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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  And Athos went out of the Parpaillot, followed byD'Artagnan. Aramis came behind, giving his arm to Porthos.Aramis mumbled verses to himself, and Porthos from time totime pulled a hair or two from his mustache, in sign ofdespair.
2.  Laporte made no further objection, and read:
3.  However ill the king might sleep, M. de Treville slept stillworse. He had ordered his three Musketeers and their companionto be with him at half past six in the morning. He took themwith him, without encouraging them or promising them anything,and without concealing from them that their luck, and even hisown, depended upon the cast of the dice.
4.  "He entered the apartment followed by a man in a mask. He wasmasked likewise; but I knew his step, I knew his voice, I knewhim by that imposing bearing which hell has bestowed upon hisperson for the curse of humanity.
5.  "That's wise--not for the lackeys," resumed Aramis, "but forthe master--for the masters, we may say. Are our lackeyssufficiently devoted to us to risk their lives for us? No.""My faith," said D'Artagnan. "I would almost answer forPlanchet."
6.  The officers were full of thanks, and took away their prey. Asthey were going down D'Artagnan laid his hand on the shoulder oftheir leader.


1.  "Why, this man is a cask!" said the host, aside. "If he onlyremains here a fortnight, and pays for what he drinks, I shallsoon re-establish my business."
2.  "To a certainty, Athos," said Aramis, "you were meant to bea general of the army! What do you think of the plan,gentlemen?"
3.  "But where is Athos now?" cried D'Artagnan. "Where is Athos?""In the cellar, monsieur."
4.  "At the other end of the town."
5.  "Himself."
6.  "The Bible," said Aramis, "make our belief in them a law; theghost of Samuel appeared to Saul, and it is an article of faiththat I should be very sorry to see any doubt thrown upon,Porthos."


1.  "A confession!"
2.  D'Artagnan opened it, and as the day was beginning to decline, heapproached the window to read it. The citizen followed him."'Do not seek your wife,'" read D'Artagnan; "'she will berestored to you when there is no longer occasion for her. If youmake a single step to find her you are lost.'
3.  "It is indeed a favor, young man," replied M. de Treville, "butit may not be so far beyond your hopes as you believe, or ratheras you appear to believe. But his majesty's decision is alwaysnecessary; and I inform you with regret that no one becomes aMusketeer without the preliminary ordeal of several campaigns,certain brilliant actions, or a service of two years in someother regiment less favored than ours."
4.  "No, upon honor and by the faith of a gentleman, I bought it withthe contents of my own purse," answered he whom they designatedby the name Porthos.
5.   Athos rose, and offering him his hand, "Be welcome, my Lord," said he,"you are one of us."
6.  "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.


1.  He immediately ran in the direction of Portsmouth, which he saw atnearly half a league before him, standing out in the haze of themorning, with its houses and towers.
2.  "Is it thus you perform your charge, monsieur?" continued theking, without directly replying to De Treville's question. "Isit for this I name you captain of my Musketeers, that they shouldassassinate a man, disturb a whole quarter, and endeavor to setfire to Paris, without your saying a word? But yet," continuedthe king, "undoubtedly my haste accuses you wrongfully; withoutdoubt the rioters are in prison, and you come to tell me justiceis done."
3.  Nothing makes time pass more quickly or more shortens a journeythan a thought which absorbs in itself all the faculties of theorganization of him who thinks. External existence thenresembles a sleep of which this thought is the dream. By itsinfluence, time has no longer measure, space has no longerdistance. We depart from one place, and arrive at another, thatis all. Of the interval passed, nothing remains in the memorybut a vague mist in which a thousand confused images of trees,mountains, and landscapes are lost. It was as a prey to thishallucination that D'Artagnan traveled, at whatever pace hishorse pleased, the six or eight leagues that separated Chantillyfrom Crevecoeur, without his being able to remember on hisarrival in the village any of the things he had passed or metwith on the road.
4、  "Twenty-five."
5、  "Oh, I know this country marvelously!"




  • 潘氏 08-11

      "If my Lord suspects they have been stolen, perhaps the personwho stole them still has them in his hands."

  • 文伟 08-11

      "But not until two o'clock," said D'Artagnan, with the samecalmness.

  • 宋金虎 08-11

       The cardinal, after having read these two lines, sank into a profoundreverie; but he did not return the paper to D'Artagnan."He is meditating by what sort of punishment he shall cause me to die,"said the Gascon to himself. "Well, my faith! he shall see how agentleman can die."

  • 吴鹏飞 08-11

      "I believe not; nevertheless I believe she runs some great perilfrom which your Grace alone can extricate her."

  • 李昌海 08-10

    {  "Force her door!" said the cardinal, "and for what purpose?""To do her violence, without doubt," said Athos. "I havehad the honor of informing your Eminence that these men weredrunk."

  • 维克兰特 08-09

      "Nor me either," said Athos.}

  • 保罗二世 08-09

      "We shall meet again, shall we not, monsieur?"

  • 刘颖萍 08-09

      "No, I have good luck, that is all. But how do you mean to passyour time till I come back? No more theses, no more glosses uponthe fingers or upon benedictions, hey?"

  • 林艺静 08-08

       On their way they met Grimaud. Athos made him a sign tocome with them. Grimaud, according to custom, obeyed insilence; the poor lad had nearly come to the pass offorgetting how to speak.

  • 盛骏 08-06

    {  "And adding to this, if there be need of it, meaning to offer youfifty pistoles, if, against all probability, you should be shortat the present moment."

  • 黄柳蓉 08-06

      Her skin was admired for its velvety softness; her hands and armswere of surpassing beauty, all the poets of the time singing themas incomparable.