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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It is very hot," said Athos, drawing his sword in its turn, "andyet I cannot take off my doublet; for I just now felt my woundbegin to bleed again, and I should not like to annoy Monsieurwith the sight of blood which he has not drawn from me himself.""That is true, Monsieur," replied D'Artagnan, "and whether drawnby myself or another, I assure you I shall always view withregret the blood of so brave a gentleman. I will therefore fightin my doublet, like yourself."
2.  "The complexion of our fortune has changed very much since I sawyou, Madam Bonacieux, and I should not be astonished if in thecourse of a few months it were to excite the envy of many folks.""Yes, particularly if you follow the instructions I am about togive you."
3.  At length she heard the grating of the hinges of the opening gates; thenoise of boots and spurs resounded on the stairs. There was a greatmurmur of voices which continued to draw near, amid which she seemed tohear her own name pronounced.
4.  "Well, monsieur, do you know who this great lady is?""No; I have heard Porthos speak of her, that's all.""Do you know who this pretended duchess is?
5.  "Monsieur," said Athos, letting him go, "you are not polite; itis easy to perceive that you come from a distance."D'Artagnan had already strode down three or four stairs, but atAthos's last remark he stopped short.
6.  "Yes, sire."


1.  Planchet went down into the yard, and wished to saddle thehorses; but the horses were all used up. Mousqueton's horsewhich had traveled for five or six hours without a rider the daybefore, might have been able to pursue the journey; but by aninconceivable error the veterinary surgeon, who had been sentfor, as it appeared, to bleed one of the host's horses, had bledMousqueton's.
2.  "There, Duke," said he, "you were right and I was wrong. Thewhole intrigue is political, and there is not the least questionof love in this letter; but, on the other hand, there is abundantquestion of you."
3.  The Englishmen bowed and went upstairs.
4.  The voice of the king was tremulous with anger. Everybody lookedand listened with astonishment, comprehending nothing of whatpassed.
5.  "Then you don't know me, sir?"
6.  The young men filled up their third of a glass with water;then, when they had drunk half the glass, they filled it upagain, and continued to do so. This brought them, by theend of the repast, to swallowing a drink which from thecolor of the ruby had passed to that of a pale topaz.Porthos ate his wing of the fowl timidly, and shuddered whenhe felt the knee of the procurator's wife under the table,as it came in search of his. He also drank half a glass ofthis sparingly served wine, and found it to be nothing butthat horrible Montreuil--the terror of all expert palates.M. Coquenard saw him swallowing this wine undiluted, andsighed deeply.


1.  The joy of the king was lively. He did not even give himself thetrouble to dissemble, and displayed it with affectation before thequeen. Louis XIII, like very weak mind, was wanting in generosity.But the king soon again became dull and indisposed; his brow was not oneof those that long remain clear. He felt that in returning to camp heshould re-enter slavery; nevertheless, he did return.The cardinal was for him the fascinating serpent, and himself the birdwhich flies from branch to branch without power to escape.The return to La Rochelle, therefore, was profoundly dull. Our fourfriends, in particular, astonished their comrades; they traveledtogether, side by side, with sad eyes and heads lowered. Athos alonefrom time to time raised his expansive brow; a flash kindled in hiseyes, and a bitter smile passed over his lips, then, like his comrades,he sank again into reverie.
2.  "Yes, it was so, my Lord, it was so--in the left side, and with aknife. Who can possibly have told you I had had that dream? Ihave imparted it to no one but my God, and that in my prayers.""I ask for no more. You love me, madame; it is enough.""I love you, I?"
3.  "When?"
4.  And at these words Lord de Winter passed his arm through that ofFelton, and led him out, laughing.
5.   "PERMIT you? I BESEECH you."
6.  Athos did not trust this reply, and he resumed; "you cannot havefailed to remark, my dear friend, that everyone has hisparticular kind of drunkenness, sad or gay. My drunkenness isalways sad, and when I am thoroughly drunk my mania is to relateall the lugubrious stories which my foolish nurse inculcated intomy brain. That is my failing--a capital failing, I admit; butwith that exception, I am a good drinker."


1.  "It is not Madame Bonacieux about whom I am anxious," criedD'Artagnan, "but the queen, whom the king abandons, whom thecardinal persecutes, and who sees the heads of all her friendsfall, one after the other."
2.  "Well?"
3.  "Ah, ah! You incline me to think so," said the king. "There isno doubt they went thither to fight themselves."
4、  "Go out this way," said she, opening a small private door,"and come back at eleven o'clock; we will then terminatethis conversation. Kitty will conduct you to my chamber."The poor girl almost fainted at hearing these words."Well, mademoiselle, what are you thinking about, standingthere like a statue? Do as I bid you: show the chevalierout; and this evening at eleven o'clock--you have heard whatI said."
5、  "Observe, it is probable that I may not be able to remain here.""Why?"




  • 宦小淮 08-08

      "To wait," replied Athos.

  • 呼新奇 08-08

      "Poor dear girl! But what can I do with you? I am goingaway the day after tomorrow."

  • 林建杨 08-08

       On the day after the morrow, by eleven o'clock, the two diamondstuds were finished, and they were so completely imitated, soperfectly alike, that Buckingham could not tell the new ones fromthe old ones, and experts in such matters would have beendeceived as he was. He immediately called D'Artagnan. "Here,"said he to him, "are the diamond studs that you came to bring;and be my witness that I have done all that human power coulddo."

  • 卢梭 08-08

      "It is only to poets that such things happen," said Athos,gravely.

  • 维他斯·白令 08-07

    {  "You are wrong, then. I would take the hundred pistoles. Youknow you have staked the harnesses against the horse or a hundredpistoles, at your choice."

  • 谭魏请 08-06

      "And I shall die in the performance of my duty."}

  • 伍洁称 08-06

      "Your wound?"

  • 符樱 08-06

      "By no means."

  • 李彦增 08-05

       "Awaken me! Do you think I ever sleep, then? I sleep no longer,monsieur. I sometimes dream, that's all. Come, then, as earlyas you like--at seven o'clock; but beware, if you and yourMusketeers are guilty."

  • 王林 08-03

    {  And they both set forward as fast as they could toward thecountry house of the worthy functionary.

  • 扶陶金 08-03

      "My husband had been at liberty these two or three days. I havenot yet had time to see him again. He is a worthy, honest manwho entertains neither love nor hatred for anybody. He will doanything I wish. He will set out upon receiving an order fromme, without knowing what he carries, and he will carry yourMajesty's letter, without even knowing it is from your Majesty,to the address which is on it."