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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  D'Artagnan knew it was considered disobliging by anEnglishman to refuse to pledge him. He therefore drew nearto the table and took the second glass. He did not,however, lose sight of Milady, and in a mirror he perceivedthe change that came over her face. Now that she believedherself to be no longer observed, a sentiment resemblingferocity animated her countenance. She bit her handkerchiefwith her beautiful teeth.
2.  "You child, why, there is not a man who has not believed, as youdo, that his mistress loved him, and there lives not a man whohas not been deceived by his mistress."
3.  "What do you say?"
4.  "Yes," said Milady. "The idea was not that of a Christian, Iknew; but without doubt, that eternal enemy of our souls, thatlion roaring constantly around us, breathed it into my mind. Inshort, what shall I say to you, Felton?" continued Milady, in thetone of a woman accusing herself of a crime. "This idea occurredto me, and did not leave me; it is of this homicidal thought thatI now bear the punishment."
5.  "I offered you Tyburn," said Lord de Winter. "Why did you not acceptit?"
6.  "Then," continued Milady, "then I collected all my strength; Irecalled to my mind that the moment of vengeance, or rather, ofjustice, had struck. I looked upon myself as another Judith; Igathered myself up, my knife in my hand, and when I saw him nearme, stretching out his arms to find his victim, then, with thelast cry of agony and despair, I struck him in the middle of hisbreast.


1.  There was a moment of cold silence, during which everyonewas affected according to his nature.
2.  "You, madame!" said D'Artagnan, affecting surprise; "isthat possible, my God?--good and beautiful as you are!""A mortal enemy."
3.  "People, in general," he said, "only ask advice not tofollow it; or if they do follow it, it is for the sake ofhaving someone to blame for having given it."
4.  "Oh, my God, my God!" cried Anne of Austria, "this is more than Ican bear. In the name of heaven, Duke, leave me, go! I do notknow whether I love you or love you not; but what I know is thatI will not be perjured. Take pity on me, then, and go! Oh, ifyou are stuck in France, if you die in France, if I could imaginethat your love for me was the cause of your death, I could notconsole myself; I should run mad. Depart then, depart, I imploreyou!"
5.  D'Artagnan took a pen and wrote:
6.  "Without reckoning that he dresses as nobody else can," saidPorthos. "I was at the Louvre on the day when he scattered hispearls; and, PARDIEU, I picked up two that I sold for tenpistoles each. Do you know him, Aramis?"


1.  "And if it were an interrogatory!" replied the cardinal. "Othersbesides you have undergone such, Monsieur Athos, and have repliedthereto."
2.  "It was, then, a part he was playing?"
3.  "She is in prison?"
4.  "That is because I am not his friend," said she, sighing, "but hisvictim!"
5.   "AU REVOIR; then; that is all I have to say today. Tomorrow Iwill see you again, to take my leave." With these words thebaron went out. Milady had listened to all this menacing tiradewith a smile of disdain on her lips, but rage in her heart.Supper was served. Milady felt that she stood in need of all herstrength. She did not know what might take place during thisnight which approached so menacingly--for large masses of cloudrolled over the face of the sky, and distant lightning announceda storm.
6.  There was no longer a doubt that Felton was convinced; Felton washers. If an angel appeared to that young man as an accuser ofMilady, he would take him, in the mental disposition in which henow found himself, for a messenger sent by the devil.Milady smiled at this thought, for Felton was now her only hope--her only means of safety.


1.  "Come, monsieur."
2.  "Young man," said Richelieu, "if I shall be able to say toyou at another time what I have said to you today, I promiseyou to do so."
3.  "I am the Chevalier de Rochefort," answered the other, "the equerry ofMonsieur le Cardinal Richelieu, and I have orders to conduct you to hisEminence."
4、  "Monsieur Cardinal, you know that I do not like worldlypleasures."
5、  "You are stupid, friend Porthos. Why should we loadourselves with a useless burden?"




  • 张志清 08-03

      Mme. Bonacieux kissed the hands of the queen, concealed the paperin the bosom of her dress, and disappeared with the lightness ofa bird.

  • 刘瑞 08-03

      Many a time, nevertheless, during the evening she despaired offate and of herself. She did not invoke God, we very well know,but she had faith in the genius of evil--that immense sovereigntywhich reigns in all the details of human life, and by which, asin the Arabian fable, a single pomegranate seed is sufficient toreconstruct a ruined world.

  • 马娅舒 08-03

       Felton remained standing, motionless and undecided."He still doubts," thought Milady; "I have not been earnestenough."

  • 艾冬云 08-03

      As he gained the top of the Rue Guenegaud, he saw two personscoming out of the Rue Dauphine whose appearance very much struckhim. Of the two persons who composed this group, one was a manand the other a woman. The woman had the outline of Mme.Bonacieux; the man resembled Aramis so much as to be mistaken forhim.

  • 李木发 08-02

    {  At this speech of Aramis, the brow of Athos became clouded and hebit his lips.

  • 黛安芬 08-01

      "Well, then, we will put simply, My Lord, do you remember acertain little enclosure where your life was spared?""My dear D'Artagnan, you will never make anything but a verybad secretary. Where your life was spared! For shame!that's unworthy. A man of spirit is not to be reminded ofsuch services. A benefit reproached is an offensecommitted."}

  • 武野武 08-01

      "I do not like to disturb those who pray, madame," said Felton,seriously; "do not disturb yourself on my account, I beseechyou."

  • 张文龙 08-01

      Milady saw the trouble. She felt by intuition the flame of theopposing passions which burned with the blood in the veins of theyoung fanatic. As a skillful general, seeing the enemy ready tosurrender, marches toward him with a cry of victory, she rose,beautiful as an antique priestess, inspired like a Christianvirgin, her arms extended, her throat uncovered, her hairdisheveled, holding with one hand her robe modestly drawn overher breast, her look illumined by that fire which had alreadycreated such disorder in the veins of the young Puritan, and wenttoward him, crying out with a vehement air, and in her melodiousvoice, to which on this occasion she communicated a terribleenergy:

  • 邵克云 07-31

       "They are below, sire, and with your permission La Chesnaye willbid them come up."

  • 尼古拉斯·马杜罗 07-29

    {  "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?"

  • 许静 07-29

      As nine o'clock sounded, D'Artagnan was at the Place Royale.It was evident that the servants who waited in theantechamber were warned, for as soon as D'Artagnan appeared,before even he had asked if Milady were visible, one of themran to announce him.