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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What is his name?"
2.  "Now, then, who are you?" asked the Englishman.
3.  "Yes, frankly and loyally," replied the cardinal, in thesame tone. "All this negotiation must be carried onopenly."
4.  "In your place, I would do one thing."
5.  On returning in the evening to his quarters at the bridge of La Pierre,the cardinal found, standing before the house he occupied, D'Artagnan,without his sword, and the three Musketeers armed.This time, as he was well attended, he looked at them sternly, and madea sign with his eye and hand for D'Artagnan to follow him.D'Artagnan obeyed.
6.  "This horse is decidedly, or rather has been in his youth, abuttercup," resumed the stranger, continuing the remarks he hadbegun, and addressing himself to his auditors at the window,without paying the least attention to the exasperation ofD'Artagnan, who, however placed himself between him and them."It is a color very well known in botany, but till the presenttime very rare among horses."


1.  "He will be found."
2.  The four countenances expressed four different feelings:that of Porthos, tranquillity; that of D'Artagnan, hope;that of Aramis, uneasiness; that of Athos, carelessness.At the end of a moment's conversation, in which Porthoshinted that a lady of elevated rank had condescended torelieve him from his embarrassment, Mousqueton entered. Hecame to request his master to return to his lodgings, wherehis presence was urgent, as he piteously said.
3.  "What next? what next?"
4.  "Yes, it was I; so you may plainly perceive that you have nomercy to expect of you do not tell me the whole truth.""Condescend to listen to me, and you shall know all.""I listen."
5.  Porthos did not feel the ridicule of this, and took it for apiece of simplicity, at which he laughed in his largemustache. Mme. Coquenard, who knew that a simple-mindedprocurator was a very rare variety in the species, smiled alittle, and colored a great deal.
6.  "Bravo, Monsieur Grimaud!" said Athos; "and now take this.That's well. We dispense with your saying grace."Grimaud silently swallowed the glass of Bordeaux wine; but hiseyes, raised toward heaven during this delicious occupation,spoke a language which, though mute, was not the less expressive."And now," said Athos, "unless Monsieur Cardinal should form theingenious idea of ripping up Grimaud, I think we may be prettymuch at our ease respecting the letter."


1.  "Still another obstacle," murmured Mme. Bonacieux, sorrowfully."As to that," cried D'Artagnan, after a moment of reflection, "Ishall surmount it, be assured."
2.  "Then run to the door, and open it yourself."
3.  "Well," said the young woman, "what you dreaded has happened. Thisevening, or tomorrow, the cardinal will send someone to take you away.""Who told you that, my dear?" asked Milady.
4.  "Oh, it was in vain she told me you would not come! I hoped in silence.I was not willing to fly. Oh, I have done well! How happy I am!"At this word SHE, Athos, who had seated himself quietly, started up."SHE! What she?" asked D'Artagnan.
5.   "Oh, my God, my God," cried Mme. Bonacieux, "what is it?""It is the uniform of the cardinal's Guards. Not an instant to be lost!Fly, fly!"
6.  "Wait, wait!" said the duke. "The only time I have worn thesestuds was at a ball given by the king eight days ago at Windsor.The Comtesse de Winter, with whom I had quarreled, becamereconciled to me at that ball. That reconciliation was nothingbut the vengeance of a jealous woman. I have never seen her fromthat day. The woman is an agent of the cardinal.""He has agents, then, throughout the world?" cried D'Artagnan."Oh, yes," said Buckingham, grating his teeth with rage. "Yes,he is a terrible antagonist. But when is this ball to takeplace?"


1.  "She went to meet the Duchesse de Chevreuse and the Duke of Buckingham.""Yes," cried Bonacieux, recalling all his remembrances of thecircumstances, "yes, that's it. Your Eminence is right. I toldmy wife several times that it was surprising that linen drapersshould live in such houses as those, in houses that had no signs;but she always laughed at me. Ah, monseigneur!" continuedBonacieux, throwing himself at his Eminence's feet, "ah, howtruly you are the cardinal, the great cardinal, the man of geniuswhom all the world reveres!"
2.  "A very respectable lady," said Aramis.
3.  Felton had fallen; but there was still another step to be taken.He must be retained, or rather he must be left quite alone; andMilady but obscurely perceived the means which could lead to thisresult.
4、  "Rather say that you have a new love."
5、  After a moment of silence employed by Milady in observing theyoung man who listened to her, Milady continued her recital."It was nearly three days since I had eaten or drunk anything. Isuffered frightful torments. At times there passed before meclouds which pressed my brow, which veiled my eyes; this wasdelirium.




  • 李恩洋 08-05

      Treville said to himself: "If the cardinal has set this youngfox upon me, he will certainly not have failed--he, who knows howbitterly I execrate him--to tell his spy that the best means ofmaking his court to me is to rail at him. Therefore, in spite ofall my protestations, if it be as I suspect, my cunning gossipwill assure me that he holds his Eminence in horror."It, however, proved otherwise. D'Artagnan answered, with thegreatest simplicity: "I came to Paris with exactly suchintentions. My father advised me to stoop to nobody but theking, the cardinal, and yourself--whom he considered the firstthree personages in France."

  • 丁锐 08-05

      "Alas, do you love nothing else in me?" asked D'Artagnan."I love you also, YOU!" said she, taking his hand.The warm pressure made D'Artagnan tremble, as if by thetouch that fever which consumed Milady attacked himself."You love me, you!" cried he. "Oh, if that were so, I should lose my reason!"And he folded her in his arms, She made no effort to removeher lips from his kisses; only she did not respond to them.Her lips were cold; it appeared to D'Artagnan that he hadembraced a statue.

  • 马家洋 08-05

       "How can it be otherwise, my dear Bonacieux?" replied D'Artagnan;"trust me, I am fully grateful for such unparalleled conduct, andif, as I told you, I can be of any service to you--""I believe you, monsieur, I believe you; and as I was about tosay, by the word of Bonacieux, I have confidence in you.""Finish, then, what you were about to say."

  • 万季飞 08-05

      "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."

  • 刘军国 08-04

    {  "Do you know Athos?"

  • 巴桑 08-03

      "But however near it may be," replied D'Artagnan, "I cannotgo thither in this quise."}

  • 刘嘉玲 08-03

      "Three times she attempted to kill me, and I pardoned her; but shemurdered the woman I loved. Then my friends and I took her, tried her,and condemned her."

  • 杨福林 08-03

      He walked six or seven times round the Place Royale, turningat every ten steps to look at the light in Milady'sapartment, which was to be seen through the blinds. It wasevident that this time the young woman was not in such hasteto retire to her apartment as she had been the first.At length the light disappeared. With this light wasextinguished the last irresolution in the heart ofD'Artagnan. He recalled to his mind the details of thefirst night, and with a beating heart and a brain on fire here-entered the hotel and flew toward Kitty's chamber.The poor girl, pale as death and trembling in all her limbs,wished to delay her lover; but Milady, with her ear on thewatch, had heard the noise D'Artagnan had made, and openingthe door, said, "Come in."

  • 洪仕建 08-02

       "But he will not wish for only one harness."

  • 王康健 07-31

    {  "Well, of the four horses of our lackeys we will make two for themasters, for which we will draw lots. With the four hundredlivres we will make the half of one for one of the unmounted, andthen we will give the turnings out of our pockets to D'Artagnan,who has a steady hand, and will go and play in the first gaminghouse we come to. There!"

  • 刘金梅 07-31

      Athos looked at his watch.