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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Cone at dinnertime."
2.  As all this, however, bore some resemblance to a duel,D'Artagnan began to recover himself little by little."Well, beautiful lady, very well," said be; "but, PARDIEU,if you don't calm yourself, I will design a secondFLEUR-DE-LIS upon one of those pretty checks!"
3.  "It appears that these appointments are all made for eleveno'clock," thought D'Artagnan; "that's a settled custom."Milady held out her hand to him, which he kissed tenderly.367
4.  Porthos fancied they were mystifying him, and began to curlhis mustache and knit his eyebrows; but the knee of Mme.Coquenard gently advised him to be patient.
5.  And he kissed the letter with passion, without evenvouchsafing a look at the gold which sparkled on the table.Bazin scratched at the door, and as Aramis had no longer anyreason to exclude him, he bade him come in.
6.  "Himself? D'Artagnan here?"


1.  "Commend me to the cardinal."
2.  "And Bazin?" asked Athos.
3.  The woman's hood was pulled down, and the man geld a handkerchiefto his face. Both, as this double precaution indicated, had aninterest in not being recognized.
4.  D'Artagnan took the soldier's arquebus, made him go onbefore him, and urged him toward his companion by prickinghim behind with his sword.
5.  "Perfectly."
6.  Then the officer, with the same calm politeness, invited hisprisoner to enter the house. She, with a still-smilingcountenance, took his arm, and passed with him under a low archeddoor, which by a vaulted passage, lighted only at the fartherend, led to a stone staircase around an angle of stone. Theythen came to a massive door, which after the introduction intothe lock of a key which the young man carried with him, turnedheavily upon its hinges, and disclosed the chamber destined forMilady.


1.  "This time," said Athos, first breaking the silence,"D'Artagnan has given us an excellent program, and theletter must be written at once."
2.  "Ah, my faith, yes!" said Porthos and D'Artagnan, at thesame time; "we are coming nearer to it now."
3.  "Just heaven, what have I read?" cried the duke. "Patrick,remain here, or rather join the king, wherever he may be, andtell his Majesty that I humbly beg him to excuse me, but anaffair of the greatest importance recalls me to London. Come,monsieur, come!" and both set off towards the capital at fullgallop.
4.  "That's impossible," said the gentleman; "I have traveled sixtyleagues in forty hours, and by tomorrow at midday I must be inLondon."
5.   But as M. de Toiras gave information that everything waspreparing in the enemy's camp for a fresh assault, the kingjudged that it would be best to put an end to the affair,and gave the necessary orders for a decisive action.As it is not our intention to give a journal of the siege,but on the contrary only to describe such of the events ofit as are connected with the story we are relating, we willcontent ourselves with saying in two words that theexpedition succeeded, to the great astonishment of the kingand the great glory of the cardinal. The English, repulsedfoot by foot, beaten in all encounters, and defeated in thepassage of the Isle of Loie, were obliged to re-embark,leaving on the field of battle two thousand men, among whomwere five colonels, three lieutenant colonels, two hundredand fifty captains, twenty gentlemen of rank, four pieces ofcannon, and sixty flags, which were taken to Paris by Claudede St. Simon, and suspended with great pomp in the arches ofNotre Dame.
6.  "We send you wine?"


1.  By the aid of the lightening they perceived the village of Erquinheim."Is she there, Grimaud?" asked Athos.
2.  "Without reckoning," objected Porthos, "that the queen wouldsave Monsieur de Buckingham, but would take no heed of us.""Gentlemen," said D'Artagnan, "what Porthos says is full ofsense."
3.  "You may perceive, madame, by my uniform, that I am an officer inthe English navy," replied the young man.
4、  "Wretch!" cried Milady.
5、  "Richelieu"




  • 张译尹 08-06

      The usher introduced him, and retired without speaking aword. D'Artagnan remained standing and examined this man.D'Artagnan at first believed that he had to do with somejudge examining his papers; but he perceived that the man atthe desk wrote, or rather corrected, lines of unequallength, scanning the words on his fingers. He saw then thathe was with a poet. At the end of an instant the poetclosed his manuscript, upon the cover of which was written"Mirame, a Tragedy in Five Acts," and raised his head.D'Artagnan recognized the cardinal.

  • 张全录 08-06

      Determined to put the advice of M. de Treville in practiceinstantly, D'Artagnan directed his course toward the Rue desFossoyeurs, in order to superintend the packing of his valise.On approaching the house, he perceived M. Bonacieux in morningcostume, standing at his threshold. All that the prudentPlanchet had said to him the preceding evening about the sinistercharacter of the old man recurred to the mind of D'Artagnan, wholooked at him with more attention than he had done before. Infact, in addition to that yellow, sickly paleness which indicatesthe insinuation of the bile in the blood, and which might,besides, be accidental, D'Artagnan remarked somethingperfidiously significant in the play of the wrinkled features ofhis countenance. A rogue does not laugh in the same way that anhonest man does; a hypocrite does not shed the tears of a man ofgood faith. All falsehood is a mask; and however well made themask may be, with a little attention we may always succeed indistinguishing it from the true face.

  • 叶汝强 08-06

       D'Artagnan at once perceived the ground which the vindictivecreature wished to reach.

  • 谢希语 08-06

      His three companions joined him. All had plainly seen awoman's head appear at the window, but none of them, exceptAthos, knew Mme. Bonacieux. The opinion of Athos was thatit was indeed she; but less preoccupied by that pretty facethan D'Artagnan, he had fancied he saw a second head, aman's head, inside the carriage.

  • 郑少秋 08-05

    {  "Well done, Planchet! you are the king of lackeys. Now jumponto your horse, and let us overtake the carriage."This did not take long. At the end of five minutes theyperceived the carriage drawn up by the roadside; a cavalier,richly dressed, was close to the door.

  • 钟华兴 08-04

      "You will see, because you will leave me at the door.""Shall I wait for you?"}

  • 张中行 08-04


  • 吕绪兰 08-04

      Porthos observed a last struggle between love and avarice."And as," continued he, "the duchess whom you saw at the churchhas estates near to those of my family, we mean to make thejourney together. Journeys, you know, appear much shorter whenwe travel two in company."

  • 贺新 08-03

       "But yet, detail them to me."

  • 邹敏舍 08-01

    {  Athos rose, walked toward his friend with a slow and solemn step,embraced him tenderly, and as he burst into violent sobs, he said to himwith his noble and persuasive voice, "Friend, be a man! Women weep forthe dead; men avenge them!"

  • 方灿星 08-01

      And Louis XIII twisted his mustache proudly, placing his handupon his hip.