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日期:2020-08-09 14:50:10

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  It was a movement of vengeance upon Milady. D'Artagnanbelieved it right to say that vengeance is the pleasure ofthe gods. With a little more heart, he might have beencontented with this new conquest; but the principal featuresof his character were ambition and pride. It must, however,be confessed in his justification that the first use he madeof his influence over Kitty was to try and find out what hadbecome of Mme. Bonacieux; but the poor girl swore upon thecrucifix to D'Artagnan that she was entirely ignorant onthat head, her mistress never admitting her into half hersecrets--only she believed she could say she was not dead.As to the cause which was near making Milady lose her creditwith the cardinal, Kitty knew nothing about it; but thistime D'Artagnan was better informed than she was. As he hadseen Milady on board a vessel at the moment he was leavingEngland, he suspected that it was, almost without a doubt,on account of the diamond studs.
2.  "Who told you of it?"
3.  "I?" said she, with an accent of disdain in unison with thatwhich she had remarked in the voice of the young officer, "I,sir? MY MASS? Lord de Winter, the corrupted Catholic, knowsvery well that I am not of his religion, and this is a snare hewishes to lay for me!"
4.  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!"
5.  "But from whom is that letter?"
6.  "I take back the ring, after it has passed through the handsof that infamous creature Never; that ring is defiled,D'Artagnan.


1.  When they were within ten paces of him, D'Artagnan, who infalling had taken care not to let go his sword, sprang upclose to them.
2.  D'Artagnan ran after her. It was not difficult for him toovertake a woman embarrassed with her cloak. He came up with herbefore she had traversed a third of the street. The unfortunatewoman was exhausted, not by fatigue, but by terror, and whenD'Artagnan placed his hand upon her shoulder, she sank upon oneknee, crying in a choking voice, "Kill me, if you please, youshall know nothing!"
3.  "I felt instinctively that someone approached me; it is said thatthe doomed wretch in the deserts of America thus feels theapproach of the serpent.
4.  The political plans of the cardinal when he undertook thissiege were extensive. Let us unfold them first, and thenpass on to the private plans which perhaps had not lessinfluence upon his Eminence than the others.
5.  "Listen! You must try to see her, and have an explanationwith her. Say to her: 'Peace or war! My word as agentleman never to say anything of you, never to do anythingagainst you; on your side, a solemn oath to remain neutralwith respect to me. If not, I will apply to the chancellor,I will apply to the king, I will apply to the hangman, Iwill move the courts against you, I will denounce you asbranded, I will bring you to trial; and if you areacquitted, well, by the faith of a gentleman, I will killyou at the corner of some wall, as I would a mad dog.'""I like the means well enough," said D'Artagnan, "but whereand how to meet with her?"
6.  "You are brave, Monsieur d'Artagnan," continued hisEminence; "you are prudent, which is still better. I likemen of head and heart. Don't be afraid," said he, smiling."By men of heart I mean men of courage. But young as youare, and scarcely entering into the world, you have powerfulenemies; if you do not take great heed, they will destroyyou."


1.  "Where?"
2.  "How unfortunate I am!" said she; "I have been here six months withoutthe shadow of recreation. You arrive, and your presence was likely toafford me delightful company; yet I expect, in all probability, to quitthe convent at any moment."
3.  The poor mercer remained standing at the door, while the eyes ofthe personage we have just described were fixed upon him, andappeared to wish to penetrate even into the depths of the past."Is this that Bonacieux?" asked he, after a moment of silence."Yes, monseigneur," replied the officer.
4.  D'Artagnan could not get over the surprise created in him by thisminister, who thus open-handed, sported with men and millions.As to the goldsmith, he wrote to his wife, sending her the orderfor the thousand pistoles, and charging her to send him, inexchange, his most skillful apprentice, an assortment ofdiamonds, of which he gave the names and the weight, and thenecessary tools.
5.   "Time, dear friend, time brings round opportunity;opportunity is the martingale of man. The more we haveventured the more we gain, when we know how to wait.""Yes; but to wait surrounded by assassins and poisoners.""Bah!" said Athos. "God has preserved us hitherto, God willpreserve us still."
6.  "Oh, sire!" cried the four companions, with one voice, "we wouldallow ourselves to be cut to pieces in your Majesty's service.""Well, well, but keep whole; that will be better, and you will bemore useful to me. Treville," added the king, in a low voice, asthe others were retiring, "as you have no room in the Musketeers,and as we have besides decided that a novitiate is necessarybefore entering that corps, place this young man in the companyof the Guards of Monsieur Dessessart, your brother-in-law. Ah,PARDIEU, Treville! I enjoy beforehand the face the cardinal willmake. He will be furious; but I don't care. I am doing what isright."


1.  We have said that Athos loved D'Artagnan like a child, andthis somber and inflexible personage felt the anxiety of aparent for the young man.
2.  "More than ever."
3.  "My brother's carriage will be here first."
4、  "You think then, as I do, that she deceives me?" said the king."I believe, and I repeat it to your Majesty, that the queenconspires against the power of the king, but I have not saidagainst his honor."
5、  "Impossible, my Lord! There is no one but myself can so executethem that one cannot tell the new from the old."




  • 张棉 08-08

      "Monsieur still insists upon seeing him?"

  • 彭沉雷 08-08

      "Yes, perfectly well--intimately even."

  • 王拥军 08-08

       Athos and D'Artagnan, with the activity of two soldiers andthe knowledge of two connoisseurs, hardly required threehours to purchase the entire equipment of the Musketeer.Besides, Athos was very easy, and a noble to his fingers'ends. When a thing suited him he paid the price demanded,without thinking to ask for any abatement. D'Artagnan wouldhave remonstrated at this; but Athos put his hand upon hisshoulder, with a smile, and D'Artagnan understood that itwas all very well for such a little Gascon gentleman ashimself to drive a bargain, but not for a man who had thebearing of a prince. The Musketeer met with a superbAndalusian horse, black as jet, nostrils of fire, legs cleanand elegant, rising six years. He examined him, and foundhim sound and without blemish. They asked a thousand livresfor him.

  • 张国庆 08-08

      "Against calumniators," said M. de Treville.

  • 盛文 08-07

    {  "I don't find a good musket, twelve cartridges, and a powderflask very useless in the face of an enemy."

  • 赛格琳·罗雅尔 08-06

      He folded the letter fancifully, and took up his pen andwrote:}

  • 张承绪 08-06

      "Yes, and important. Take it quickly."

  • 池必卿 08-06

      "I do not enter the Church; I re-enter it. I deserted the Churchfor the world, for you know that I forced myself when I became aMusketeer."

  • 经新民 08-05

       Porthos and Aramis trembled with rage. They could willingly havestrangled M. de Treville, if, at the bottom of all this, they hadnot felt it was the great love he bore them which made him speakthus. They stamped upon the carpet with their feet; they bittheir lips till the blood came, and grasped the hilts of theirswords with all their might. All without had heard, as we havesaid, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis called, and had guessed, from M.de Treville's tone of voice, that he was very angry aboutsomething. Ten curious heads were glued to the tapestry andbecame pale with fury; for their ears, closely applied to thedoor, did not lose a syllable of what he said, while their mouthsrepeated as he went on, the insulting expressions of the captainto all the people in the antechamber. In an instant, from thedoor of the cabinet to the street gate, the whole hotel wasboiling.

  • 赵桥 08-03

    {  "You have deceived me!" said the cardinal, sternly."I," cried Bonacieux, "I deceive your Eminence!"

  • 季敏慧 08-03

      It was near midnight; the moon, lessened by its decline, and reddened bythe last traces of the storm, arose behind the little town ofArmentieres, which showed against its pale light the dark outline of itshouses, and the skeleton of its high belfry. In front of them the Lysrolled its waters like a river of molten tin; while on the other sidewas a black mass of trees, profiled on a stormy sky, invaded by largecoppery clouds which created a sort of twilight amid the night. On theleft was an old abandoned mill, with its motionless wings, from theruins of which an owl threw out its shrill, periodical, and monotonouscry. On the right and on the left of the road, which the dismalprocession pursued, appeared a few low, stunted trees, which looked likedeformed dwarfs crouching down to watch men traveling at this sinisterhour.