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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I am not to blame for having tried every means to compressit," said Planchet.
2.  "Ah, my faith, yes!" said Porthos and D'Artagnan, at thesame time; "we are coming nearer to it now."
3.  "That does not prevent," replied Milady, softening her smile so as togive it an angelic expression, "my being alone or being persecuted.""Hear me," said the novice; "we must trust in heaven. There alwayscomes a moment when the good you have done pleads your cause before God;and see, perhaps it is a happiness for you, humble and powerless as Iam, that you have met with me, for if I leave this place, well-I havepowerful friends, who, after having exerted themselves on my account,may also exert themselves for you."
4.  Lord de Winter believed he spoke in this manner to soothe the grief ofD'Artagnan.
5.  "Pardon, monsieur; pity! In the name of that young lady youlove, and whom you perhaps believe dead but who is not!"cried the bandit, throwing himself upon his knees andleaning upon his hand--for he began to lose his strengthwith his blood.
6.  As long as he was in the city, Planchet kept at the respectfuldistance he had imposed upon himself; but as soon as the roadbegan to be more lonely and dark, he drew softly nearer, so thatwhen they entered the Bois de Boulogne he found himself ridingquite naturally side by side with his master. In fact, we mustnot dissemble that the oscillation of the tall trees and thereflection of the moon in the dark underwood gave him seriousuneasiness. D'Artagnan could not help perceiving that somethingmore than usual was passing in the mind of his lackey and said,"Well, Monsieur Planchet, what is the matter with us now?""Don't you think, monsieur, that woods are like churches?""How so, Planchet?"


1.  The officer desired to have Milady's packages pointed out to him,and ordered them to be placed in the boat. When this operationwas complete, he invited her to descend by offering her his hand.Milady looked at this man, and hesitated. "Who are you, sir,"asked she, "who has the kindness to trouble yourself soparticularly on my account?"
2.  "I don't think they can be in need of any. We left Paris, eachwith seventy-five pistoles in his pocket."
3.  "What ones?"
4.  "A name? Have you a name, then?"
5.  "Your Lordship does me much honor," said the host, "and I thankyou sincerely for your kind wish."
6.  Whether Porthos understood him or did not understand him, givingway to his anger, "Monsieur," said he, "you stand a chance ofgetting chastised if you rub Musketeers in this fashion.""Chastised, Monsieur!" said D'Artagnan, "the expression isstrong."


1.  "That's it!" said D'Artagnan, "I had forgotten that he was only aMusketeer for a time."
2.  "That is true, but we then only risked our pistoles; thistime we risk our blood. One plays with anybody; but onefights only with equals."
3.  "Only I concealed a glass of water, which remained after mybreakfast, thirst having been the chief of my sufferings when Iremained forty-eight hours without eating or drinking."The day passed away without having any other influence on methan to strengthen the resolution I had formed; only I took carethat my face should not betray the thoughts of my heart, for Ihad no doubt I was watched. Several times, even, I felt a smileon my lips. Felton, I dare not tell you at what idea I smiled;you would hold me in horror--"
4.  "You?"
5.   "My dear Athos," said Aramis, "you speak like Nestor, whowas, as everyone knows, the wisest among the Greeks.""Well, then," said Athos, "it is agreed. Planchet and Bazinshall go. Everything considered, I am not sorry to retainGrimaud; he is accustomed to my ways, and I am particular.Yesterday's affair must have shaken him a little; his voyagewould upset him quite."
6.  "Three hundred pistoles."


1.  "Oh, delightful! In this way we shall not be separated for an instant.""Well, go down to her, then, to make your request. I feel my head alittle confused; I will take a turn in the garden.""Go and where shall I find you?"
2.  "Yes."
3.  "Young man," said he to D'Artagnan, "a suggestion.""What?"
4、  "I am sure of it."
5、  "Sire," said the queen, "I can send for them to the Louvre, wherethey are, and thus your Majesty's wishes will be complied with.""Do so, madame, do so, and that at once; for within an hour theballet will commence."




  • 刘玉翠 08-14

      "If there is a third shot," said he to himself, "I am a lostman."

  • 祝志刚 08-14

      "That is true," said the duke; "and it is to this person I ambound to discharge my debt of gratitude."

  • 阎炳武 08-14

       M. de Treville received him as if he had seen him that samemorning; only, when pressing his hand a little more warmly thanusual, he informed him that the company of Dessessart was on dutyat the Louvre, and that he might repair at once to his post.

  • 万崇伟 08-14

      "I don't know; the secret has been well kept."

  • 华野 08-13

    {  "Oh, when I said I was alone," said Milady, hoping to make the novicetalk by talking of herself, "it is not for want of friends in highplaces; but these friends themselves tremble before the cardinal. Thequeen herself does not dare to oppose the terrible minister. I haveproof that her Majesty, notwithstanding her excellent heart, has morethan once been obliged to abandon to the anger of his Eminence personswho had served her."

  • 莫勒尔 08-12

      "Now," said the baron, "look at this woman. She is young; she isbeautiful; she possesses all earthly seductions. Well, she is amonster, who, at twenty-five years of age, has been guilty of asmany crimes as you could read of in a year in the archives of ourtribunals. Her voice prejudices her hearers in her favor; herbeauty serves as a bait to her victims; her body even pays whatshe promises--I must do her that justice. She will try to seduceyou, perhaps she will try to kill you. I have extricated youfrom misery, Felton; I have caused you to be named lieutenant; Ionce saved your life, you know on what occasion. I am for younot only a protector, but a friend; not only a benefactor, but afather. This woman has come back again into England for thepurpose of conspiring against my life. I hold this serpent in myhands. Well, I call you, and say to you: Friend Felton, John,my child, guard me, and more particularly guard yourself, againstthis woman. Swear, by your hopes of salvation, to keep hersafely for the chastisement she has merited. John Felton, Itrust your word! John Felton, I put faith in your loyalty!""My Lord," said the young officer, summoning to his mildcountenance all the hatred he could find in his heart, "my Lord,I swear all shall be done as you desire."}

  • 张汉文 08-12

      "Ah, my God!" whispered Mme. Bonacieux, "we shall hear no more.""On the contrary," said D'Artagnan, "we shall hear better."D'Artagnan raised the three or four boards which made his chamberanother ear of Dionysius, spread a carpet on the floor, went uponhis knees, and made a sign to Mme. Bonacieux to stoop as he didtoward the opening.

  • 阮经天 08-12

      "No one can be more so, monsieur."

  • 王有宏 08-11

       M. de Treville, after having written the letter, sealed it, andrising, approached the young man in order to give it to him. Butat the very moment when D'Artagnan stretched out his hand toreceive it, M. de Treville was highly astonished to see hisprotege make a sudden spring, become crimson with passion, andrush from the cabinet crying, "S'blood, he shall not escape methis time!"

  • 熊正芳 08-09

    {  "All that could be required of me. Order; I am ready.""For everything?"

  • 埃辛 08-09

      Mousqueton was a Norman, whose pacific name of Boniface hismaster had changed into the infinitely more sonorous name ofMousqueton. He had entered the service of Porthos upon conditionthat he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsomemanner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated toan employment which would provide for his other wants. Porthosagreed to the bargain; the thing suited him wonderfully well. Hehad doublets cut out of his old clothes and cast-off cloaks forMousqueton, and thanks to a very intelligent tailor, who made hisclothes look as good as new by turning them, and whose wife wassuspected of wishing to make Porthos descend from hisaristocratic habits, Mousqueton made a very good figure whenattending on his master.