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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I hope at the same time to procure you amusement and glory,gentlemen," said Athos. "I have induced you to take acharming promenade; here is a delicious breakfast; andyonder are five hundred persons, as you may see through theloopholes, taking us for heroes or madmen--two classes ofimbeciles greatly resembling each other."
2.  "Oh, good Lord!" said Kitty, in a low voice, "what is thematter with you? How pale you are!"
3.  "Well, then, let us all fly," said Athos, "and leave nobodyhere but Planchet to bring us news."
4.  "Come in, my dear John," said Lord de Winter, "come in, and shutthe door."
5.  "Sire," resumed Treville, "as I told you, Monsieur d'Artagnan islittle more than a boy; and as he has not the honor of being aMusketeer, he was dressed as a citizen. The Guards of thecardinal, perceiving his youth and that he did not belong to thecorps, invited him to retire before they attacked.""so you may plainly see, Treville," interrupted the king, "it wasthey who attacked?"
6.  "The part she plays, PARDIEU! It is not difficult to divinethat, after all you have told me. She is some emissary ofthe cardinal; a woman who will draw you into a snare inwhich you will leave your head."


1.  D'Artagnan held onto this idea, which, from what he had heard,was not wanting in probability.
2.  The Englishman looked at Athos, believing that he jested,but Athos did not jest the least in the world.
3.  It could not be said that it was wine which produced thissadness; for in truth he only drank to combat this sadness, whichwine however, as we have said, rendered still darker. Thisexcess of bilious humor could not be attributed to play; forunlike Porthos, who accompanied the variations of chance withsongs or oaths, Athos when he won remained as unmoved as when helost. He had been known, in the circle of the Musketeers, to winin one night three thousand pistoles; to lose them even to thegold-embroidered belt for gala days, win all this again with theaddition of a hundred louis, without his beautiful eyebrow beingheightened or lowered half a line, without his hands losing theirpearly hue, without his conversation, which was cheerful thatevening, ceasing to be calm and agreeable.
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.  "No doubt," said Milady, coolly, "such a woman may befound."
6.  This began to be annoying. All these successive accidents wereperhaps the result of chance; but they might be the fruits of aplot. Athos and D'Artagnan went out, while Planchet was sent toinquire if there were not three horses for sale in theneighborhood. At the door stood two horses, fresh, strong, andfully equipped. These would just have suited them. He askedwhere their masters were, and was informed that they had passedthe night in the inn, and were then settling their bill with thehost.


1.  "Capital!" cried Athos; "you are the king of poets, my dearAramis. You speak like the Apocalypse, and you are as trueas the Gospel. There is nothing now to do but to put theaddress to this letter."
2.  "That's well! Now let us everyone retire to his own home," saidD'Artagnan, as if he had done nothing but command all his life;"and attention! For from this moment we are at feud with thecardinal."
3.  "My dear D'Artagnan," said Aramis, "don't be too angry with me, Ibeg. Necessity has no law; besides, I am the person punished, asthat rascally horsedealer has robbed me of fifty louis, at least.Ah, you fellows are good managers! You ride on our lackey'shorses, and have your own gallant steeds led along carefully byhand, at short stages."
4.  "If I am not yet a Musketeer," said he to his new friends, as hepassed through the gateway of M. de Treville's hotel, "at least Ihave entered upon my apprenticeship, haven't I?"
5.   "Oh, fear nothing, madame!" said the young woman, clasping herhands and weeping herself at the queen's sorrows; "I am yourMajesty's, body and soul, and however far I may be from you,however inferior may be my position, I believe I have discovereda means of extricating your Majesty from your trouble.""You, oh, heaven, you!" cried the queen; "but look me in theface. I am betrayed on all sides. Can I trust in you?""Oh, madame!" cried the young woman, falling on her knees; "uponmy soul, I am ready to die for your Majesty!"
6.  "You are welcome, monsieur," said Milady, in a voice whosesingular sweetness contrasted with the symptoms of ill-humorwhich D'Artagnan had just remarked; "you have today acquiredeternal rights to my gratitude."


1.  "And a magnificent one!" cried the host.
2.  "And yet, me--you see plainly that I love you."
3.  "Ah, you do not love me!" cried Kitty, "and I am verywretched."
4、  Then when she had no longer any doubt, she cried, in a state ofstupor, "What, my brother, is it you?"
5、  D'Artagnan left M. de Treville, touched more than ever by hispaternal solicitude for his Musketeers.




  • 罗异 08-09

      This time Bonacieux became so pale that D'Artagnan could not helpperceiving it, and asked him what was the matter."Nothing," replied Bonacieux, "nothing. Since my misfortunes Ihave been subject to faintnesses, which seize me all at once, andI have just felt a cold shiver. Pay no attention to it; you havenothing to occupy yourself with but being happy.""Then I have full occupation, for I am so."

  • 鲍勃-佛古森 08-09

      At the cries of M. de Treville, the whole assemblage rushed intothe cabinet, he not thinking to shut the door against anyone, andall crowded round the wounded man. But all this eager attentionmight have been useless if the doctor was so loudly called forhad chanced to be in the hotel. He pushed through the crowd,approached Athos, still insensible, and as all this noise andcommotion inconvenienced him greatly, he required, as the firstand most urgent thing, that the Musketeer should be carried intoan adjoining chamber. Immediately M. de Treville opened andpointed the way to Porthos and Aramis, who bore their comrade intheir arms. Behind this group walked the surgeon; and behind thesurgeon the door closed.

  • 周福明 08-09

       "But how shall we get back?"

  • 周玮 08-09

      "I did not know that," replied M. de Treville, in a somewhatsoftened tone. "The cardinal exaggerated, as I perceive.""But pray, sir," continued Aramis, who, seeing his captain becomeappeased, ventured to risk a prayer, "do not say that Athos iswounded. He would be in despair if that should come to the earsof the king; and as the wound is very serious, seeing that aftercrossing the shoulder it penetrates into the chest, it is to be feared--"At this instant the tapestry was raised and a noble and handsomehead, but frightfully pale, appeared under the fringe."Athos!" cried the two Musketeers.

  • 孟飞 08-08

    {  "You will hear me to the end, my Lord. You have seduced this younggirl; you have outraged, defiled her. Repair your crimes toward her;let her go free, and I will exact nothing else from you.""You will exact!" said Buckingham, looking at Felton with astonishment,and dwelling upon each syllable of the three words as he pronouncedthem.

  • 董关鹏 08-07


  • 克里浦斯 08-07


  • 黄应松 08-07

      "The secret is," said Athos, "that I saw Milady last night."D'Artagnan was lifting a glass to his lips; but at the nameof Milady, his hand trembled so, that he was obliged to putthe glass on the ground again for fear of spilling thecontents."

  • 刘韵文 08-06

       At seven o'clock in the morning he arose and called Planchet, whoat the second summons opened the door, his countenance not yetquite freed from the anxiety of the preceding night."Planchet," said D'Artagnan, "I am going out for all day,perhaps. You are, therefore, your own master till seven o'clockin the evening; but at seven o'clock you must hold yourself inreadiness with two horses."

  • 潘氏 08-04

    {  "Let your Majesty remember," said Treville, "that Monsieur Athosis the Musketeer who, in the annoying duel which you areacquainted with, had the misfortune to wound Monsieur de Cahusacso seriously. A PROPOS, monseigneur," continued Treville.Addressing the cardinal, "Monsieur de Cahusac is quite recovered,is he not?"

  • 叶童 08-04

      Felton was a Puritan; he abandoned the hand of this woman to kissher feet.