwithin thirty paces of him; they were the heads of the twosoldiers. D'Artagnan had not been deceived; these two menhad only followed for the purpose of assassinating him,hoping that the young man's death would be placed to theaccount of the enemy.
5、  But Athos might be said to bear a charmed life. The ballspassed and whistled all around him; not one struck him.Athos waved his flag, turning his back on the guards of thecity, and saluting those of the camp. On both sides loudcries arose--on the one side cries of anger, on the othercries of enthusiasm.




  • 金民律 08-07

      "How! What do you say?"

  • 林芩文 08-07

      "I am of Aramis's opinion," said Porthos.

  • 王传生 08-07

       "Ha, ha!" cried Lord de Winter; "ha, ha! Don't you see, my braveFelton; don't you see what I told you? That knife was for you,my lad; she would have killed you. Observe, this is one of herpeculiarities, to get rid thus, after one fashion or another, ofall the people who bother her. If I had listened to you, theknife would have been pointed and of steel. Then no more ofFelton; she would have cut your throat, and after that everybodyelse's. See, John, see how well she knows how to handle aknife."

  • 叶连娜·菲拉托娃 08-07

      "Yes, sire; as complete as that of the Bridge of Ce.""Four men, one of them wounded, and a youth, say you?""One hardly a young man; but who, however, behaved himself soadmirably on this occasion that I will take the liberty ofrecommending him to your Majesty."

  • 徐德飞 08-06

    {  "You are mistaken, Planchet," replied D'Artagnan; "and as aproof, there is a crown to drink my health."

  • 谢思琴 08-05

      "Oh, I resolved that it should take place as soon as possible. Ihad no doubt he would return the following night. During the dayI had nothing to fear.}

  • 乔灌木 08-05

      "But the wine," said D'Artagnan, "who furnishes the wine? Yourhost?"

  • 蔡竞 08-05

      "And who has punished her?"

  • 严能效 08-04

       "What, Milady! has he not come?" said Kitty. "Can he beinconstant before being happy?"

  • 黄洪 08-02

    {  Milady made no reply, but turning her beautiful head round uponher pillow, she burst into tears, and uttered heartbreaking sobs.Felton surveyed her for an instant with his usual impassiveness;then, seeing that the crisis threatened to be prolonged, he wentout. The woman followed him, and Lord de Winter did not appear."I fancy I begin to see my way," murmured Milady, with a savagejoy, burying herself under the clothes to conceal from anybodywho might be watching her this burst of inward satisfaction.Two hours passed away.

  • 薛力 08-02

      "Never! Though I remember, in our affair of the Rue Ferou, Ireceived a sword wound which at the end of fifteen or eighteendays produced the same effect."