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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What connection can the New World have with the bottles whichare on the commode and the wardrobe?"
2.  "'And when did he set out?'
3.  "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."
4.  "Monsieur, what I say to you about the matter," said Aramis, "isnot for the sake of seeking a quarrel. Thank God, I am not abravo! And being a Musketeer but for a time, I only fight when Iam forced to do so, and always with great repugnance; but thistime the affair is serious, for here is a lady compromised byyou."
5.  "Well, what is the matter?" asked the young lieutenant."You told me to open the door if I heard anyone cry out," saidthe soldier; "but you forgot to leave me the key. I heard youcry out, without understanding what you said. I tried to openthe door, but it was locked inside; then I called the sergeant.""And here I am," said the sergeant.
6.  "And yet," said Milady, with a persistence that proved shewished to see clearly to the end of the mission with whichshe was about to be charged, "if he persists?"


1.  But there, as he was alighting from his horse at the gate of theJolly Miller, without anyone--host, waiter, or hostler--coming tohold his stirrup or take his horse, D'Artagnan spied, though anopen window on the ground floor, a gentleman, well-made and ofgood carriage, although of rather a stern countenance, talkingwith two persons who appeared to listen to him with respect.D'Artagnan fancied quite naturally, according to his custom, thathe must be the object of their conversation, and listened. Thistime D'Artagnan was only in part mistaken; he himself was not inquestion, but his horse was. The gentleman appeared to beenumerating all his qualities to his auditors; and, as I havesaid, the auditors seeming to have great deference for thenarrator, they every moment burst into fits of laughter. Now, asa half-smile was sufficient to awaken the irascibility of theyoung man, the effect produced upon him by this vociferous mirthmay be easily imagined.
2.  At this moment the four Guards appeared at the door of theantechamber, but seeing four Musketeers standing, and theirswords by their sides, they hesitated about going farther."Come in, gentlemen, come in," called D'Artagnan; "you are herein my apartment, and we are all faithful servants of the king andcardinal."
3.  "Oh, nothing which was not right in the character of a creditor.""Well?"
4.  As the door closed after them Kitty rushed toward it.Jealousy, fury, offended pride, all the passions in shortthat dispute the heart of an outraged woman in love, urgedher to make a revelation; but she reflected that she wouldbe totally lost if she confessed having assisted in such amachination, and above all, that D'Artagnan would also belost to her forever. This last thought of love counseledher to make this last sacrifice.
5.  "My Lord the Duke of Buckingham," said Mme. Bonacieux, in anundertone; "and now you may ruin us all."
6.  "No."


1.  The principal thing for her, then, was, as we have said, to keep Mme.Bonacieux in her power. Mme. Bonacieux was the very life of D'Artagnan.This was more than his life, the life of the woman he loved; this was,in case of ill fortune, a means of temporizing and obtaining goodconditions.
2.  *Haberdasher
3.  Felton continued to descend. Near the bottom of the ladder, whenhe found no more support for his feet, he clung with his hands;at length, arrived at the last step, he let himself hang by thestrength of his wrists, and touched the ground. He stooped down,picked up the bag of money, and placed it between his teeth.Then he took Milady in his arms, and set off briskly in thedirection opposite to that which the patrol had taken. He soonleft the pathway of the patrol, descended across the rocks, andwhen arrived on the edge of the sea, whistled.
4.  "Your pardon?" said Richelieu, surprised.
5.   At that moment the violins sounded the signal for the ballet.The king advanced toward Madame the President, with whom he wasto dance, and his Highness Monsieur with the queen. They tooktheir places, and the ballet began.
6.  At length D'Artagnan, in pursuing his researches, found near thewall a woman's torn glove. This glove, wherever it had nottouched the muddy ground, was of irreproachable odor. It was oneof those perfumed gloves that lovers like to snatch from a prettyhand.


1.  M. de Treville listened to the young man's account with aseriousness which proved that he saw something else in thisadventure besides a love affair. When D'Artagnan had finished,he said, "Hum! All this savors of his Eminence, a league off.""But what is to be done?" said D'Artagnan.
2.  "No; so I yesterday addressed another epistle to her, still morepressing than the first. But you are here, my dear fellow, letus speak of you. I confess I began to be very uneasy on youraccount."
3.  In fact, Milady still held the harmless weapon in her clenchedhand; but these last words, this supreme insult, relaxed herhands, her strength, and even her will. The knife fell to theground.
4、  The court of his hotel, situated in the Rue du Vieux-Colombier,resembled a camp from by six o'clock in the morning in summer andeight o'clock in winter. From fifty to sixty Musketeers, whoappeared to replace one another in order always to present animposing number, paraded constantly, armed to the teeth and readyfor anything. On one of those immense staircases, upon whosespace modern civilization would build a whole house. Ascended anddescended the office seekers of Paris, who ran after any sort offavor--gentlemen from the provinces anxious to be enrolled, andservants in all sorts of liveries, bringing and carrying messagesbetween their masters and M. de Treville. In the antechamber,upon long circular benches, reposed the elect; that is to say,those who were called. In this apartment a continued buzzingprevailed from morning till night, while M. de Treville, in hisoffice contiguous to this antechamber, received visits, listenedto complaints, gave his orders, and like the king in his balconyat the Louvre, had only to place himself at the window to reviewboth his men and arms.
5、  "Yes; Madame Bonacieux, with whose retreat the cardinal wasunacquainted."




  • 朱沛炎 08-04

      "No; but pray grant me that it is acting with an ill grace tooffer to the Lord only that with which we are perfectlydisgusted! Don't you think so, D'Artagnan?"

  • 连庄 08-04

      "That person is here, madame," said the officer, leaving theentrance open, and drawing himself up in an attitude of respect.At the same time the door opened; a man appeared on thethreshold. He was without a hat, carried a sword, and flourisheda handkerchief in his hand.

  • 陆文斌 08-04

       "Ah, ah! You have credit with your landlord, then?" askedPorthos.

  • 刘健新 08-04

      "I was pretty drunk yesterday, D'Artagnan," said he, "I can tellthat by my tongue, which was swollen and hot this morning, and bymy pulse, which was very tremulous. I wager that I uttered athousand extravagances."

  • 方欣捷 08-03

    {  "I must have been blind not to have seen."

  • 弗朗西斯·德瑞克 08-02

      "You have sent for me, sir," said Athos to M. de Treville, in afeeble yet perfectly calm voice, "you have sent for me, as mycomrades inform me, and I have hastened to receive your orders.I am here; what do you want with me?"}

  • 赵安源 08-02

      "Sir," cried she, "be kind, be clement, listen to my prayer!That knife, which the fatal prudence of the baron deprived me of,because he knows the use I would make of it! Oh, hear me to theend! that knife, give it to me for a minute only, for mercy's,for pity's sake! I will embrace your knees! You shall shut thedoor that you may be certain I contemplate no injury to you! MyGod! to you--the only just, good, and compassionate being I havemet with! To you--my preserver, perhaps! One minute that knife,one minute, a single minute, and I will restore it to you throughthe grating of the door. Only one minute, Mr. Felton, and youwill have saved my honor!"

  • 孙思 08-02


  • 托特纳姆 08-01

       Treville smiled; but as it was indeed something to have prevailedupon this child to rebel against his master, he saluted the kingrespectfully, and with this agreement, took leave of him.That evening the three Musketeers were informed of the honoraccorded them. As they had long been acquainted with the king,they were not much excited; but D'Artagnan, with his Gasconimagination, saw in it his future fortune, and passed the nightin golden dreams. By eight o'clock in the morning he was at theapartment of Athos.

  • 赵先立 07-30

    {  "That is correct," said the executioner; "and now in her turn, let thiswoman see that I am not fulfilling my trade, but my debt."And he threw the money into the river.

  • 王佩刚 07-30

      "What do you mean? Speak! you kill me."