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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My faith," said Aramis, "I must confess I feel a greatrepugnance to fire on these poor devils of civilians.""He is a bad priest," said Porthos, "who has pity forheretics."
2.  The time for wine came. M. Coquenard poured from a verysmall stone bottle the third of a glass for each of theyoung men, served himself in about the same proportion, andpassed the bottle to Porthos and Mme. Coquenard.
3.  The despair of Athos had given place to a concentrated grief which onlyrendered more lucid the brilliant mental faculties of that extraordinaryman.
4.  "Ah, my dear," replied D'Artagnan, "upon that very horse Icame to Paris."
5.  "Silence! I hear my brother. It will be useless for him tofind you here."
6.  To the questions which D'Artagnan put concerning her health,she replied, "Bad, very bad."

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1.  "So you renounce the world, then, forever; that is a settledthing-a resolution registered!"
2.  "You said, then, by the word of Bonacieux. Pardon me forinterrupting you, but it appears to me that that name is familiarto me."
3.  "Because she was afraid of compromising you."
4.  "No; what I think astonishing is that you should expect mycoming."
5.  "Yes."
6.  44 THE UTILITY OF STOVEPIPES

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1.  The soldier went out, leaving the dinner served.
2.  "You approach that famous point of free will which is a mortalrock. You face the insinuations of the Pelagians and the demi-Peligians."
3.  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:
4.  Then, taking the glass with a firm hand, she said, "Drink. This winewill give you strength, drink!" And she put the glass to the lips ofthe young woman, who drank mechanically.
5.   "Obey, Laporte, do you not see I have no time to lose?"Laporte broke the seal, and placed the paper before the eyes of theduke; but Buckingham in vain tried to make out the writing."Read!" said he, "read! I cannot see. Read, then! For soon, perhaps,I shall not hear, and I shall die without knowing what she has writtento me."
6.  "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."

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1.  D'Artagnan explained the sword wound of his companion by asortie which he improvised. He described the death of theother soldier, and the perils they had encountered. Thisrecital was for him the occasion of veritable triumph. Thewhole army talked of this expedition for a day, and Monsieurpaid him his compliments upon it. Besides this, as everygreat action bears its recompense with it, the brave exploitof D'Artagnan resulted in the restoration of the tranquilityhe had lost. In fact, D'Artagnan believed that he might betranquil, as one of his two enemies was killed and the otherdevoted to his interests.
2.  "For all my tears, my cares,
3.  "My dear Cousin, His Eminence, the cardinal, whom Godpreserve for the happiness of France and the confusion ofthe enemies of the kingdom, is on the point of putting anend to the hectic rebellion of La Rochelle. It is probablethat the succor of the English fleet will never even arrivein sight of the place. I will even venture to say that I amcertain M. de Buckingham will be prevented from setting outby some great event. His Eminence is the most illustriouspolitician of times past, of times present, and probably oftimes to come. He would extinguish the sun if the sunincommoded him. Give these happy tidings to your sister, mydear cousin. I have dreamed that the unlucky Englishman wasdead. I cannot recollect whether it was by steel or bypoison; only of this I am sure, I have dreamed he was dead,and you know my dreams never deceive me. Be assured, then,of seeing me soon return."
4、  D'Artagnan explained the sword wound of his companion by asortie which he improvised. He described the death of theother soldier, and the perils they had encountered. Thisrecital was for him the occasion of veritable triumph. Thewhole army talked of this expedition for a day, and Monsieurpaid him his compliments upon it. Besides this, as everygreat action bears its recompense with it, the brave exploitof D'Artagnan resulted in the restoration of the tranquilityhe had lost. In fact, D'Artagnan believed that he might betranquil, as one of his two enemies was killed and the otherdevoted to his interests.
5、  "Just so," replied Aramis.

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  • 孙云江 08-03

      "Oh, yes, very well; not only him, but some of his friends, MessieursPorthos and Aramis!"

  • 刘青山 08-03

      "Nor I," said Aramis.

  • 魏永信 08-03

       Milady, with a rapid gesture, opened her robe, tore the cambricthat covered her bosom, and red with feigned anger and simulatedshame, showed the young man the ineffaceable impression whichdishonored that beautiful shoulder.

  • 朱敬则 08-03

      The sermon over, the procurator's wife advanced toward the holyfont. Porthos went before her, and instead of a finger, dippedhis whole hand in. The procurator's wife smiled, thinking thatit was for her Porthos had put himself to this trouble; but shewas cruelly and promptly undeceived. When she was only aboutthree steps from him, he turned his head round, fixing his eyessteadfastly upon the lady with the red cushion, who had risen andwas approaching, followed by her black boy and her woman.When the lady of the red cushion came close to Porthos, Porthosdrew his dripping hand from the font. The fair worshippertouched the great hand of Porthos with her delicate fingers,smiled, made the sign of the cross, and left the church.This was too much for the procurator's wife; she doubted notthere was an intrigue between this lady and Porthos. If she hadbeen a great lady she would have fainted; but as she was only aprocurator's wife, she contented herself saying to the Musketeerwith concentrated fury, "Eh, Monsieur Porthos, you don't offer meany holy water?"

  • 张勃兴 08-02

    {  "If it were one of your friends you would hesitate, then?"cried Milady; and a threatening glance darted from her eyes."Not if it were my own brother!" cried D'Artagnan, as ifcarried away by his enthusiasm.

  • 谭浩俊 08-01

      "The duvil!" said the Swiss, "if she is as great a lady asher writing is large, you are a lucky fellow, gomrade!"Aramis read the letter, and passed it to Athos.}

  • 陈莼 08-01

      Anne of Austria was then twenty-six or twenty-seven years of age;that is to say, she was in the full splendor of her beauty.Her carriage was that of a queen or a goddess; her eyes, whichcast the brilliancy of emeralds, were perfectly beautiful, andyet were at the same time full of sweetness and majesty.Her mouth was small and rosy; and although her underlip, likethat of all princes of the House of Austria, protruded slightlybeyond the other, it was eminently lovely in its smile, but asprofoundly disdainful in its contempt.

  • 坎井 08-01

      "Ah, my yellow horse," cried he. "Aramis, look at thathorse!"

  • 波利 07-31

       D'Artagnan shuddered to the marrow at hearing this suavecreature reproach him, with that sharp voice which she tooksuch pains to conceal in conversation, for not having killeda man whom he had seen load her with kindnesses.

  • 杨良胜 07-29

    {  Then she cried, "Ahem!" under cover of the MEA CULPA, strikingher breast so vigorously that everybody, even the lady with thered cushion, turned round toward her. Porthos paid no attention.Nevertheless, he understood it all, but was deaf.The lady with the red cushion produced a great effect--for shewas very handsome--upon the lady with he black hood, who saw inher a rival really to be dreaded; a great effect upon Porthos,who thought her much prettier than the lady with the black hood;a great effect upon D'Artagnan, who recognized in her the lady ofMeung, of Calais, and of Dover, whom his persecutor, the man withthe scar, had saluted by the name of Milady.

  • 李洪淼 07-29

      "Well?"

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