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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Mme. Bonacieux came in; and to remove all suspicion, if she had any,Milady repeated to the lackey, before her, the latter part of herinstructions.
2.  "Do you not understand?" said Milady, who had already overcome heragitation and recovered all her presence of mind."How can I understand? I know nothing."
3.  The attendant confirmed to the cardinal what the twoMusketeers had already said with respect to Athos. Thecardinal made an approving gesture, and retraced his routewith the same precautions he had used incoming.
4.  Planchet turned and returned the billet. Then, accustomedto passive obedience, he jumped down from the terrace, rantoward the lane, and at the end of twenty paces metD'Artagnan, who, having seen all, was coming to him."For you, monsieur," said Planchet, presenting the billet tothe young man.
5.  The cardinal, however contemptible might be the triumph gainedover so vulgar a being as Bonacieux, did not the less enjoy itfor an instant; then, almost immediately, as if a fresh thoughthas occurred, a smile played upon his lips, and he said, offeringhis hand to the mercer, "Rise, my friend, you are a worthy man.""The cardinal has touched me with his hand! I have touched thehand of the great man!" cried Bonacieux. "The great man hascalled me his friend!"
6.  D'Artagnan did reflect, and resolved to thrash Planchetprovisionally; which he did with the conscientiousness thatD'Artagnan carried into everything. After having well beatenhim, he forbade him to leave his service without his permission."For," added he, "the future cannot fail to mend; I inevitablylook for better times. Your fortune is therefore made if youremain with me, and I am too good a master to allow you to misssuch a chance by granting you the dismissal you require."This manner of acting roused much respect for D'Artagnan's policyamong the Musketeers. Planchet was equally seized withadmiration, and said no more about going away.


1.  His three companions joined him. All had plainly seen awoman's head appear at the window, but none of them, exceptAthos, knew Mme. Bonacieux. The opinion of Athos was thatit was indeed she; but less preoccupied by that pretty facethan D'Artagnan, he had fancied he saw a second head, aman's head, inside the carriage.
2.  On arriving in Paris, D'Artagnan found a letter from M. deTreville, which informed him that, at his request, the king hadpromised that he should enter the company of the Musketeers.As this was the height of D'Artagnan's worldly ambition--apart,be it well understood, from his desire of finding Mme.Bonacieux--he ran, full of joy, to seek his comrades, whom he hadleft only half an hour before, but whom he found very sad anddeeply preoccupied. They were assembled in council at theresidence of Athos, which always indicated an event of somegravity. M. de Treville had intimated to them his Majesty'sfixed intention to open the campaign on the first of May, andthey must immediately prepare their outfits.
3.  "Truly?"
4.  "You don't think of holding out against a whole regiment, doyou?" said Porthos.
5.  "The devil, gentlemen!" said the cardinal, "three men placedhors de combat in a cabaret squabble! You don't do yourwork by halves. And pray what was this quarrel about?""These fellows were drunk," said Athos. "and knowing therewas a lady who had arrived at the cabaret this evening, theywanted to force her door."


1.  "What, then?" said Aramis, blushing."
2.  The cardinal being left alone, reflected for an instant and thenrang the bell a third time. The same officer appeared."Bring the prisoner in again," said the cardinal.M. Bonacieux was introduced afresh, and upon a sign from thecardinal, the officer retired.
3.  "Four hundred and seventy-five livres," said D'Artagnan, whoreckoned like Archimedes.
4.  "I--I return to Paris."
5.   The baron entered slowly, sending a scrutinizing glance fromMilady to the young officer.
6.  "Do you need money?"


1.  "Indeed, sire, I did not. The house may be suspected; but I denythat it is so in the part of it inhabited my Monsieur d'Artagnan,for I can affirm, sire, if I can believe what he says, that theredoes not exist a more devoted servant of your Majesty, or a moreprofound admirer of Monsieur the Cardinal."
2.  Athos remained a Musketeer under the command of D'Artagnan till the year1633, at which period, after a journey he made to Touraine, he also quitthe service, under the pretext of having inherited a small property inRoussillon.
3.  Milady was wrong in fearing that Mme. Bonacieux would have anysuspicion. The poor young woman was too pure to suppose that any femalecould be guilty of such perfidy; besides, the name of the Comtesse deWinter, which she had heard the abbess pronounce, was wholly unknown toher, and she was even ignorant that a woman had had so great and sofatal a share in the misfortune of her life.
4、  "Oh, oh!" said D'Artagnan, "Mousqueton has not caught thesebottles with his lasso. Besides, here is a piquant FRICANDEAUand a fillet of beef."
5、  But at the street gate, Porthos was talking with the soldier onguard. Between the two talkers there was just enough room for aman to pass. D'Artagnan thought it would suffice for him, and hesprang forward like a dart between them. But D'Artagnan hadreckoned without the wind. As he was about to pass, the windblew out Porthos's long cloak, and D'Artagnan rushed straightinto the middle of it. Without doubt, Porthos had reasons fornot abandoning this part of his vestments, for instead ofquitting his hold on the flap in his hand, he pulled it towardhim, so that D'Artagnan rolled himself up in the velvet by amovement of rotation explained by the persistency of Porthos.D'Artagnan, hearing the Musketeer swear, wished to escape fromthe cloak, which blinded him, and sought to find his way fromunder the folds of it. He was particularly anxious to avoidmarring the freshness of the magnificent baldric we areacquainted with; but on timidly opening his eyes, he foundhimself with his nose fixed between the two shoulders ofPorthos--that is to say, exactly upon the baldric.Alas, like most things in this world which have nothing in theirfavor but appearances, the baldric was glittering with gold inthe front, but was nothing but simple buff behind. Vaingloriousas he was, Porthos could not afford to have a baldric wholly ofgold, but had at least half. One could comprehend the necessityof the cold and the urgency of the cloak.




  • 张美照 08-07

      "Alas, monseigneur, we were not in the plot, as you will soonsee. Monsieur your friend (pardon for not calling him by thehonorable name which no doubt he bears, but we do not know thatname), Monsieur your friend, having disabled two men with hispistols, retreated fighting with his sword, with which he disableone of my men, and stunned me with a blow of the flat side ofit."

  • 何塞 08-07

      "Speak! By the word of a gentleman, you shall have no cause torepent of your confidence."

  • 石勇 08-07


  • 奥罗拉 08-07

      "Well, what does the queen believe?"

  • 许怡婷 08-06

    {  The two Musketeers were already there, and were playing together.Athos, who was very expert in all bodily exercises, passed withD'Artagnan to the opposite side and challenged them; but at thefirst effort he made, although he played with his left hand, hefound that his wound was yet too recent to allow of suchexertion. D'Artagnan remained, therefore, alone; and as hedeclared he was too ignorant of the game to play it regularlythey only continued giving balls to one another without counting.But one of these balls, launched by Porthos' herculean hand,passed so close to D'Artagnan's face that he thought that if,instead of passing near, it had hit him, his audience would havebeen probably lost, as it would have been impossible for him topresent himself before the king. Now, as upon this audience, inhis Gascon imagination, depended his future life, he salutedAramis and Porthos politely, declaring that he would not resumethe game until he should be prepared to play with them on moreequal terms, and went and took his place near the cord and in thegallery.

  • 安为平 08-05

      "They say that Monsieur de Buckingham is in France," repliedAramis, with a significant smile which gave to this sentence,apparently so simple, a tolerably scandalous meaning."Aramis, my good friend, this time you are wrong," interruptedPorthos. "Your wit is always leading you beyond bounds; ifMonsieur de Treville heard you, you would repent of speakingthus."}

  • 幸云成 08-05

      His visit to M. de Treville being paid, the pensive D'Artagnantook the longest way homeward.

  • 姚晓芙 08-05

      "I have given you proof of that, it seems to me.""And I am yours, body and soul!"

  • 默里·麦卡利 08-04

       When the chancellor appeared, the king had already gone out byanother door.

  • 郭绪雷 08-02

    {  "But why this question?"

  • 何天贵 08-02

      "The devil!" said D'Artagnan, "you are insupportable. Ifthe letter must be written under your censure, my faith, Irenounce the task."