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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Ah, good, then," replied Athos, "we will teach them, these doorbreakers!"
2.  "However perfect master he was over himself, my persecutorallowed a movement of anger to escape him. I could not see theexpression of his countenance, but I felt the arm tremble uponwhich my hand was placed.
3.  "Oh, monsieur, if I could believe I might trust in yourdiscretion."
4.  "You have kissed the queen's hand?" said M. de Treville, lookingearnestly at D'Artagnan.
5.  Aramis made a bound, seized the letter, read it, or ratherdevoured it, his countenance radiant.
6.  "I shall then have no more friends," said the young man. "Alas!nothing but bitter recollections."


1.  The four friends exchanged a joyful glance; half of the workwas done. It is true, however, that it was the shorter andeasier part.
2.  Each Musketeer was accustomed to leave at the general hotel, asat a barrack, his own horse and that of his lackey. Planchet,Grimaud, Mousqueton, and Bazin set off at full speed."Now let us lay down the plan of campaign," said Porthos. "Wheredo we go first?"
3.  "And those two equally fine thrusts at Bernajoux.""Truly!"
4.  Then turning toward M. de Treville and walking with him towardthe embrasure of a window, "Well, monsieur," continued he, "yousay it is his Eminence's Guards who have sought a quarrel withyour Musketeers?"
5.  In the corridor he met Mme. Bonacieux, who waited for him, andwho, with the same precautions and the same good luck, conductedhim out of the Louvre.
6.  "Oh, a day and night soon pass away. Let us return to the objectthat brings me here."


1.  "Nothing, nothing, only shut the window. Go to bed, or at leastlie down in your clothes. As soon as I have done I will knock onone of the panes of glass. But will you be able to follow me?""Oh, yes!"
2.  "That is sufficient, my Lord! I have sworn."
3.  "And you are going alone?"
4.  "Till we meet again, my forgetful charmer!"
5.   "I am taken!" shouted Athos, with all the power of his lungs."Go on, D'Artagnan! Spur, spur!" and he fired two pistols.D'Artagnan and Planchet did not require twice bidding; theyunfastened the two horses that were waiting at the door, leapedupon them, buried their spurs in their sides, and set off at fullgallop.
6.  He called successively at the abodes of Athos, Porthos, andAramis. Neither of them had returned. Their lackeys likewisewere absent, and nothing had been heard of either the one or theother. He would have inquired after them of their mistresses,but he was neither acquainted with Porthos's nor Aramis's, and asto Athos, he had none.


1.  This other Musketeer formed a perfect contrast to hisinterrogator, who had just designated him by the name of Aramis.He was a stout man, of about two- or three-and-twenty, with anopen, ingenuous countenance, a black, mild eye, and cheeks rosyand downy as an autumn peach. His delicate mustache marked aperfectly straight line upon his upper lip; he appeared to dreadto lower his hands lest their veins should swell, and he pinchedthe tips of his ears from time to time to preserve their delicatepink transparency. Habitually he spoke little and slowly, bowedfrequently, laughed without noise, showing his teeth, which werefine and of which, as the rest of his person, he appeared to takegreat care. He answered the appeal of his friend by anaffirmative nod of the head.
2.  "No, monsieur, no; you appear to be an honest young man, and Iwill have confidence in you. I believe, then, that it is not onaccount of any intrigues of her own that my wife has beenarrested, but because of those of a lady much greater thanherself."
3.  "Amuse yourself well!" replied Bonacieux, in a sepulchral tone.But D'Artagnan was too far off to hear him; and if he had heardhim in the disposition of mind he then enjoyed, he certainlywould not have remarked it.
4、  "Well?" asked D'Artagnan.
5、  D'Artagnan, his eye moist with gratitude though beaming with joy, wentback to Athos, whom he found still at table contemplating the charms ofhis last glass of Malaga by the light of his lamp."Well," said he, "they likewise have refused me.""That, dear friend, is because nobody is more worthy than yourself."He took a quill, wrote the name of D'Artagnan in the commission, andreturned it to him.




  • 高瞻 08-04

      The cardinal, after having read these two lines, sank into a profoundreverie; but he did not return the paper to D'Artagnan."He is meditating by what sort of punishment he shall cause me to die,"said the Gascon to himself. "Well, my faith! he shall see how agentleman can die."

  • 宋康昊 08-04

      At a hundred paces from the gates of Calais, D'Artagnan's horsegave out, and could not by any means be made to get up again, theblood flowing from his eyes and his nose. There still remainedPlanchet's horse; but he stopped short, and could not be made tomove a step.

  • 常卫 08-04

       "Still my three brave fellows!" murmured the cardinal. "Andthe Guardsman?"

  • 刘德斌 08-04

      presentiment instantly told D'Artagnan that this carriagecontained the person who had appointed the rendezvous; theyoung man was himself astonished to find his heart beat soviolently. Almost instantly a female head was put out atthe window, with two fingers placed upon her mouth, eitherto enjoin silence or to send him a kiss. D'Artagnan uttereda slight cry of joy; this woman, or rather this apparition--for the carriage passed with the rapidity of a vision--wasMme. Bonacieux.

  • 付治龙 08-03


  • 德夫亚尼·科布拉加德 08-02

      "But I am speaking to you!" replied the young man, additionallyexasperated with this mixture of insolence and good manners, ofpoliteness and scorn.}

  • 吴志 08-02

      "Gentlemen," said Aramis, "the principal question is not toknow which of our four lackeys is the most discreet, themost strong, the most clever, or the most brave; theprincipal thing is to know which loves money the best.""What Aramis says is very sensible," replied Athos; "we mustspeculate upon the faults of people, and not upon theirvirtues. Monsieur Abbe, you are a great moralist.""Doubtless," said Aramis, "for we not only require to bewell served in order to succeed, but moreover, not to fail;for in case of failure, heads are in question, not for ourlackeys--"

  • 托尼·斯内尔 08-02

      The lackey bowed to the ground and departed.

  • 陈邦利 08-01

       "Two horses that Monsieur de Treville lends me at mypleasure, and with which I am now going to take a ride toSt. Germain."

  • 季秀云 07-30

    {  After this, satisfied with the way in which he had conductedhimself at Meung, without remorse for the past, confident in thepresent, and full of hope for the future, he retired to bed andslept the sleep of the brave.

  • 王素珍 07-30

      "But," said he, as he retired as quickly as possible fromthe reproaches of Kitty, "I must not play the fool. Thiswoman is certainly a great liar. I must take care."