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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  D'Artagnan began to be tired, and so did the curate."See what an exordium!" cried the Jesuit.
2.  Aramis reflected for a minute, and then said, coloring,"Will it be really rendering you a service, D'Artagnan?""I shall be grateful to you all my life."
3.  "Six o'clock."
4.  "Pardon, my dear Monsieur Bonacieux, if I don't stand uponceremony," said D'Artagnan, "but nothing makes one so thirsty aswant of sleep. I am parched with thirst. Allow me to take aglass of water in your apartment; you know that is never refusedamong neighbors."
5.  In an instant all the strength of mind of this creature, thoughdrawn from the most vigorous sources, abandoned her; she sankinto a large easy chair, with her arms crossed, her head lowered,and expecting every instant to see a judge enter to interrogateher.
6.  Porthos and Aramis did the same.


1.  "Any you will submit to the reparation he may require?""Certainly."
2.  "That is to say," cried Bonacieux, who saw he had taken a falsestep, "that is to say--"
3.  But D'Artagnan had on the preceding day served hisapprenticeship. Fresh sharpened by his victory, full of hopes offuture favor, he was resolved not to recoil a step. So the twoswords were crossed close to the hilts, and as D'Artagnan stoodfirm, it was his adversary who made the retreating step; butD'Artagnan seized the moment at which, in this movement, thesword of Bernajoux deviated from the line. He freed his weapon,made a lunge, and touched his adversary on the shoulder.D'Artagnan immediately made a step backward and raised his sword;but Bernajoux cried out that it was nothing, and rushing blindlyupon him, absolutely spitted himself upon D'Artagnan's sword.As, however, he did not fall, as he did not declare himselfconquered, but only broke away toward the hotel of M. de laTremouille, in whose service he had a relative, D'Artagnan wasignorant of the seriousness of the last wound his adversary hadreceived, and pressing him warmly, without doubt would soon havecompleted his work with a third blow, when the noise which arosefrom the street being heard in the tennis court, two of thefriends of the Guardsman, who had seen him go out afterexchanging some words with D'Artagnan, rushed, sword in hand,from the court, and fell upon the conqueror. But Athos, Porthos,and Aramis quickly appeared in their turn, and the moment the twoGuardsmen attacked their young companion, drove them back.Bernajoux now fell, and as the Guardsmen were only two againstfour, they began to cry, "To the rescue! The Hotel de laTremouille!" At these cries, all who were in the hotel rushedout and fell upon the four companions, who on their side criedaloud, "To the rescue, Musketeers!"
4.  "well?"
5.  The four friends looked at one another, and a cloud cameover the brows which but lately had been so cheerful."Look out!" cried D'Artagnan, "I see black points and redpoints moving yonder. Why did you talk of a regiment,Athos? It is a veritable army!"
6.  "That is because love has come suddenly upon me, and for thefirst time; and because I am only twenty."


1.  "Do not jest about holy things, my friend."
2.  "Do you need money?"
3.  "Oh, you love her still," said Kitty, who had not taken hereyes off the young man's countenance for an instant."No, Kitty, you are mistaken. I do not love her, but I willavenge myself for her contempt."
4.  "You know what it is to be in love?" said D'Artagnan,looking at her for the first time with much attention."Alas, yes."
5.   "If you are determined," said Athos, "do so."
6.  He passed along the same corridor as before, crossed one court,then a second side of a building; at length, at the gate of theentrance court he found a carriage surrounded by four guards onhorseback. They made him enter this carriage, the officer placedhimself by his side, the door was locked, and they were left in arolling prison. The carriage was put in motion as slowly as afuneral car. Through the closely fastened windows the prisonercould perceive the houses and the pavement, that was all; but,true Parisian as he was, Bonacieux could recognize every streetby the milestones, the signs, and the lamps. At the moment ofarriving at St. Paul--the spot where such as were condemned atthe Bastille were executed--he was near fainting and crossedhimself twice. He thought the carriage was about to stop there.The carriage, however, passed on.


1.  "How much did the Jew say he would give for the sapphire ifbe purchased it?" said Athos.
2.  The voice of the king was tremulous with anger. Everybody lookedand listened with astonishment, comprehending nothing of whatpassed.
3.  "You?" asked Milady.
4、  D'Artagnan opened it, and as the day was beginning to decline, heapproached the window to read it. The citizen followed him."'Do not seek your wife,'" read D'Artagnan; "'she will berestored to you when there is no longer occasion for her. If youmake a single step to find her you are lost.'
5、  "Good Lord! In the most simple and natural manner possible.Three of my best soldiers, whom your Majesty knows by name, andwhose devotedness you have more than once appreciated, and whohave, I dare affirm to the king, his service much at heart--threeof my best soldiers, I say, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, had madea party of pleasure with a young fellow from Gascony, whom I hadintroduced to them the same morning. The party was to take placeat St. Germain, I believe, and they had appointed to meet at theCarmes-Deschaux, when they were disturbed by De Jussac, Cahusac,Bicarat, and two other Guardsmen, who certainly did not go therein such a numerous company without some ill intention against theedicts."




  • 林志杰 08-05

      At the end of a quarter of an hour, however, surprised at thelength of the journey, she leaned forward toward the door to seewhither she was being conducted. Houses were no longer to beseen; trees appeared in the darkness like great black phantomschasing one another. Milady shuddered.

  • 翟大帅 08-05

      "By the scorn I will throw upon her."

  • 聂保国 08-05

       "She goes into England," said Athos.

  • 郭晶晶 08-05

      "Who?" asked his Eminence.

  • 卢贻斌 08-04

    {  "Put your two hands together. Cross them; that's right!"Felton tied her two wrists together with his handkerchief, andthen with a cord over the handkerchief.

  • 吕佳容 08-03

      "And you will add to them this knife," said the duke, pressing the handof Laporte. He had just strength enough to place the scent bag at thebottom of the silver casket, and to let the knife fall into it, making asign to Laporte that he was no longer able to speak; than, in a lastconvulsion, which this time he had not the power to combat, he slippedfrom the sofa to the floor.}

  • 齐雁冰 08-03

      "That is our brave Musketeer, I think," said the cardinal."Yes, monseigneur," said Porthos, "it is he."

  • 郭子健 08-03

      "D'Artagnan," said Athos, taking his hand, "you know I loveyou; if I had a son I could not love him better. Take myadvice, renounce this woman. I do not know her, but a sortof intuition tells me she is a lost creature, and that thereis something fatal about her."

  • 裴明姬 08-02

       D'Artagnan remained for a moment motionless, asking himself wherehe could be; but soon a ray of light which penetrated through thechamber, together with the warm and perfumed air which reachedhim from the same aperture, the conversation of two of threeladies in language at once respectful and refined, and the word"Majesty" several times repeated, indicated clearly that he wasin a closet attached to the queen's apartment. The young manwaited in comparative darkness and listened.

  • 顾祝同 07-31

    {  "One in Rue de Vaugirard, the other Rue de la Harpe.""Did you go into these houses with her?"

  • 张树波 07-31

      "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?"