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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Because she flew into a great passion on receiving the letter,saying that Monsieur Porthos was a weathercock, and that she wassure it was for some woman he had received this wound.""Has he been wounded, then?"
2.  "Certes, these fellows will all either be imprisoned or hanged,"thought the terrified D'Artagnan, "and I, no doubt, with them;for from the moment I have either listened to or heard them, Ishall be held as an accomplice. What would my good father say,who so strongly pointed out to me the respect due to thecardinal, if he knew I was in the society of such pagans?"We have no need, therefore, to say that D'Artagnan dared not joinin the conversation, only he looked with all his eyes andlistened with all his ears, stretching his five senses so as tolose nothing; and despite his confidence on the paternaladmonitions, he felt himself carried by his tastes and led by hisinstincts to praise rather than to blame the unheard-of thingswhich were taking place.
3.  Bazin gone, the mendicant cast a rapid glance around him inorder to be sure that nobody could either see or hear him,and opening his ragged vest, badly held together by aleather strap, he began to rip the upper part of hisdoublet, from which he drew a letter.
4.  There were then, as now, a crowd of young and pretty women whocame to St. Cloud, and who had reasons for not being seen, andyet D'Artagnan did not for an instant doubt that it was Mme.Bonacieux whom the boatman had noticed.
5.  "Ah!" said Porthos, brightening, "that's well as regards myhorse; but I must have the appointments complete, as theyinclude objects which a Musketeer alone can purchase, andwhich will not amount, besides, to more than three hundredlivres."
6.  Athos examined it and became very pale. He tried it on hisleft hand; it fit his finger as if made for it.


1.  "Yes, but I thought perhaps you had worn out all your courage thefirst time."
2.  "My Lord, they shall be yours."
3.  Planchet and Fourreau, as pale as death, were trying to givehim succor; but it was plain that all assistance wasuseless--all the features of the dying man were distortedwith agony.
4.  Fifty vessels were waiting to set out. Passing alongside one ofthem, D'Artagnan fancied he perceived on board it the woman ofMeung--the same whom the unknown gentleman had called Milady, andwhom D'Artagnan had thought so handsome; but thanks to thecurrent of the stream and a fair wind, his vessel passed soquickly that he had little more than a glimpse of her.The next day about nine o'clock in the morning, he landed at St.Valery. D'Artagnan went instantly in search of the inn, andeasily discovered it by the riotous noise which resounded fromit. War between England and France was talked of as near andcertain, and the jolly sailors were having a carousal.D'Artagnan made his way through the crowd, advanced toward thehost, and pronounced the word "Forward!" The host instantly madehim a sign to follow, went out with him by a door which openedinto a yard, led him to the stable, where a saddled horse awaitedhim, and asked him if he stood in need of anything else."I want to know the route I am to follow," said D'Artagnan."Go from hence to Blangy, and from Blangy to Neufchatel. AtNeufchatel, go to the tavern of the Golden Harrow, give thepassword to the landlord, and you will find, as you have here, ahorse ready saddled."
5.  "No; what I think astonishing is that you should expect mycoming."
6.  "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."


1.  "As it was a time of war between the Catholics and the Huguenots,and as he saw the Catholics exterminate the Huguenots and theHuguenots exterminate the Catholics--all in the name ofreligion--he adopted a mixed belief which permitted him to besometimes Catholic, sometimes a Huguenot. Now, he was accustomedto walk with his fowling piece on his shoulder, behind the hedgeswhich border the roads, and when he saw a Catholic coming alone,the Protestant religion immediately prevailed in his mind. Helowered his gun in the direction of the traveler; then, when hewas within ten paces of him, he commenced a conversation whichalmost always ended by the traveler's abandoning his purse tosave his life. It goes without saying that when he saw aHuguenot coming, he felt himself filled with such ardent Catholiczeal that he could not understand how, a quarter of an hourbefore, he had been able to have any doubts upon the superiorityof our holy religion. For my part, monsieur, I am Catholic--myfather, faithful to his principles, having made my elder brothera Huguenot."
2.  "You had only read a line or two," said D'Artagnan; "read theletter again from the commencement."
3.  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.
4.  In fact, fortune changed; and as the king began to lose what hehad won, he was not sorry to find an excuse for playingCharlemagne--if we may use a gaming phrase of whose origin weconfess our ignorance. The king therefore arose a minute after,and putting the money which lay before him into his pocket, themajor part of which arose from his winnings, "La Vieuville," saidhe, "take my place; I must speak to Monsieur de Treville on anaffair of importance. Ah, I had eighty louis before me; put downthe same sum, so that they who have lost may have nothing tocomplain of. Justice before everything."
5.   "You have told me the truth, my gentlemen," said he,addressing the Musketeers, "and it will not be my fault ifour encounter this evening be not advantageous to you. Inthe meantime, follow me."
6.  But all at once, as if undergoing the influence of an unspoken thought,the countenance of the cardinal, till then gloomy, cleared up bydegrees, and recovered perfect serenity.


1.  "Oh, I don't know; he had enough, and set off without waiting forthe rest. But you, my dear D'Artagnan, what has happened toyou?"
2.  "But our troop horses?" said Aramis.
3.  "And why not?" demanded D'Artagnan.
4、  "We are lost," said D'Artagnan, in the ear of Athos."You mean to say we have lost," said Athos, quietly, drawingfour pistoles from his pocket and throwing them upon thetable. "Come, gentlemen," said he, "they are beating thetattoo. Let us to bed!"
5、  "At one o'clock this morning she had not returned.""My God! What can have become of her, then?"




  • 希尔扎提 08-05

      The cardinal, however contemptible might be the triumph gainedover so vulgar a being as Bonacieux, did not the less enjoy itfor an instant; then, almost immediately, as if a fresh thoughthas occurred, a smile played upon his lips, and he said, offeringhis hand to the mercer, "Rise, my friend, you are a worthy man.""The cardinal has touched me with his hand! I have touched thehand of the great man!" cried Bonacieux. "The great man hascalled me his friend!"

  • 黄春宁 08-05

      "You must go away immediately. I will give you a paper which youmust not part with on any account, and which you will deliverinto the proper hands."

  • 窦永刚 08-05


  • 章彬 08-05

      "That I may relate my misfortunes for you to treat them asfables; that I may tell you my projects for you to go and betraythem to my persecutor? No, sir. Besides, of what importance toyou is the life or death of a condemned wretch? You are onlyresponsible for my body, is it not so? And provided you producea carcass that may be recognized as mine, they will require nomore of you; nay, perhaps you will even have a double reward.""I, madame, I?" cried Felton. "You suppose that I would everaccept the price of your life? Oh, you cannot believe what yousay!"

  • 钟嘉欣 08-04

    {  "Nor I," said Athos.

  • 赖传珠 08-03

      Then a sudden idea crossed the mind of D'Artagnan. That littlestout man, short and elderly, that sort of lackey, dressed indark clothes, treated without ceremony by the men wearing swordswho composed the escort, was Bonacieux himself. The husband hadpresided at the abduction of his wife.}

  • 毛新生 08-03

      "Well, we shall find their muskets, their cartridges, andtheir flasks; and instead of four musketoons and twelveballs, we shall have fifteen guns and a hundred charges tofire."

  • 武科 08-03


  • 崔立秋 08-02

       "Instead of putting the letter in the post, which is never safe,I took advantage of the journey of one of my lads to Paris, andordered him to convey the letter to this duchess himself. Thiswas fulfilling the intentions of Monsieur Porthos, who haddesired us to be so careful of this letter, was it not?""Nearly so."

  • 托马斯—费米—狄拉克-程开甲 07-31

    {  "Ah, you are a cardinalist, then, monsieur, are you?" cried she;"and you serve the party of those who maltreat your wife andinsult your queen?"

  • 王大力 07-31

      "At these words he blew a whistle; the globe of fire whichlighted the room reascended and disappeared. I found myselfagain in complete darkness. The same noise of a door opening andshutting was repeated the instant afterward; the flaming globedescended afresh, and I was completely alone.