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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Thanks, my captain!" replied D'Artagnan, who wished fornothing better than an opportunity to distinguish himselfunder the eye of the lieutenant general.
2.  Aramis continued:
3.  "Oh, she DID love me!"
4.  Treville had grasped the weak side of his master; and it was tothis address that he owed the long and constant favor of a kingwho has not left the reputation behind him of being very faithfulin his friendships. He paraded his Musketeers before theCardinal Armand Duplessis with an insolent air which made thegray moustache of his Eminence curl with ire. Trevilleunderstood admirably the war method of that period, in which hewho could not live at the expense of the enemy must live at theexpense of his compatriots. His soldiers formed a legion ofdevil-may-care fellows, perfectly undisciplined toward all buthimself.
5.  We must confess these three strange names struck us; and itimmediately occurred to us that they were but pseudonyms, underwhich D'Artagnan had disguised names perhaps illustrious, or elsethat the bearers of these borrowed names had themselves chosenthem on the day in which, from caprice, discontent, or want offortune, they had donned the simple Musketeer's uniform.>From the moment we had no rest till we could find some trace incontemporary works of these extraordinary names which had sostrongly awakened our curiosity.
6.  But there, as he was alighting from his horse at the gate of theJolly Miller, without anyone--host, waiter, or hostler--coming tohold his stirrup or take his horse, D'Artagnan spied, though anopen window on the ground floor, a gentleman, well-made and ofgood carriage, although of rather a stern countenance, talkingwith two persons who appeared to listen to him with respect.D'Artagnan fancied quite naturally, according to his custom, thathe must be the object of their conversation, and listened. Thistime D'Artagnan was only in part mistaken; he himself was not inquestion, but his horse was. The gentleman appeared to beenumerating all his qualities to his auditors; and, as I havesaid, the auditors seeming to have great deference for thenarrator, they every moment burst into fits of laughter. Now, asa half-smile was sufficient to awaken the irascibility of theyoung man, the effect produced upon him by this vociferous mirthmay be easily imagined.


1.  "That's true," said the Guardsman, astonished that his name hadnot produced more effect upon the young man.
2.  "No. Who are these gentleman?"
3.  In the meantime, the mousetrap continued in operation, andlikewise D'Artagnan's vigilance.
4.  "Oh, good lord," cried Porthos, "what precautions for the studyof theology!"
5.  "About how much?"
6.  "Oh, saved, saved!" cried she. "Yes, there is the sky; here isthe sea! The air I breathe is the air of liberty! Ah, thanks,Felton, thanks!"


1.  The queen was, as we have said, of great beauty. The commissionmight well be called delicate; and the king had reached, in hisjealousy of Buckingham, the point of not being jealous of anyoneelse.
2.  "Yes," replied Mme. Bonacieux; "therefore, ask my own secrets,and I will reveal them to you; but those of others--that is quiteanother thing."
3.  "Do you remember me?" said he to the host, who advanced to greethim.
4.  Standing before the chimney was a man of middle height, of ahaughty, proud mien; with piercing eyes, a large brow, and a thinface, which was made still longer by a ROYAL (or IMPERIAL, as itis now called), surmounted by a pair of mustaches. Although thisman was scarcely thirty-six or thirty-seven years of age, hair,mustaches, and royal, all began to be gray. This man, except asword, had all the appearance of a soldier; and his buff bootsstill slightly covered with dust, indicated that he had been onhorseback in the course of the day.
5.   "Ah, monseigneur."
6.  "Precisely," said the cardinal.


1.  "Your affair has become more complicated since yesterday evening,my good man, and I advise you to tell the whole truth; for yourrepentance alone can remove the anger of the cardinal.""Why, I am ready to tell everything," cried Bonacieux, "at least,all that I know. Interrogate me, I entreat you!""Where is your wife, in the first place?"
2.  "The queen charged me to tell you to watch over yourself, for she hadadvice that your assassination would be attempted.""And is that all--is that all?" replied Buckingham, impatiently."She likewise charged me to tell you that she still loved you.""Ah," said Buckingham, "God be praised! My death, then, will not be toher as the death of a stranger!"
3.  "Constance."
4、  "Monsieur Chevalier, far off or near," said Kitty, "I shallalways love you."
5、  "You have my word," said he; "for the second time I give youyour life."




  • 李云胜 08-11

      "Have you any chamber on the ground floor where thesegentlemen can wait near a good fire?" said the cardinal.The host opened the door of a large room, in which an oldstove had just been replaced by a large and excellentchimney.

  • 沙国河 08-11

      "It appears so," said Athos, "since here they are. I don'tsuppose that our friend D'Artagnan has added any of his ownto the amount."

  • 董友军 08-11

       "Ah, bah! Which?"

  • 阿蒙 08-11

      "Yes. Must I take anything with me?"

  • 俞建华 08-10

    {  And she made a sign for Kitty to leave the room.

  • 周立新 08-09

      "To you--no, to you alone! Listen to me, rather than add to mydestruction, rather than add to my ignominy!"}

  • 季建业 08-09

      Milady recoiled, uttering a cry. D'Artagnan, believing she might havemeans of flight and fearing she should escape, drew a pistol from hisbelt; but Athos raised his hand.

  • 任爱丽 08-09

      M. Bonacieux was at his door. D'Artagnan's intention was to goout without speaking to the worthy mercer; but the latter made sopolite and friendly a salutation that his tenant felt obliged,not only to stop, but to enter into conversation with him.Besides, how is it possible to avoid a little condescensiontoward a husband whose pretty wife has appointed a meeting withyou that same evening at St. Cloud, opposite D'Estrees'spavilion? D'Artagnan approached him with the most amiable air hecould assume.

  • 王某宝 08-08

       "Well, it is true!" said Anne of Austria; "and the spies of thecardinal have served him faithfully. I have written a lettertoday; that letter is not yet gone. The letter is here." Andthe queen laid her beautiful hand on her bosom.

  • 王坤宁 08-06

    {  "He is right," said Porthos; "battle. Besides, we must tryour now arms."

  • 刘震 08-06

      "Now is my time to make peace with this gallant man," saidD'Artagnan to himself, having stood on one side during the wholeof the latter part of the conversation; and with this goodfeeling drawing near to Aramis, who was departing without payingany attention to him, "Monsieur," said he, "you will excuse me, Ihope."