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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  D'Artagnan could no longer endure this conversation, which hadmade him bewildered. Allowing his head to sink upon his twohands, he pretended to sleep.
2.  "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."
3.  "I am sure of it."
4.  "Wait till I assure myself that nobody hears us.""Why all these precautions?"
5.  "Courage, courage! remember that in a quarter of an hour you will besafe; and think that what you are about to do is for HIS sake.""Yes, yes, everything for him. You have restored my courage by a singleword; go, I will rejoin you."
6.  "Yes," said the baron, "assassinated. On receiving the warning letteryou wrote to me, I had this woman arrested, and gave her in charge to aloyal servant. She corrupted this man; she placed the poniard in hishand; she made him kill the duke. And at this moment, perhaps, Feltonis paying with his head for the crime of this fury!"A shudder crept through the judges at the revelation of these unknowncrimes.


1.  "And does he suspect," said Mme. Bonacieux, with someembarrassment, "the cause of this event?"
2.  "You will return alone, then?"
3.  "What?" asked the host, quite cheerful again.
4.  "Ah, ah! You incline me to think so," said the king. "There isno doubt they went thither to fight themselves."
5.  "I was about to ask you if you had heard any news of them?""None, monsieur."
6.  Fortunately, he had no opportunity to give the duke this proof ofhis devotion, and the young woman and the handsome Musketeerentered the Louvre by the wicket of the Echelle without anyinterference.


1.  "We are sworn, once for all, to implicit confidence anddevotedness against all proof. Besides, you can tell them thatyou have full confidence in me, and they will not be moreincredulous than you."
2.  "And you, you are a woman--a miserable woman, stupid and brutal.You are afraid, are you? Well, if you do not go this veryinstant, I will have you arrested by the queen's orders, and Iwill have you placed in the Bastille which you dread so much."Bonacieux fell into a profound reflection. He weighed the twoangers in his brain--that of the cardinal and that of the queen;that of the cardinal predominated enormously.
3.  "You are the friend of the cardinal, for he sends you hither, and yet--""And yet I speak ill of him," replied Milady, finishing the thought ofthe superior.
4.  "Let us go!"
5.   "Who?" asked his Eminence.
6.  "Monseigneur--"


1.  Meantime, as we have said, despite the cries of hisconscience and the wise counsels of Athos, D'Artagnan becamehourly more in love with Milady. Thus he never failed topay his diurnal court to her; and the self-satisfied Gasconwas convinced that sooner or later she could not fail torespond.
2.  "Yes," cried D'Artagnan, raising his voice in turn, "I am here,my friend."
3.  "At the Louvre."
4、  During this time, exempt from the anxiety of its only and truechief, the royal army led a joyous life, neither provisions normoney being wanting in the camp. All the corps rivaled oneanother in audacity and gaiety. To take spies and hang them, tomake hazardous expeditions upon the dyke or the sea, to imaginewild plans, and to execute them coolly--such were the pastimeswhich made the army find these days short which were not only solong to the Rochellais, a prey to famine and anxiety, but even tothe cardinal, who blockaded them so closely.
5、  Louis XIV absorbed all the smaller stars of his court in his ownvast radiance; but his father, a sun PLURIBUS IMPAR, left hispersonal splendor to each of his favorites, his individual valueto each of his courtiers. In addition to the leeves of the kingand the cardinal, there might be reckoned in Paris at that timemore than two hundred smaller but still noteworthy leeves. Amongthese two hundred leeves, that of Treville was one of the mostsought.




  • 乔颖 08-08

      "She gave it to me herself."

  • 龚海燕 08-08

      "What did you say?" asked M. de Treville, glancing round to seeif they were surely alone, and then fixing his questioning lookupon D'Artagnan.

  • 黄沾 08-08

       "What is the matter?" exclaimed D'Artagnan, anxiously; "what hashappened to you, my Lord?"

  • 文-贝克 08-08

      D'Artagnan thought of the appointment Mme. Bonacieux had madewith him for that very evening; but we are bound to say, to thecredit of our hero, that the bad opinion entertained by M. deTreville of women in general, did not inspire him with the leastsuspicion of his pretty hostess.

  • 宇祥 08-07

    {  "He is a bold fellow," said the cardinal.

  • 丁栋 08-06

      "We want," said Athos, "Charlotte Backson, who first was called Comtessede la Fere, and afterwards Milady de Winter, Baroness of Sheffield.""That is I! that is I!" murmured Milady, in extreme terror; "what doyou want?"}

  • 列邦 08-06

      "Ah, yes! Dear friend to an Englishman," interrupted Athos;"well commenced! Bravo, D'Artagnan! Only with that wordyou would be quartered instead of being broken on thewheel."

  • 纪莹 08-06

      M. de Treville, after having written the letter, sealed it, andrising, approached the young man in order to give it to him. Butat the very moment when D'Artagnan stretched out his hand toreceive it, M. de Treville was highly astonished to see hisprotege make a sudden spring, become crimson with passion, andrush from the cabinet crying, "S'blood, he shall not escape methis time!"

  • 巴哈尔卡 08-05

       "After supper I exhibited the same marks of languor as on thepreceding evening; but this time, as I yielded to fatigue, or asif I had become familiarized with danger, I dragged myself towardmy bed, let my robe fall, and lay down.

  • 程利娜 08-03

    {  D'Artagnan and Athos laughed aloud.

  • 孙燕 08-03

      "Since then," continued Aramis, "I have lived very agreeably. Ihave begun a poem in verses of one syllable. That is ratherdifficult, but the merit in all things consists in thedifficulty. The matter is gallant. I will read you the firstcanto. It has four hundred lines, and lasts a minute.""My faith, my dear Aramis," said D'Artagnan, who detested versesalmost as much as he did Latin, "add to the merit of thedifficulty that of the brevity, and you are sure that your poemwill at least have two merits."