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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  D'Artagnan cast a glance around him. The little apartmentwas charming for its taste and neatness; but in spite ofhimself, his eyes were directed to that door which Kittysaid led to Milady's chamber.
2.  "Have the goodness to send mine to Athos's residence. I shoulddread some disagreeable encounter if I were to go home.""Be easy. Adieu, and a prosperous voyage. A PROPOS," said M. deTreville, calling him back.
3.  "Before God and before men," said he, "I accuse this woman of havingpoisoned Constance Bonacieux, who died yesterday evening."He turned towards Porthos and Aramis.
4.  "Monsieur."
5.  "Here they are, monseigneur."
6.  "The advice is good, monsieur, and tomorrow I will set out.""Tomorrow! Any why not this evening?"


1.  "Ah!" said Milady, listening in her turn to the noise of Felton'ssteps, which withdrew in a direction opposite to those of Lord deWinter; "at length you are mine!"
2.  "Grimaud," said Athos, pointing to the bodies which layunder the wall of the bastion, "take those gentlemen, setthem up against the wall, put their hats upon their heads,and their guns in their hands."
3.  Mme. Bonacieux came in; and to remove all suspicion, if she had any,Milady repeated to the lackey, before her, the latter part of herinstructions.
4.  In the meantime, Grimaud appeared in his turn behind his master,with the musketoon on his shoulder, and his head shaking. Likeone of those drunken satyrs in the pictures of Rubens. He wasmoistened before and behind with a greasy liquid which the hostrecognized as his best olive oil.
5.  "And her brother?" added D'Artagnan, timidly.
6.  "To you--no, to you alone! Listen to me, rather than add to mydestruction, rather than add to my ignominy!"


1.  "She is there," said he.
2.  "Enough," replied the questioner.
3.  D'Artagnan refused; but thinking the opportunity a good one,dream of his life had been to become a Musketeer. The threefriends were likewise greatly delighted.
4.  "Of Milady de Winter," replied D'Artagnan, "yes, of Milady de Winter, ofwhose crimes your Eminence is doubtless ignorant, since you have honoredher with your confidence."
5.   "If I had the least doubt of your love I would not make it,but you love me, my beautiful mistress, do you not?""Without doubt."
6.  D'Artagnan took his hat, examined the hole made by the ball,and shook his head. The ball was not a musket ball--it wasan arquebus ball. The accuracy of the aim had first givenhim the idea that a special weapon had been employed. Thiscould not, then, be a military ambuscade, as the ball wasnot of the regular caliber.


1.  The officer desired to have Milady's packages pointed out to him,and ordered them to be placed in the boat. When this operationwas complete, he invited her to descend by offering her his hand.Milady looked at this man, and hesitated. "Who are you, sir,"asked she, "who has the kindness to trouble yourself soparticularly on my account?"
2.  "And is the written report of the gownsmen to be placed incomparison with the word of honor of a swordsman?" repliedTreville haughtily.
3.  At length he raised his head, fixed his eagle look upon that loyal,open, and intelligent countenance, read upon that face, furrowed withtears, all the sufferings its possessor had endured in the course of amonth, and reflected for the third or fourth time how much there was inthat youth of twenty-one years before him, and what resources hisactivity, his courage, and his shrewdness might offer to a good master.On the other side, the crimes, the power, and the infernal genius ofMilady had more than once terrified him. He felt something like asecret joy at being forever relieved of this dangerous accomplice.Richelieu slowly tore the paper which D'Artagnan had generouslyrelinquished.
4、  Aramis accordingly took the quill, reflected for a fewmoments, wrote eight or ten lines in a charming littlefemale hand, and then with a voice soft and slow, as if eachword had been scrupulously weighed, he read the following:
5、  Aramis uttered a cry of joy at the sight of the seal, kissedthe superscription with an almost religious respect, andopened the epistle, which contained what follows:




  • 吕思礼 08-02

      "There are many thanks to be offered to you, and to betransmitted to you. Be this evening about ten o'clock at St.Cloud, in front of the pavilion which stands at the corner of thehouse of M. d'Estrees.--C.B."

  • 马国田 08-02

      "Granted; but if you please, let us not theologize, Aramis. Youmust have had enough for today. As for me, I have almostforgotten the little Latin I have ever known. Then I confess toyou that I have eaten nothing since ten o'clock this morning, andI am devilish hungry."

  • 王响军 08-02

       "You have, no doubt, some order from the cardinal about you?""I have my FULL POWER."

  • 佩塔尔 08-02

      "Row!" said he to the sailors.

  • 吴亦兵 08-01

    {  Toward four o'clock in the morning the doctor arrived; but sincethe time Milady stabbed herself, however short, the wound hadclosed. The doctor could therefore measure neither the directionnor the depth of it; he only satisfied himself by Milady's pulsethat the case was not serious.

  • 莫慧芳 07-31

      The boat glided along the ferry rope under the shadow of a pale cloudwhich hung over the water at that moment.}

  • 卡尼亚斯 07-31

      "It was not he, then, you came to seek?"

  • 梅里美 07-31

      And the young man, delighted with his joke, went away laughingloudly.

  • 方文辉 07-30

       "Give a ball; you know how much the queen loves dancing. I willanswer for it, her resentment will not hold out against such anattention."

  • 文福 07-28

    {  "Monseigneur," replied Milady, "a fair exchange. Life forlife, man for man; give me one, I will give you the other.""I don't know what you mean, nor do I even desire to knowwhat you mean," replied the cardinal; "but I wish to pleaseyou, and see nothing out of the way in giving you what youdemand with respect to so infamous a creature--the more soas you tell me this D'Artagnan is a libertine, a duelist,and a traitor."

  • 金井 07-28

      Milady saw the trouble. She felt by intuition the flame of theopposing passions which burned with the blood in the veins of theyoung fanatic. As a skillful general, seeing the enemy ready tosurrender, marches toward him with a cry of victory, she rose,beautiful as an antique priestess, inspired like a Christianvirgin, her arms extended, her throat uncovered, her hairdisheveled, holding with one hand her robe modestly drawn overher breast, her look illumined by that fire which had alreadycreated such disorder in the veins of the young Puritan, and wenttoward him, crying out with a vehement air, and in her melodiousvoice, to which on this occasion she communicated a terribleenergy: