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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Athos did not trust this reply, and he resumed; "you cannot havefailed to remark, my dear friend, that everyone has hisparticular kind of drunkenness, sad or gay. My drunkenness isalways sad, and when I am thoroughly drunk my mania is to relateall the lugubrious stories which my foolish nurse inculcated intomy brain. That is my failing--a capital failing, I admit; butwith that exception, I am a good drinker."
2.  And yet this nature so distinguished, this creature so beautiful,this essence so fine, was seen to turn insensibly toward materiallike, as old men turn toward physical and moral imbecility.Athos, in his hours of gloom-and these hours were frequent-wasextinguished as to the whole of the luminous portion of him, andhis brilliant side disappeared as into profound darkness.Then the demigod vanished; he remained scarcely a man. His headhanging down, his eye dull, his speech slow and painful, Athoswould look for hours together at his bottle, his glass, or atGrimaud, who, accustomed to obey him by signs, read in the faintglance of his master his least desire, and satisfied itimmediately. If the four friends were assembled at one of thesemoments, a word, thrown forth occasionally with a violent effort,was the share Athos furnished to the conversation. In exchangefor his silence Athos drank enough for four, and withoutappearing to be otherwise affected by wine than by a more markedconstriction of the brow and by a deeper sadness.D'Artagnan, whose inquiring disposition we are acquainted with,had not-whatever interest he had in satisfying his curiosity onthis subject-been able to assign any cause for these fits of forthe periods of their recurrence. Athos never received anyletters; Athos never had concerns which all his friends did notknow.
3.  "In the left side, was it not, and with a knife?" interruptedBuckingham.
4.  D'Artagnan profited by the circumstance to speak to M. deTreville of the letter with the great red seal and thecardinal's arms. It is well understood that he did notbreathe a word about the other.
5.  No time was to be lost. D'Artagnan sprang up with a bound,and at the same instant the ball from the other musket toreup the gravel on the very spot on the road where he hadthrown himself with his face to the ground.
6.  "Alas, monseigneur!" replied the young man, "very easily, nodoubt, for they are strong and well supported, while I amalone."


1.  "Let us see," said D'Artagnan. "Are you SURE that the OTHERis dead?"
2.  "But this second letter," said Athos, "you forget that; itappears to me, however, that the seal denotes that itdeserves to be opened. For my part, I declare, D'Artagnan,I think it of much more consequence than the little piece ofwaste paper you have so cunningly slipped into your bosom."D'Artagnan blushed.
3.  "Now," said the baron, "look at this woman. She is young; she isbeautiful; she possesses all earthly seductions. Well, she is amonster, who, at twenty-five years of age, has been guilty of asmany crimes as you could read of in a year in the archives of ourtribunals. Her voice prejudices her hearers in her favor; herbeauty serves as a bait to her victims; her body even pays whatshe promises--I must do her that justice. She will try to seduceyou, perhaps she will try to kill you. I have extricated youfrom misery, Felton; I have caused you to be named lieutenant; Ionce saved your life, you know on what occasion. I am for younot only a protector, but a friend; not only a benefactor, but afather. This woman has come back again into England for thepurpose of conspiring against my life. I hold this serpent in myhands. Well, I call you, and say to you: Friend Felton, John,my child, guard me, and more particularly guard yourself, againstthis woman. Swear, by your hopes of salvation, to keep hersafely for the chastisement she has merited. John Felton, Itrust your word! John Felton, I put faith in your loyalty!""My Lord," said the young officer, summoning to his mildcountenance all the hatred he could find in his heart, "my Lord,I swear all shall be done as you desire."
4.  "I pardon you, monseigneur!" said Bonacieux, hesitating to takethe purse, fearing, doubtless, that this pretended gift was but apleasantry. "But you are able to have me arrested, you are ableto have me tortured, you are able to have me hanged; you are themaster, and I could not have the least word to say. Pardon you,monseigneur! You cannot mean that!"
5.  "That of the patrol going their rounds."
6.  "Not so, for it is religious," replied Aramis; "it is theology inverse."


1.  D'Artagnan blushed with pleasure, and bowed a sign ofassent.
2.  Athos took the letter from the hands of D'Artagnan,approached the lamp, set fire to the paper, and did not letgo till it was reduced to a cinder.
3.  "Bring in the Monsieur d'Artagnan," said the commissary to theguards. The two guards led in Athos.
4.  "Silence, with respect to me, silence, with respect to myfriends; silence about the queen, above all, or you will ruineverybody without saving yourself! Come, come, gentlemen, removethe fellow." And D'Artagnan pushed the half-stupefied merceramong the Guards, saying to him, "You are a shabby old fellow, mydear. You come to demand money of me--of a Musketeer! To prisonwith him! Gentlemen, once more, take him to prison, and keep himunder key as long as possible; that will give me time to payhim."
5.   "Why, this is a victory!" cried the king, all radiant, "acomplete victory!"
6.  D'Artagnan descended by the staircase at which he hadentered, and found Athos and the four Musketeers waiting hisappearance, and beginning to grow uneasy. With a word,D'Artagnan reassured them; and Planchet ran to inform theother sentinels that it was useless to keep guard longer, ashis master had come out safe from the Palais-Cardinal.Returned home with Athos, Aramis and Porthos inquiredeagerly the cause of the strange interview; but D'Artagnanconfined himself to telling them that M. de Richelieu hadsent for him to propose to him to enter into his guards withthe rank of ensign, and that he had refused.


1.  The young Musketeer was in excellent disposition to die heroically.Richelieu still continued thinking, rolling and unrolling the paper inhis hands.
2.  "Of certain expenses he has contracted."
3.  "My wife escaped!" cried Bonacieux. "Oh, unfortunate creature!Monsieur, if she has escaped, it is not my fault, I swear.""What business had you, then, to go into the chamber of MonsieurD'Artagnan, your neighbor, with whom you had a long conferenceduring the day?"
4、  "What, without chastising this insolent boy?" asked the lady.The stranger was about to reply; but at the moment he opened hismouth, D'Artagnan, who had heard all, precipitated himself overthe threshold of the door.
5、  "I must, then, remain here?"




  • 胡诚勇 08-09

      "The fact is," said D'Artagnan, "I have always observed a greatdegree of intelligence and devotedness in Mousqueton.""That is possible, monsieur; but suppose I should happen to bebrought in contact, even four times a year, with suchintelligence and devotedness--why, I should be a ruined man!""No, for Porthos will pay you."

  • 张凌辉 08-09

      "The evening came on, and with it darkness; but however profoundwas this darkness, my eyes began to accustom themselves to it. Isaw, amid the shadows, the table sink through the floor; aquarter of an hour later it reappeared, bearing my supper. In aninstant, thanks to the lamp, my chamber was once more lighted."I was determined to eat only such things as could not possiblyhave anything soporific introduced into them. Two eggs and somefruit composed my repast; then I drew another glass of water frommy protecting fountain, and drank it.

  • 拉尔-斯兹曼斯克 08-09

       "I gave you my reasons."

  • 王简 08-09

      "Yes, horse. Are we not eating a horse, Porthos? And perhapshis saddle, therewith."

  • 苏叔阳 08-08

    {  "Let us see your idea, Aramis," said Athos, who felt muchdeference for the young Musketeer."

  • 克莱默 08-07

      "Oh, his name, his name!" cried Felton. "His name, tell it me!""Then in spite of my cries, in spite of my resistance--for Ibegan to comprehend that there was a question of something worsethan death--the executioner seized me, threw me on the floor,fastened me with his bonds, and suffocated by sobs, almostwithout sense, invoking God, who did not listen to me, I utteredall at once a frightful cry of pain and shame. A burning fire, ared-hot iron, the iron of the executioner, was imprinted on myshoulder."}

  • 马喜生 08-07

      "Drink and relate, then."

  • 赵清 08-07

      "You should recognize him among a thousand, say you?" continuedhe.

  • 付美斌 08-06

       "Will you eat any of these beans, Cousin Porthos?" said Mme.Coquenard, in that tone which says, "Take my advice, don'ttouch them."

  • 彭某权 08-04

    {  Athos, whose keen eye lost nothing, perceived a faintly sly smilepass over the lips of the young Gascon as he replied, "We had ashort discussion upon dress."

  • 张灏 08-04

      "Will you eat any of these beans, Cousin Porthos?" said Mme.Coquenard, in that tone which says, "Take my advice, don'ttouch them."