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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Dead!" repeated the cardinal, who could not believe what he heard,"dead! Did you not say she was dead?"
2.  "Ah, good, then," replied Athos, "we will teach them, these doorbreakers!"
3.  "Badly, monsieur, badly!" replied a voice which the young manrecognized as that of Planchet; for, soliloquizing aloud, as verypreoccupied people do, he had entered the alley, at the end ofwhich were the stairs which led to his chamber.
4.  Planchet grasped him by the throat, and pressed as hard as hecould. "Monsieur," said he, "as long as I hold him in thismanner, he can't cry, I'll be bound; but as soon as I let go hewill howl again. I know him for a Norman, and Normans areobstinate."
5.  "Yes; but she would then be the accomplice of an
6.  "Ah, my yellow horse," cried he. "Aramis, look at thathorse!"


1.  "Yes," said Athos; "let us give the money to the lackeys--notto our lackeys, but to the lackeys of the Englishmen."Athos took the purse, and threw it into the hand of thecoachman. "For you and your comrades."
2.  "Without reckoning," objected Porthos, "that the queen wouldsave Monsieur de Buckingham, but would take no heed of us.""Gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, "what Porthos says is full ofsense."
3.  "Well," said Porthos, "arrange the table, Mousequeton, and whilewe breakfast, D'Artagnan will relate to us what has happened tohim during the ten days since he left us."
4.  The countenances of all gave evidence of terror, fornotwithstanding the friendly adieu of his Eminence, they plainlyperceived that the cardinal went away with rage in his heart.Athos alone smiled, with a self-possessed, disdainful smile.When the cardinal was out of hearing and sight, "That Grimaudkept bad watch!" cried Porthos, who had a great inclination tovent his ill-humor on somebody.
5.  During this time, exempt from the anxiety of its only and truechief, the royal army led a joyous life, neither provisions normoney being wanting in the camp. All the corps rivaled oneanother in audacity and gaiety. To take spies and hang them, tomake hazardous expeditions upon the dyke or the sea, to imaginewild plans, and to execute them coolly--such were the pastimeswhich made the army find these days short which were not only solong to the Rochellais, a prey to famine and anxiety, but even tothe cardinal, who blockaded them so closely.
6.  Porthos pretended to be confused. "Ah," said he, "you haveremarked--"


1.  "Oh, what do I not owe you, Aramis?" said D'Artagnan. "DearConstance! I have at length, then, intelligence of you. Shelives; she is in safety in a convent; she is at Bethune! Whereis Bethune, Athos?"
2.  Bazin was then at the height of joy. In all probability, thistime his master would not retract. The union of physical painwith moral uneasiness had produced the effect so long desired.Aramis, suffering at once in body and mind, had at length fixedhis eyes and his thoughts upon religion, and he had considered asa warning from heaven the double accident which had happened tohim; that is to say, the sudden disappearance of his mistress andthe wound in his shoulder.
3.  "Yes. Have you any friend whose clock is too slow?""Well?"
4.  At the same moment the door of the cell yielded to a shock, rather thanopened; several men rushed into the chamber. Mme. Bonacieux had sunkinto an armchair, without the power of moving.
5.   "What!" demanded D'Artagnan.
6.  "I do not retreat, MORDIEU!" cried the citizen, swearing in orderto rouse his courage. "Besides, by the faith of Bonacieux--""You call yourself Bonacieux?" interrupted D'Artagnan."Yes, that is my name."


1.  The interrogatories, preceded by a minute search operated uponthe persons arrested, were almost always framed thus: "Has MadameBonacieux sent anything to you for her husband, or any otherperson? Has Monsieur Bonacieux sent anything to you for hiswife, or for any other person? Has either of them confidedanything to you by word of mouth?"
2.  "And was this lady young and handsome?" asked the cardinal,with a certain degree of anxiety.
3.  "Sire," said the queen, "I can send for them to the Louvre, wherethey are, and thus your Majesty's wishes will be complied with.""Do so, madame, do so, and that at once; for within an hour theballet will commence."
4、  "This feast is not very succulent; but never mind, I will put upwith it for the sake of remaining with you."
5、  Athos and D'Artagnan, with the activity of two soldiers andthe knowledge of two connoisseurs, hardly required threehours to purchase the entire equipment of the Musketeer.Besides, Athos was very easy, and a noble to his fingers'ends. When a thing suited him he paid the price demanded,without thinking to ask for any abatement. D'Artagnan wouldhave remonstrated at this; but Athos put his hand upon hisshoulder, with a smile, and D'Artagnan understood that itwas all very well for such a little Gascon gentleman ashimself to drive a bargain, but not for a man who had thebearing of a prince. The Musketeer met with a superbAndalusian horse, black as jet, nostrils of fire, legs cleanand elegant, rising six years. He examined him, and foundhim sound and without blemish. They asked a thousand livresfor him.




  • 霍尔库姆 08-05

      "And I also," said Porthos.

  • 柯洛克斯泰 08-05

      "The name of that port?"

  • 娄音妮 08-05

       "Your Majesty probably refers to God," said M. de Treville; "forI know no one except God who can be so far above your Majesty.""No, monsieur; I speak of the prop of the state, of my onlyservant, of my only friend--of the cardinal."

  • 许银川 08-05

      "One of your friends?" interrupted Mme. Bonacieux."Without doubt; Aramis is one of my best friends.""Aramis! Who is he?"

  • 普霍夫 08-04

    {  D'Artagnan, walking and soliloquizing, had arrived within a fewsteps of the hotel d'Arguillon and in front of that hotelperceived Aramis, chatting gaily with three gentlemen; but as hehad not forgotten that it was in presence of this young man thatM. de Treville had been so angry in the morning, and as a witnessof the rebuke the Musketeers had received was not likely to be atall agreeable, he pretended not to see him. D'Artagnan, on thecontrary, quite full of his plans of conciliation and courtesy,approached the young men with a profound bow, accompanied by amost gracious smile. All four, besides, immediately broke offtheir conversation.

  • 汪建设 08-03

      A similar signal replied to him; and five minutes after, a boatappeared, rowed by four men.}

  • 李星 08-03

      Someone was heard in the corridor; Milady recognized the step ofLord de Winter.

  • 赵普 08-03

      "You saw your wi--"

  • 章亚东 08-02

       "Monsieur shall see that upon occasion I have some left; only Ibeg Monsieur not to be too prodigal of it if he wishes it to lastlong."

  • 楼东户 07-31

    {  D'Artagnan ran after her. It was not difficult for him toovertake a woman embarrassed with her cloak. He came up with herbefore she had traversed a third of the street. The unfortunatewoman was exhausted, not by fatigue, but by terror, and whenD'Artagnan placed his hand upon her shoulder, she sank upon oneknee, crying in a choking voice, "Kill me, if you please, youshall know nothing!"

  • 董宪超 07-31

      "You are a brave young man," said Buckingham, holding out hishand to D'Artagnan, who pressed it respectfully. "You offer meyour services; with the same frankness I accept them. Follow usat a distance of twenty paces, as far as the Louvre, and ifanyone watches us, slay him!"