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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  He however kept a good countenance, holding his hat in hishand and awaiting the good pleasure of his Eminence, withouttoo much assurance, but also without too much humility."Monsieur," said the cardinal, "are you a D'Artagnan fromBearn?"
2.  Then D'Artagnan described the meeting which he had at thechurch, and how he had found that lady who, with theseigneur in the black cloak and with the scar near histemple, filled his mind constantly.
3.  40 A Terrible Vision
4.  "Rich? Richest, my dear fellow!"
5.  But amid all this he perceived, with a feeling of real joy,that the queen must have discovered the prison in which poorMme. Bonacieux was explaining her devotion, and that she hadfreed her from that prison; and the letter he had receivedfrom the young woman, and her passage along the road ofChaillot like an apparition, were now explained.
6.  "But where is Athos now?" cried D'Artagnan. "Where is Athos?""In the cellar, monsieur."


1.  "Pray, D'Artagnan," said Athos, after a minute, "either takeoff that ring or turn the mounting inside; it recalls suchcruel recollections that I shall have no head to conversewith you. Don't ask me for counsel; don't tell me you areperplexed what to do. But stop! let me look at thatsapphire again; the one I mentioned to you had one of itsfaces scratched by accident."
2.  "And here are the other five hundred," replied Milady, placingher hand upon the bag of gold.
3.  The host recognized him.
4.  "Oh, no, your Excellency, he is not the devil," replied the host,with a grin of contempt; "for during his fainting we rummaged hisvalise and found nothing but a clean shirt and eleven crowns--which however, did not prevent his saying, as he was fainting,that if such a thing had happened in Paris, you should have causeto repent of it at a later period."
5.  "You said, then, by the word of Bonacieux. Pardon me forinterrupting you, but it appears to me that that name is familiarto me."
6.  "But," said he whom D'Artagnan thus provoked, "it appears to methat this place is badly chosen, and that we should be betterbehind the Abbey St. Germain or in the Pre-aux-Clercs.""What you say is full of sense," replied D'Artagnan; "butunfortunately I have very little time to spare, having anappointment at twelve precisely. On guard, then, monsieur, onguard!"


1.  And the cardinal made him a sign with his hand, to whichBonacieux replied by bowing to the ground. He then went outbackward, and when he was in the antechamber the cardinal heardhim, in his enthusiasm, crying aloud, "Long life to theMonseigneur! Long life to his Eminence! Long life to the greatcardinal!" The cardinal listened with a smile to this vociferousmanifestation of the feelings of M. Bonacieux; and then, whenBonacieux's cries were no longer audible, "Good!" said he, "thatman would henceforward lay down his life for me." And thecardinal began to examine with the greatest attention the map ofLa Rochelle, which, as we have said, lay open on the desk,tracing with a pencil the line in which the famous dyke was topass which, eighteen months later, shut up the port of thebesieged city. As he was in the deepest of his strategicmeditations, the door opened, and Rochefort returned."Well?" said the cardinal, eagerly, rising with a promptitudewhich proved the degree of importance he attached to thecommission with which he had charged the count.
2.  "But you have seen him?"
3.  "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.
4.  "Tell me who this man was!" cried the young officer.Milady saw at a single glance all the painful feelings sheinspired in Felton by dwelling on every detail of her recital;but she would not spare him a single pang. The more profoundlyshe wounded his heart, the more certainly he would avenge her.She continued, then, as if she had not heard his exclamation, oras if she thought the moment was not yet come to reply to it."Only this time it was no longer an inert body, without feeling,that the villain had to deal with. I have told you that withoutbeing able to regain the complete exercise of my faculties, Iretained the sense of my danger. I struggled, then, with all mystrength, and doubtless opposed, weak as I was, a longresistance, for I heard him cry out, 'These miserable Puritans!I knew very well that they tired out their executioners, but Idid not believe them so strong against their lovers!'"Alas! this desperate resistance could not last long. I felt mystrength fail, and this time it was not my sleep that enabled thecoward to prevail, but my swoon."
5.   "Ingrate that you are!"
6.  "Neffer," replied the Swiss, enchanted that a man like Athoscould envy him anything. "Neffer, neffer!"


1.  The Musketeer could not forget the evil reports which thenprevailed, and which indeed have survived them, of theprocurators of the period--meanness, stinginess, fasts; butas, after all, excepting some few acts of economy whichPorthos had always found very unseasonable, the procurator'swife had been tolerably liberal--that is, be it understood,for a procurator's wife--he hoped to see a household of ahighly comfortable kind.
2.  And the four friends rushed out of the fort, gained thefield of battle, picked up the four muskets of the privatesand the half-pike of the brigadier, and convinced that thefugitives would not stop till they reached the city, turnedagain toward the bastion, bearing with them the trophies oftheir victory.
3.  Mousqueton was a Norman, whose pacific name of Boniface hismaster had changed into the infinitely more sonorous name ofMousqueton. He had entered the service of Porthos upon conditionthat he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsomemanner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated toan employment which would provide for his other wants. Porthosagreed to the bargain; the thing suited him wonderfully well. Hehad doublets cut out of his old clothes and cast-off cloaks forMousqueton, and thanks to a very intelligent tailor, who made hisclothes look as good as new by turning them, and whose wife wassuspected of wishing to make Porthos descend from hisaristocratic habits, Mousqueton made a very good figure whenattending on his master.
4、  "What the devil! There must be plenty left," replied D'Artagnan."Be satisfied of that; these two cannot have drunk all thecellar. Gentlemen, return your swords to their scabbards.""Well, provided you replace your pistols in your belt.""Willingly."
5、  "How do I know it?" said D'Artagnan.




  • 林俊逸 08-06

      The king, attacked in a manner so direct, did not know what toanswer; and he thought that this was the moment for expressingthe desire which he was not have made until the evening beforethe fete.

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  • 库斯卡 08-06

      "To go and fetch Monsieur Laporte, the queen's VALET DE CHAMBRE.""And when he shall have informed him, and Monsieur Laporte iscome?"

  • 张菊兰 08-05

    {  It was almost broad daylight.

  • 张希成 08-04

      This disposition, visible as it was in his Majesty, did notprevent the courtiers from ranging themselves along his pathway.In royal antechambers it is worth more to be viewed with an angryeye than not to be seen at all. The three Musketeers thereforedid not hesitate to make a step forward. D'Artagnan on thecontrary remained concealed behind them; but although the kingknew Athos, Porthos, and Aramis personally, he passed before themwithout speaking or looking--indeed, as if he had never seen thembefore. As for M. de Treville, when the eyes of the king fellupon him, he sustained the look with so much firmness that it wasthe king who dropped his eyes; after which his Majesty,grumbling, entered his apartment.}

  • 张天天 08-04

      "What is it?" said the light-horseman.

  • 王迈 08-04

      "They are below, sire, and with your permission La Chesnaye willbid them come up."

  • 付家书 08-03

       "Nothing but one word!" said D'Artagnan.

  • 姜祖青 08-01

    {  "'Oh, leave me!' said I. 'Begone, if you do not desire to see medash my head against that wall before your eyes!'"'Very well, it is your own doing. Till tomorrow evening, then!'"'Till tomorrow evening, then!' replied I, allowing myself tofall, and biting the carpet with rage."

  • 白云峰 08-01

      "You must go away immediately. I will give you a paper which youmust not part with on any account, and which you will deliverinto the proper hands."