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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Is your secret of enough importance to me to spare yourlife for it?" asked the young man, withholding his arm."Yes; if you think existence worth anything to a man oftwenty, as you are, and who may hope for everything, beinghandsome and brave, as you are."
2.  "Monsieur de Busigny," said Athos, "will you be so kind asto set your watch with mine, or permit me to regulate mineby yours?"
3.  "And did my husband know I had been carried off?""He was informed of it by a letter, written to him by theabductor himself."
4.  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!"
5.  "That's the man!" cried D'Artagnan, "again he, forever he! He ismy demon, apparently. And the other?"
6.  "Without speaking to anyone but yourself?"


1.  D'Artagnan bowed to Mme. Bonacieux, darting at her the mostloving glance that he could possibly concentrate upon hercharming little person; and while he descended the stairs, heheard the door closed and double-locked. In two bounds he was atthe Louvre; as he entered the wicket of L'Echelle, ten o'clockstruck. All the events we have described had taken place withina half hour.
2.  "I think I know him."
3.  "Yes, I want your chaise."
4.  This sleep, provincial as it was, brought him to nine o'clock inthe morning; at which hour he rose, in order to repair to theresidence of M. de Treville, the third personage in the kingdompaternal estimation.
5.  Porthos alone made no reply.
6.  "Well," said Porthos to Aramis, "we must do something.""Monsieur is full of generosity," said Athos.


1.  "Why, about fifteen or eighteen days ago."
2.  "Have the goodness to send mine to Athos's residence. I shoulddread some disagreeable encounter if I were to go home.""Be easy. Adieu, and a prosperous voyage. A PROPOS," said M. deTreville, calling him back.
3.  D'Artagnan and Planchet mounted, and took the road to St.Germain.
4.  "No."
5.   "By the way," resumed De Winter, stopping at the threshold of thedoor, "you must not, Milady, let this check take away yourappetite. Taste that fowl and those fish. On my honor, they arenot poisoned. I have a very good cook, and he is not to be myheir; I have full and perfect confidence in him. Do as I do.Adieu, dear sister, till your next swoon!"
6.  "Let me see it," said Milady.


1.  "Afterward? Why, in passing through Lilliers you will send me yourchaise, with an order to your servant to place himself at my disposal.""Well."
2.  "Gentlemen," said Athos, "no divided attention, I beg; leteach one pick out his man."
3.  D'Artagnan fancied himself very cunning when advising Miladyto renounce, by pardoning De Wardes, the furious projectsshe had formed.
4、  "Speak lower!" said Athos.
5、  "There remains the valise," added Porthos.




  • 胡中祥 08-04

      "What diabolical villainy you have performed here," said Porthos,when the officer had rejoined his companions and the four friendsfound themselves alone. "Shame, shame, for four Musketeers toallow an unfortunate fellow who cried for help to be arrested istheir midst! And a gentleman to hobnob with a bailiff!""Porthos," said Aramis, "Athos has already told you that you area simpleton, and I am quite of his opinion. D'Artagnan, you area great man; and when you occupy Monsieur de Treville's place, Iwill come and ask your influence to secure me an abbey.""Well, I am in a maze," said Porthos; "do YOU approve of whatD'Artagnan has done?"

  • 王乃 08-04

      "Oh, from some heartbroken waiting woman, some despondingGRISETTE; from Madame de Chevreuse's chambermaid, perhaps, whowas obliged to return to Tours with her mistress, and who, inorder to appear smart and attractive, stole some perfumed paper,and sealed her letter with a duchess's coronet."

  • 李治佩 08-04

       "Then the news I brought you is of value?"

  • 马新生 08-04

      "Is this, then, a campaign upon which we are now entering?""One of a most dangerous kind, I give you notice.""Ah! But if we do risk being killed," said Porthos, "at least Ishould like to know what for."

  • 穆罕默德·赫加齐 08-03

    {  The three friends uttered a cry of surprise.

  • 马侠 08-02

      "I was afraid I had made a mistake in the chamber, and that I hadfound my way into the apartment of some churchman. Then anothererror seized me on seeing you in company with these gentlemen--Iwas afraid you were dangerously ill."}

  • 臧洪娜 08-02

      "It is you, sire, who have now incurred hers. And even if shewere to be seriously offended, I could well understand it; yourMajesty has treated her with a severity--"

  • 冯婉贞 08-02

      Grimaud understood that it was to be a breakfast on thegrass, took the basket, packed up the viands, added thebottles, and then took the basket on his arm.

  • 维季奇 08-01

       "Yes, to make him come to Paris; and when once come to Paris, todraw him into some snare."

  • 周应忠 07-30

    {  They took leave of each other, and in ten minutes, after havingcommended his friend to the cares of the hostess and Bazin,D'Artagnan was trotting along in the direction of Ameins.How was he going to find Athos? Should he find him at all? Theposition in which he had left him was critical. He probably hadsuccumbed. This idea, while darkening his brow, drew severalsighs from him, and caused him to formulate to himself a few vowsof vengeance. Of all his friends, Athos was the eldest, and theleast resembling him in appearance, in his tastes and sympathies.Yet he entertained a marked preference for this gentleman. Thenoble and distinguished air of Athos, those flashes of greatnesswhich from time to time broke out from the shade in which hevoluntarily kept himself, that unalterable equality of temperwhich made him the most pleasant companion in the world, thatforced and cynical gaiety, that bravery which might have beentermed blind if it had not been the result of the rarestcoolness-such qualities attracted more than the esteem, more thanthe friendship of D'Artagnan; they attracted his admiration.Indeed, when placed beside M. de Treville, the elegant and noblecourtier, Athos in his most cheerful days might advantageouslysustain a comparison. He was of middle height; but his personwas so admirably shaped and so well proportioned that more thanonce in his struggles with Porthos he had overcome the giantwhose physical strength was proverbial among the Musketeers. Hishead, with piercing eyes, a straight nose, a chim cut like thatof Brutus, had altogether an indefinable character of grandeurand grace. His hands, of which he took little care, were thedespair of Aramis, who cultivated his with almond paste andperfumed oil. The sound of his voice was at once penetrating andmelodious; and then, that which was inconceivable in Athos, whowas always retiring, was that delicate knowledge of the world andof the usages of the most brilliant society-those manners of ahigh degree which appeared, as if unconsciously to himself, inhis least actions.

  • 骆宾王 07-30

      Buckingham at once remembered the circumstance, and suspectingthat something was going on in France of which it was necessaryhe should be informed, he only took the time to inquire where themessenger was, and recognizing from afar the uniform of theGuards, he put his horse into a gallop, and rode straight up toD'Artagnan. Patrick discreetly kept in the background."No misfortune has happened to the queen?" cried Buckingham, theinstant he came up, throwing all his fear and love into thequestion.