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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "When you went to fetch your wife from the Louvre, did you alwaysreturn directly home?"
2.  "Do not hurry yourself, monsieur, lest it be observed that we goout together. You must be aware that for our undertaking,company would be in the way."
3.  "For me?" said Derogation, seizing the letter.
4.  The Musketeers advanced, bowing, D'Artagnan following closelybehind them.
5.  However ill the king might sleep, M. de Treville slept stillworse. He had ordered his three Musketeers and their companionto be with him at half past six in the morning. He took themwith him, without encouraging them or promising them anything,and without concealing from them that their luck, and even hisown, depended upon the cast of the dice.
6.  "Admirable!" replied the young men in chorus.


1.  "Have you any chamber on the ground floor where thesegentlemen can wait near a good fire?" said the cardinal.The host opened the door of a large room, in which an oldstove had just been replaced by a large and excellentchimney.
2.  "You are right, Mr. Jackson," replied Buckingham. "He will say,in that case, to the king that I am determined on war, and thatthis measure is my first act of hostility against France."The secretary bowed and retired.
3.  Then all his suspicions were confirmed; the road by which the carriagehad disappeared encircled the forest. Athos followed the road for sometime, his eyes fixed upon the ground; slight stains of blood, which camefrom the wound inflicted upon the man who accompanied the carriage as acourier, or from one of the horses, dotted the road. At the end ofthree-quarters of a league, within fifty paces of Festubert, a largerbloodstain appeared; the ground was trampled by horses. Between theforest and this accursed spot, a little behind the trampled ground, wasthe same track of small feet as in the garden; the carriage had stoppedhere. At this spot Milady had come out of the wood, and entered thecarriage.
4.  "At least you don't speak well of him."
5.  The couple, then, although they had not seen each other for eightdays, and during that time serious events had taken place inwhich both were concerned, accosted each other with a degree ofpreoccupation. Nevertheless, Bonacieux manifested real joy, andadvanced toward his wife with open arms. Madame Bonacieuxpresented her cheek to him.
6.  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.


1.  He was thinking of Mme. Bonacieux. For an apprentice Musketeerthe young woman was almost an ideal of love. Pretty, mysterious,initiated in almost all the secrets of the court, which reflectedsuch a charming gravity over her pleasing features, it might besurmised that she was not wholly unmoved; and this is anirresistible charm to novices in love. Moreover, D'Artagnan haddelivered her from the hands of the demons who wished to searchand ill treat her; and this important service had establishedbetween them one of those sentiments of gratitude which so easilyassume a more tender character.
2.  "What, he had done you the honor to remain here?""Yes, monsieur, in this house; and we are even a little uneasy--""On what account?"
3.  "And you, what have you done, Monsieur Porthos?"
4.  D'Artagnan related to Athos all that had passed at thechurch between Porthos and the procurator's wife, and howtheir comrade was probably by that time in a fair way to beequipped.
5.   On the evening of the day after the arrest of poor Bonacieux, asAthos had just left D'Artagnan to report at M. de Treville's, asnine o'clock had just struck, and as Planchet, who had not yetmade the bed, was beginning his task, a knocking was heard at thestreet door. The door was instantly opened and shut; someone wastaken in the mousetrap.
6.  "I have as much. With a thousand pistoles one may face everything.Empty your pockets."


1.  "Prodigiously," replied Athos in the name of himself and his comrades.
2.  "I shall entertain, whatever may happen," said D'Artagnan,placing his hand upon his breast and bowing, "an eternalgratitude toward your Eminence for that which you now do forme."
3.  Felton uttered a cry, and rushed toward her. He was too late;Milady had stabbed herself.
4、  We must confess these three strange names struck us; and itimmediately occurred to us that they were but pseudonyms, underwhich D'Artagnan had disguised names perhaps illustrious, or elsethat the bearers of these borrowed names had themselves chosenthem on the day in which, from caprice, discontent, or want offortune, they had donned the simple Musketeer's uniform.>From the moment we had no rest till we could find some trace incontemporary works of these extraordinary names which had sostrongly awakened our curiosity.
5、  "Let him come in, then!" said the cardinal, quickly.The officer sprang out of the apartment with that alacrity whichall the servants of the cardinal displayed in obeying him."To your Eminence!" murmured Bonacieux, rolling his eyes round inastonishment.




  • 刘元春 08-10

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

  • 贵?我 08-10

      "Do not exaggerate the service I have the happiness to renderyour Majesty. I have nothing to save for your Majesty; you areonly the victim of perfidious plots."

  • 王欢乔 08-10

       "If you are determined," said Athos, "do so."

  • 林晓培 08-10

      "Three of the king's Musketeers. Do you know Monsieur deTreville, their captain?"

  • 杨成志 08-09

    {  A half hour afterward, D'Artagnan returned with the twothousand livres, and without having met with any accident.It was thus Athos found at home resources which he did notexpect.

  • 宋磊彭 08-08

      "Avenge me of that infamous De Wardes," said Milady, betweenher teeth, "and I shall soon know how to get rid of you--youdouble idiot, you animated sword blade!"}

  • 查尔顿 08-08

      Milady, being well prepared for the reception of Felton, was ableto erect her batteries for the next day. She knew she had onlytwo days left; that when once the order was signed by Buckingham--and Buckingham would sign it the more readily from its bearing afalse name, and he could not, therefore, recognize the woman inquestion--once this order was signed, we say, the baron wouldmake her embark immediately, and she knew very well that womencondemned to exile employ arms much less powerful in theirseductions than the pretendedly virtuous woman whose beauty islighted by the sun of the world, whose style the voice of fashionlauds, and whom a halo of aristocracy gilds with enchantingsplendors. To be a woman condemned to a painful and disgracefulpunishment is no impediment to beauty, but it is an obstacle tothe recovery of power. Like all persons of real genius, Miladyknew what suited her nature and her means. Poverty was repugnantto her; degradation took away two-thirds of her greatness.Milady was only a queen while among queens. The pleasure ofsatisfied pride was necessary to her domination. To commandinferior beings was rather a humiliation than a pleasure for her.She should certainly return from her exile--she did not doubtthat a single instant; but how long might this exile last? Foran active, ambitious nature, like that of Milady, days not spentin climbing are inauspicious days. What word, then, can be foundto describe the days which they occupy in descending? To lose ayear, two years, three years, is to talk of an eternity; toreturn after the death or disgrace of the cardinal, perhaps; toreturn when D'Artagnan and his friends, happy and triumphant,should have received from the queen the reward they had wellacquired by the services they had rendered her--these weredevouring ideas that a woman like Milady could not endure. Forthe rest, the storm which raged within her doubled her strength,and she would have burst the walls of her prison if her body hadbeen able to take for a single instant the proportions of hermind.

  • 李东楼 08-08

      One day, when he had an appointment with a duchess, he endeavoredeven to borrow it of Athos. Athos, without saying anything,emptied his pockets, got together all his jewels, purses,aiguillettes, and gold chains, and offered them all to Porthos;but as to the sword, he said it was sealed to its place andshould never quit it until its master should himself quit hislodgings. In addition to the sword, there was a portraitrepresenting a nobleman of the time of Henry III, dressed withthe greatest elegance, and who wore the Order of the Holy Ghost;and this portrait had certain resemblances of lines with Athos,certain family likenesses which indicated that this great noble,a knight of the Order of the King, was his ancestor.Besides these, a casket of magnificent goldwork, with the samearms as the sword and the portrait, formed a middle ornament tothe mantelpiece, and assorted badly with the rest of thefurniture. Athos always carried the key of this coffer abouthim; but he one day opened it before Porthos, and Porthos wasconvinced that this coffer contained nothing but letters andpapers--love letters and family papers, no doubt.Porthos lived in an apartment, large in size and of verysumptuous appearance, in the Rue du Vieux-Colombier. Every timehe passed with a friend before his windows, at one of whichMousqueton was sure to be placed in full livery, Porthos raisedhis head and his hand, and said, "That is my abode!" But he wasnever to be found at home; he never invited anybody to go up withhim, and no one could form an idea of what his sumptuousapartment contained in the shape of real riches.

  • 李鹤刚 08-07

       Unfortunately Porthos knew nothing of the life of his silentcompanion but what revealed itself. It was said Athos had metwith great crosses in love, and that a frightful treachery hadforever poisoned the life of this gallant man. What could thistreachery be? All the world was ignorant of it.

  • 戈迪鲁 08-05

    {  "Yes, monsieur, you are right," said the host. "But, hark, hark!There he is!"

  • 和一菲 08-05

      At midnight great cries and loud acclamations were heard. It wasthe king, who was passing through the streets which led from theLouvre to the Hotel de Ville, and which were all illuminated withcolored lanterns.