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日期:2020-08-05 22:26:56

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What?" said the king, with hauteur.
2.  "Silence!" said the young woman, placing her hand upon his lips;"silence, and go the same way you came!"
3.  Lord de Winter continued: "The officer who commands here in myabsence you have already seen, and therefore know him. He knowshow, as you must have observed, to obey an order--for you didnot, I am sure, come from Portsmouth hither without endeavoringto make him speak. What do you say of him? Could a statue ofmarble have been more impassive and more mute? You have alreadytried the power of your seductions upon many men, andunfortunately you have always succeeded; but I give you leave totry them upon this one. PARDIEU! if you succeed with him, Ipronounce you the demon himself."
4.  "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."
5.  "No, the order is imperative. Near the camp you might be recognized;and your presence, you must be aware, would compromise the cardinal.""Then I must wait here, or in the neighborhood?"
6.  "And here is the second."


1.  "No."
2.  "To be sure they may; and this very day we will write theletters," said Aramis. "Give the lackeys money, and theywill start."
3.  "Six o'clock."
4.  But all three reflected upon the youth of D'Artagnan, and dreadedhis inexperience.
5.  "Your Majesty will not forget that I have done everything in mypower to prevent a rupture."
6.  "Well, yes, madame," said the novice, "Are we rivals?"The countenance of Milady was illumined by so savage a joy that underany other circumstances Mme. Bonacieux would have fled in terror; butshe was absorbed by jealousy.


1.  It may be easily understood that in the present disposition ofhis master nothing could be more disagreeable to Bazin than thearrival of D'Artagnan, which might cast his master back againinto that vortex of mundane affairs which had so long carried himaway. He resolved, then, to defend the door bravely; and as,betrayed by the mistress of the inn, he could not say that Aramiswas absent, he endeavored to prove to the newcomer that it wouldbe the height of indiscretion to disturb his master in his piousconference, which had commenced with the morning and would not,as Bazin said, terminate before night.
2.  He went then to the queen, and according to custom accosted herwith fresh menaces against those who surrounded her. Anne ofAustria lowered her head, allowed the torrent to flow on withoutreplying, hoping that it would cease of itself; but this was notwhat Louis XIII meant. Louis XIII wanted a discussion from whichsome light or other might break, convinced as he was that thecardinal had some afterthought and was preparing for him one ofthose terrible surprises which his Eminence was so skillful ingetting up. He arrived at this end by his persistence inaccusation.
3.  "Without doubt you will, monsieur; he persists in remainingthere. We every day pass through the air hole some bread at theend of a fork, and some meat when he asks for it; but alas! Itis not of bread and meat of which he makes the greatestconsumption. I once endeavored to go down with two of myservants; but he flew into terrible rage. I heard the noise hemade in loading his pistols, and his servant in loading hismusketoon. Then, when we asked them what were their intentions,the master replied that he had forty charges to fire, and that heand his lackey would fire to the last one before he would allow asingle soul of us to set foot in the cellar. Upon this I wentand complained to the governor, who replied that I only had whatI deserved, and that it would teach me to insult honorablegentlemen who took up their abode in my house."
4.  "Gascon-headed man, will you have done?" said the king."Sire," replied Treville, without lowering his voice in theleast, "either order my Musketeer to be restored to me, or lethim be tried."
5.   "I disturb you, perhaps, my dear Aramis," continued D'Artagnan,"for by what I see, I am led to believe that you are confessingto these gentlemen."
6.  "No," replied D'Artagnan, "if I recollect well what you said, itwas nothing out of the common way."


1.  "He is not at home, and I will carry away the key, after havingplaced you in his apartment."
2.  And D'Artagnan heard the door of communication openedviolently.
3.  "But," said D'Artagnan, in the ear of Athos, "you are goingto get us all killed without mercy."
4、  The four friends listened, and the sound of the drum plainlyreached them.
5、  But now I am forced to believe in the excess of yourkindness, since not only your letter but your servantassures me that I have the good fortune to be beloved byyou.




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      "Yes, monsieur," replied the mercer, in a tremble, feeling thatit was at this point affairs were likely to become perplexing;"that is to say, I HAD one."

  • 崔杰 08-04

      "Then that's my thief," replied D'Artagnan. "I will complain toMonsieur de Treville, and Monsieur de Treville will complain tothe king." He then drew two crowns majestically from his purseand gave them to the host, who accompanied him, cap in hand, tothe gate, and remounted his yellow horse, which bore him withoutany further accident to the gate of St. Antoine at Paris, wherehis owner sold him for three crowns, which was a very good price,considering that D'Artagnan had ridden him hard during the laststage. Thus the dealer to whom D'Artagnan sold him for the ninelivres did not conceal from the young man that he only gave thatenormous sum for him on the account of the originality of hiscolor.

  • 桑德拉 08-04

       Then Milady attempted to tear down the doorcase, with astrength apparently above that of a woman; but finding shecould not accomplish this, she in her fury stabbed at thedoor with her poniard, the point of which repeatedlyglittered through the wood. Every blow was accompanied withterrible imprecations.

  • 严远亨 08-04

      "But how did you become concerned in this villainousaffair?"

  • 胡体良 08-03

    {  Athos pointed to the bastion.

  • 张桂萍 08-02

      "No," said Athos.}

  • 蒋某 08-02

      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.

  • 黄墩良 08-02

      It might have been said that between this man and his inferiorsspoken language did not exist, or had become useless.At length Milady could hold out no longer; she broke the silence."In the name of heaven, sir," cried she, "what means all that ispassing? Put an end to my doubts; I have courage enough for anydanger I can foresee, for every misfortune which I understand.Where am I, and why am I here? If I am free, why these bars andthese doors? If I am a prisoner, what crime have I committed?""You are here in the apartment destined for you, madame. Ireceived orders to go and take charge of you on the sea, and toconduct you to this castle. This order I believe I haveaccomplished with all the exactness of a soldier, but also withthe courtesy of a gentleman. There terminates, at least to thepresent moment, the duty I had to fulfill toward you; the restconcerns another person."

  • 粟米羹 08-01

       "And you say you will wait for me at Armentieres?""At Armentieres."

  • 徐浩 07-30

    {  The lackeys on their part, like the coursers of Hippolytus,shared the sadness of their masters. Mousqueton collected astore of crusts; Bazin, who had always been inclined to devotion,never quit the churches; Planchet watched the flight of flies;and Grimaud, whom the general distress could not induce to breakthe silence imposed by his master, heaved sighs enough to softenthe stones.

  • 唐·埃弗利 07-30

      This note was in the first place a forgery; it was likewisean indelicacy. It was even, according to our presentmanners, something like an infamous action; but at thatperiod people did not manage affairs as they do today.Besides, D'Artagnan from her own admission knew Miladyculpable of treachery in matters more important, and couldentertain no respect for her. And yet, notwithstanding thiswant of respect, he felt an uncontrollable passion for thiswoman boiling in his veins--passion drunk with contempt; butpassion or thirst, as the reader pleases.