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日期:2020-08-08 14:41:38

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My faith!" said D'Artagnan, with great pleasure. "It islong since we have had a good dinner; and I, for my part,have a somewhat hazardous expedition for this evening, andshall not be sorry, I confess, to fortify myself with a fewglasses of good old Burgundy."
2.  "Name a few of those whom you know, and you will see if they are myfriends."
3.  Mousqueton was a Norman, whose pacific name of Boniface hismaster had changed into the infinitely more sonorous name ofMousqueton. He had entered the service of Porthos upon conditionthat he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsomemanner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated toan employment which would provide for his other wants. Porthosagreed to the bargain; the thing suited him wonderfully well. Hehad doublets cut out of his old clothes and cast-off cloaks forMousqueton, and thanks to a very intelligent tailor, who made hisclothes look as good as new by turning them, and whose wife wassuspected of wishing to make Porthos descend from hisaristocratic habits, Mousqueton made a very good figure whenattending on his master.
4.  "Then to yours, monsieur--what is your name?"
5.  "Wretch!" cried Milady.
6.  "Oh, how beautiful you are thus! Oh, how I love you!" saidBuckingham.


1.  "It is surely not one of my friends?" replied D'Artagnan,affecting hesitation in order to make her believe himignorant.
2.  "I shall then have no more friends," said the young man. "Alas!nothing but bitter recollections."
3.  "Then she is dead?" stammered D'Artagnan.
4.  Felton lowered his head without pronouncing a syllable.As to Lord de Winter, he descended the stairs rapidly, and went straightto the port.
5.  "Forever! You are my friend today; tomorrow you will be no moreto me than a shadow, or rather, even, you will no longer exist.As for the world, it is a sepulcher and nothing else.""The devil! All this is very sad which you tell me.""What will you? My vocation commands me; it carries me away."D'Artagnan smiled, but made no answer.
6.  On her side Mme. Bonacieux had also reflected; but, it must beadmitted, upon something widely different from ambition. Inspite of herself her thoughts constantly reverted to thathandsome young man who was so brave and appeared to be so much inlove. Married at eighteen to Mme. Bonacieux, having always livedamong her husband's friends--people little capable of inspiringany sentiment whatever in a young woman whose heart was above herposition--Mme. Bonacieux had remained insensible to vulgarseductions; but at this period the title of gentleman had greatinfluence with the citizen class, and D'Artagnan was a gentleman.Besides, he wore the uniform of the Guards, which next to that ofthe Musketeers was most admired by the ladies. He was, werepeat, handsome, young, and bold; he spoke of love like a manwho did love and was anxious to be loved in return. There wascertainly enough in all this to turn a head only twenty-threeyears old, and Mme. Bonacieux had just attained that happy periodof life.


1.  "Hold, Madame Bonacieux," said the mercer, "hold! I positivelyrefuse; intrigues terrify me. I have seen the Bastille. My!Whew! That's a frightful place, that Bastille! Only to think ofit makes my flesh crawl. They threatened me with torture. Doyou know what torture is? Wooden points that they stick inbetween your legs till your bones stick out! No, positively Iwill not go. And, MORBLEU, why do you not go yourself? For intruth, I think I have hitherto been deceived in you. I reallybelieve you are a man, and a violent one, too."
2.  Aramis made a bound, seized the letter, read it, or ratherdevoured it, his countenance radiant.
3.  Athos shrugged his shoulders, and followed his guards silently,while M. Bonacieux uttered lamentations enough to break the heartof a tiger.
4.  "The count is here," said the officer, "and requests to speakwith your Eminence instantly."
5.   "Yes, monsieur," said D'Artagnan, bowing, "we have had thathonor. We even have, as you may have heard, introduced abarrel of powder under one of the angles, which in blowingup made a very pretty breach. Without reckoning that as thebastion was not built yesterday all the rest of the buildingwas badly shaken."
6.  "That there shall be five hundred crowns for you, and fivehundred crowns for me."


1.  "Yes, yes!" said Felton, "I doubted, but now I believe.""You believe, and still you are an accomplice of that child ofBelial who is called Lord de Winter! You believe, and yet youleave me in the hands of mine enemies, of the enemy of England,of the enemy of God! You believe, and yet you deliver me up tohim who fills and defiles the world with his heresies anddebaucheries--to that infamous Sardanapalus whom the blind callthe Duke of Buckingham, and whom believers name Antichrist!""I deliver you up to Buckingham? I? what mean you by that?""They have eyes," cried Milady, "but they see not; ears havethey, but they hear not."
2.  He then related to his friends, word for word, all that hadpassed between him and his host, and how the man who had abductedthe wife of his worthy landlord was the same with whom he had hadthe difference at the hostelry of the Jolly Miller."Your affair is not bad," said Athos, after having tasted like aconnoisseur and indicated by a nod of his head that he thoughtthe wine good; "and one may draw fifty or sixty pistoles fromthis good man. Then there only remains to ascertain whetherthese fifty or sixty pistoles are worth the risk of four heads.""But observe," cried D'Artagnan, "that there is a woman in theaffair--a woman carried off, a woman who is doubtless threatened,tortured perhaps, and all because she is faithful to hermistress."
3.  "Certainly."
4、  This short interval was sufficient to determine D'Artagnan on thepart he was to take. It was one of those events which decide thelife of a man; it was a choice between the king and thecardinal--the choice made, it must be persisted in. To fight,that was to disobey the law, that was to risk his head, that wasto make at one blow an enemy of a minister more powerful than theking himself. All this young man perceived, and yet, to hispraise we speak it, he did not hesitate a second. Turningtowards Athos and his friends, "Gentlemen," said he, "allow me tocorrect your words, if you please. You said you were but three,but it appears to me we are four."
5、  "There, Duke," said he, "you were right and I was wrong. Thewhole intrigue is political, and there is not the least questionof love in this letter; but, on the other hand, there is abundantquestion of you."




  • 吴杨 08-07

      "In truth," murmured D'Artagnan, to whom M. de Treville'srecommendation recurred, "this animal will end by making meafraid." And he put his horse into a trot.

  • 张思萦 08-07

      The eye of Aramis kindled in spite of himself.

  • 格瑞格·苏尔 08-07

       There was a moment of cold silence, during which everyonewas affected according to his nature.

  • 卓泽凡 08-07

      "Eight or ten."

  • 马芹 08-06

    {  "Yes," said Athos, "magnificent. I did not think twosapphires of such a fine water existed. Have you traded itfor your diamond?"

  • 孙少山 08-05

      "And signed by whom--by the king?" And the cardinal pronounced thesewords with a singular expression of contempt.}

  • 郑雄仁 08-05

      "But the Bastille?" said Aramis.

  • 罗利俊 08-05

      "Why, you knew it, Porthos," said Aramis. "I told you of ityesterday. Let us say no more about it."

  • 黄建波 08-04

       "My Lord," said Felton, "the Baron de Winter wrote to you the other dayto request you to sign an order of embarkation relative to a young womannamed Charlotte Backson."

  • 石强 08-02

    {  She calculated that to cross this corner of France and return tothe cardinal it would take her at least three days. Add anotherday for landing, and that would make four. Add these four to thenine others, that would be thirteen days lost--thirteen days,during which so many important events might pass in London. Shereflected likewise that the cardinal would be furious at herreturn, and consequently would be more disposed to listen to thecomplaints brought against her than to the accusations shebrought against others.

  • 查德 08-02

      "Stolen? By whom?"